On day two of the wedding post I will be highlighting the fashion that was part of the big day. We have known for a long time that Paula would fit right into the family but when she said the colors for the wedding were pink and gray, confirmed it for us. I always say, when in doubt, pink is always the right choice. As far as we are concerned the "right" choice has been made all around. I helped Paula with the alterations for her dress, so it was at our house in Kansas City for a couple of weeks. I came upon the idea to embroider the wedding date into the hem of her dress as a surprise. Needless, to say she loved the added special touch. Paula's dress was beautiful and she was a stunner. For the reception she added a pink satin sash with a fabric flower and antique broach in the middle. I am so disappointed that I did not get a good picture of the sash, as it added a fun, yet sophisticated element to the dress for the party. In looking through photos of Ryan for the slide show at the reception, I realized I had been posing him for pictures of his clothes since he was a little boy. So why would that be any different on his wedding day. All I had to say was, I need to take a piccture of your outfit and he struck "the" pose. The entire bridal party wore Toms shoes, the gals wearing gray wedges and the guys black lace ups. What a great looking group the wedding party made. More detail to come.