I am a HOPELESS romantic and my husband teases me ALL the time that I live in a fairytale la la land…
I believe in true love, and the magic that follows when you put someone’s happiness before your own…
For our honeymoon we went to Paris, and later Disneyland Paris over Christmas and New Years.
It’s been four years (yesterday) since we got married. At the time, I have to admit (and am a little embarrassed to admit) that I valued THINGS that don’t really matter so much now… I *needed* two dresses, one for the church and photos at the Distillery District’s Christmas Market, and one for our waltz to the Nutcracker so that I could sparkle like a snowflake ❄️ 😂 Being winter, naturally I had to have both a poncho and fur coat, high heels, flat dancing shoes, and Ugg boots for in between. I even changed my hair and accessories half way through the party. (Full photos are in my stories - they got cropped out here...) 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙 Why am I sharing this now? I want to teach my daughter that NONE of this material stuff really matters…
Did it change who we were? Or who we have become?
It was one day when it should be about the rest of our lives!
This dance we call marriage is really really hard work! Even harder than performing our second number, “Walking in a Winter Wonderland” with the foxtrot in front of all our friends and family! ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️
P.S. I included some photos of the head table for you to see the feather trees from our studio. Even though I should have hired someone, I actually coordinated and setup the entire venue: from the lobby, to the main room with the help of some amazing/creative friends and family.
Leave a comment below if you went over the top for your wedding and realize now that all that money could have been better spent !!! #shareinourstory