*Kristian's wedding ring was his grandfather's wedding band. His grandparents were married for over 60 years when his grandfather passed away. Here's the photo of Kristian showing the ring to his grandmother whose husband wore it for 60 years.*
*Kristian kissing his other grandmother. Both of his grandfathers and all of my grandparents have passed away so the two grandmothers were the only grandparents there*
*Getting a hug from my mother in law*
*Kristian finally getting to meet my friend Emily and her husband. Now he can no longer ask "Whose Emily?" whenever her name comes up which has become a running joke between us.* *Me hugging Kristian's uncle whose a Major General and wore his dress uniform to the wedding. We were afraid he wouldn't be able to make it to wedding after he was sent to Haiti for several months for Earthquake relief but fortunately he was sent home right before the wedding.*
I think that eating quickly and then making the rounds to each table to say hello to all the guests worked out well for us. It was very important to greet everyone and thank them for coming and this seemed to be the most effective way to do it. I think that guests really do appreciate it when couples take the time to come and greet them at some point during the wedding.
How did you/are you planning to say hello to guests?