Friday, August 16, 2013

My favorite arrangement



Floral.  A theme that most bloggers would have a million photos for.  Hmmm.  Which to choose?  But it is Random 5 Friday along with the August break.  So I decided to pick a flower photo with something to talk about.  Here are 5 random facts about getting married in Jamaica man. 

1)  You don't have to pay for exotic flower arrangements to adorn your table.  The flowers are growing naturally every where.  Nice.

2)  I'm no longer a spinster.  That's what they wrote as my pre-marital status on our marriage licence. Ha!

3)  Bikinis are acceptable wedding attire.  This is cool in my book.

4) Immediately after getting married you can go catamaraning.  At least that is what we did.  

5)  You can get married in sunglasses if you want to!

P.S.  Can you tell I don't buy into wedding formality? 

Tomorrow the theme is touch.  And I've picked a cute one.  So don't forget to touch base.

13 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Sounds like a lovely wedding! Seriously, though, they wrote spinster?!?

Mary said...

Wow! Spinster. Yeesh.. I thought that went out around 1850 man.

And i dig those sunglasses! Fabulous wedding attire.

Lynn said...

I had friends marry in Mexico, Bahamas and Seychelles always seemed like the best weddings (I didn't attend) but the stories were something like your 5. :-) Spinster such a strange word.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

i think you can get married in anything you wish, etc. etc. whatever ... if you & the groom make the decision that is is cool & that is what you like (love) it is all good. more power to ya!! ( :

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

Sounds like a fun and lovely wedding! The important thing is for the bride and groom to enjoy themselves. Love the sunglasses!

Hilary said...

I'll it was the most fun wedding your guests ever attended. Hopefully it was the most fun wedding YOU ever attended. ;)

Nancy said...

Hmm Spinster. I must google that.

We were wed in Lost Wages in tshirts and jeans. :)

Enie Dub said...

Here in Ireland they write spinster on your cert too!!

My husband got referred to as a bachelor - which seems much better, like he was out sowing his wild oats until he finally got round to saving me from spinsterhood!!

W. Latane Barton said...

Sharon, you sure are a young looking spinster. I thought that term referred to a woman who had been waiting years to get married... you were gorgeous, that is, if that is your and hubbys pic on your post.

DJan said...

What a pretty picture! I love the scene, the sunglasses, the flowers! :-)

Caren Gittleman said...

wonderful and somewhat hilarious photo! And beautiful at the same time :)

john milton said...

Seychelles always seemed like the best weddings (I didn't attend) but the stories were something like your Challenge coins

Teri and the cats of Curlz and Swirlz said...

Lovely photo...reminded me of my hippy dippy Summer of Love 2000 wedding...Far Out, Man!