This is the last week of weddings at Kelly’s Korner, and get ready, because this one has tons of pictures. Looking back at all of the pictures from our wedding and honeymoon has reminded me of a lot of things I had forgotten. I think I’m going to write a post about all of the goings-on that week – there are a lot of funny stories!
Our reception was held at the same place as our wedding, which was at the Robbins Nest in Statesboro. Lucky for us, Denny’s aunt owns the place, and she’s a photographer too.
Our first dance
I love this picture!
Denny’s sister caught the bouquet and her fiance caught the garter. They really were the next to tie the knot – they got married 3 months later!
Our beautiful cake – I LOVED it!
Then we were off to our honeymoon in Jamaica!
Looking down on the Georgia wildfires from 32,000 feet.
Our first taste of Jamiacan Rum Punch!
The view from our room
The left side of the resort
The right side – it was too big to get it all in one shot.
Horseback riding in the mountains.
Even the rivers in Jamaica are crystal clear!
On our way to dinner at the resort’s French restaurant.
We had our picture taken with Bob Marley.
The resort’s romantic little Italian restaurant.
The nude beach – thank goodness it was far away so we couldn’t see the people there. And no, we did not go.
Such a neat picture on our last evening there.
We loved Byron! He called Denny Mr. John Deere every time he saw him since he was wearing a JD shirt when we got there. He was such a happy, sweet guy!
A fabulous way to spend the last morning of our trip.
These next pictures were all taken with a waterproof camera so they aren’t the best quality. Sorry!
Riding a waterbike.
We climbed up a waterfall!
And went snorkeling!
In case you are wondering, we stayed at the Couples Resort Ocho Rios. They’ve changed the name since then to Couples Tower Isle. If you are planning to go to Jamaica, I highly recommend this place. The people there are so nice and friendly and they wait on you hand and foot with a smile on their face always. The food is amazing, there is always something to do, and there is so much fun to be had. We hope to go back someday soon!