Nick's cousin got married this weekend at a fancy golf course south of Indy. After all of the bridesmaids and groomsmen were at the altar, as well as the groom himself, we were left waiting for the bride. For several minutes. The crowd started to rib the groom about getting jilted at the altar.
And then...we heard the clip clop of hooves on the cart path!
She surprised everyone, including her own bridesmaids and husband, by arriving via horse and carriage, which dropped her off at the top of the aisle, right next to that path (the wedding was in a partially covered pavilion on the path).
Afterward, the bride and groom got into the horse and carriage for a loop around the golf course before coming back to the pavilion, where all of the wedding goers lined the cart path on both sides and blew bubbles as the horse went down that gauntlet of people:
Best horse ever, or best horse ever? Nick's family asked if Connor could do that, and I was like "Pull a cart, yes. Pull a cart through two lines of cheering people blowing bubbles? He'd be like 'UH UH, see you later!"
Sorry, little buddy, you're not a candidate for moonlighting as wedding transportation:
|He doesn't look disappointed.|