The Pyrates welcome the bride and her father with a traditional crossing of swords.
All the guests got caught up in the piratical theme. Here the minister reads the vows (that Hurricane wrote) in the wooded area of Fort Zachary Taylor.
The crewe stands by as the couple exchanges vows. From left to right, Sir Nigel, Deadly Aim (with her ever present bottle of rum - used for medicinal purposes only mind you), Hurricane and Diosa. The four of us had a great time.
At the reception, The Pyrates perform one of the many songs in their repertoire. It was definitely a hot time in the old town that night. The guests were fabulous, added by liberal libations served up by the rum wench, Deadly Aim.
Sir Nigel takes a solo with his hilarious "Being a Pirate" song... The crowd really got into it and he's such a natural ham that he should have been on the buffet table rather than booked to entertain.
Shouldn't be leaving those cameras on the tables. Hurricane is caught in the act stealing the silver(ware) again. You can dress him up - just can't take him anywhere with valuables. At least he didn't try to run off with the bride this time.