Funniest moment? Before we walked down the aisle, we were waiting in a little house across from the church with both parents and grandparents, and both grandparents fell asleep in 2 arm chairs right next to each other, it was too cute!
What were your something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue items? Old: My great, great grandmothers ring; New: Wedding Dress; Borrowed: the ring from my mother since I had to give it back, something blue: my earrings and the ring. We also did a cocktail menu with 5 items: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.
Why do you love your husband? Because he loves me for who I am, and he is always there for me. I also love how close he is to his family and how he values those relationships. I love how much h cares for others even thought he wont admit it.
The most unexpected event on our wedding day was: The crazy gift from my father’s long time friend; all the guys played golf the day before, and he said all our gifts on our registry were silly, so he took the total score of all the rounds of golf (equaling to 395) and gave that to us in all dollars bills CRUMPLED UP ONE BY ONE!!! It took us about 6-8 hours to unravel all of them, and we are still using them for odds and ends!!!
How was your wedding different than the way you’d always imagined it would be? Well it is hard to say, because I always imagined it at some old southern antebellum home. But growing up I always thought my home would be there, and I would have wished that our house would have been devastated in Hurricane Katrina and to loose everything. But it is bring my parents a great retirement home and perfect place to have a backyard wedding. I thought after all the we have gone through, what else to do but celebrate what we have fought back to overcome!
Three adjectives that describe the day are: Exciting, Smooth, Perfect
What advice would you give to someone planning their wedding? Things can always go not how you plan it, but somehow they work out. So don’t sweat he small stuff! In the end, remember it is about you and your husband, not about the table runners, and dresses, and what music has to be played. It is about the rest of your lives together.