Geez, that's some contentious commenting down below! To distract you all (and appease that portion of the huddled masses yearning to breathe free who believe a Part 1 should always be followed by a Part 2) I present to you: Part 2.
When we last visited with our heroes, they were making their way to the reception. Where we milled about in the lovely gardens of a pretty little farm and then were ushered hastily under the big tent for dinner with a warning that the storm was coming back. Which it did, with a vengeance. A lights-going-out, buckets-of-rain-pouring-down, hurricane-strength-winds-almost-tipping-the-tent-over, everyone-jumping-up-out-of-their-chairs-and-running-to-the-sides-of-the-tent-to-hold-the-walls-up, caterers-getting-drenched vengeance. There may have been thunder and lightening as well, although it really wasn't necessary to impress us.
But we waited it out, and ate dinner, and the brides' families started speechifying, and lo and behold the sky cleared and there was a massive double rainbow.
I mean really, what more does a wedding day need?
A few more outtakes. Plus the rainbow again, because really, it was just that awesome. Stay tuned for the next installment of WEDDING MADNESS 2010 RECAP, Ecuador edition...