From yesterday’s communing with seals to today’s ‘sealing the knot’ – Pembrokeshire’s beaches certainly provided us with plenty of interest. It was our last afternoon and we had been lounging for an hour or so on Newport Sands, soaking up the last of the Indian Summer sunshine, an activity we rarely go in for, when the urge to have a seaside ice cream came upon us. As we headed for the cafe behind the beach, we bumped into this couple who had just got married. They and their dog were going down to the sea to make their wedding film. It made us a smile and smile and we wished them our very best good luck wishes.
*marriage lines another term for a marriage certificate – Collins English Dictionary
27 thoughts on “Marriage Lines*”
You learn something new every day. Now I will be asking guys for their marriage lines
A marriage to span the sands of time,
To reminisce upon the time of sand,
Each their own yet each is mine,
Let’s walk and smile – come, take my hand.
Thank you for that, Ark. A fine caption.
awwww . . heart warming lines
although goodness know how much sand she ended up with in her dress!!!
to tumble out, years hence…aaah!
bet they were giggling later!!
It must be the romantic in us. I too always smile when I stumble across a wedding. How can one resist a happy event? 🙂
It was indeed a lovely scene to end a spell at the beach.
Thank you, Kendall.
Splendid Tish – any paw marks on the dress? 🙂
When they first arrived, the dog was wearing a garland round its collar, but once set free – it just went dancing.
And the exuberant dog adds even more joy to the event!
It was SO excited. And so yes, it provided the commentary: happy, happy, happy.
The practical in me did worry for her dress, but then I smiled too. It’s only to be worn for a day, isn’t it? 🙂 🙂
It was nice short sand too and staying on the beach 🙂
Another lovely and unusual post for the challenge.
Thank you, Jude. It was a nice moment.
My first thought was, ‘why doesn’t she, or he, pick up her train? 🙂
Oh, yes, how beautiful and such photos by the sea. Hope and happiness is good to share.
Hear, hear to that on the sharing front.