We are back from the wedding and reception and are pooped. It’s been a busy day and I am happy that I’m about to climb into bed.
The wedding was great. It always brings tears to my eyes to watch people step into holy matrimony. I find myself thinking back to our wedding day and it was so perfect that I can’t imagine what we could do differently to make it any more special.
The bride, Kim, walking down the aisle.
To her groom, Andy, who was waiting anxiously.
After we got in the car after the wedding, I wanted to take a picture of our rings. This is one shot we forgot to get on our wedding day! Boo!
Which, by the way, isn’t the hubs original wedding ring. He lost 20 pounds after we got married and his other titanium ring was way too big! So we bought this new titanium ring when we were in Vegas on a vacation a year and a half ago. And I have to say, I like it better than the original. Another fun fact: My engagement ring is actually the hubs grandmother’s wedding ring. We had my two bands custom made to match. Makes it that much more special to me.
We headed to the reception and sat down with some finger food appetizers first.
Then the wedding party arrived and it was time to eat. I was sure to get a lot of green on my plate since my plate from the graduation party was lacking in the green.
Salad, green beans, potatoes, cheese tortellini, chicken cordon bleu, and beef tenderloin. Oops, can’t forget the roll.
I waited around just to grab some cake. Such a pretty presentation.
The pictures I took of the slice of cake I grabbed weren’t good at all because of the low lighting so you’ll just have to picture a slice of strawberry cake.
Here’s us… not the best picture because we are worn out but it will suffice for now.
We have an extremely early morning ahead of us and another jam-packed day tomorrow. So who knows when I’ll be able to blog. I might be iPhoning it tomorrow morning. I’m hurrying off of here so I can wash my face and climb into bed. A 6:30 wake up call is going to come way too fast! Nite!
What’s your favorite part of a wedding?
I have two: Watching the dad give his daughter away ALWAYS brings tears to my eyes and when the couple is first announced as Mr. and Mrs. to walk back down the aisle to leave. That was such a special moment for our wedding and will never forget doing a little jump and squeal as I turned around, grabbed my bouquet of flowers and my husband’s arm for them to announce our new name! I loved every second.