wedding pics continue!
we didn’t see one another until the seven o’clock ceremony.
it was important to both of us to go the traditional route and have our first look when I walked down the aisle.
with that decision, it leaves very little time for photos, but I didn’t care and wouldn’t change that decision for the world.
therefor, most of the days photos are before the wedding, and we only did about 20 minutes or so after the ceremony of pictures so everyone to get to the reception and get the celebration started.
so here are some more pre-wedding pics!
my pre-wedding necessities: oversize flask used as a clutch, and bubbles to fill it with
the boys got ready at a hotel in buckhead
kipper looked so handsome
I love my handsome husband, but the boys pics aren’t nearly as exciting for blog posts, so sorry for going back to the gals…..
the church had the prettiest rooms downstairs for before the ceremony
I loved the girls bridesmaids dresses (and hopefully they did too. of course they said they did, but what else are they going to say?) they were joanna august and bella bridesmaids does a discount for larger bridal parties!
you could wear the sleeve pushed up, or down the shoulder as a cap sleeve for the ceremony.
I also loved that it was a wrap dress, and sizing was S/M/L so it was comfy and alterations only need to be done to the length.
a wrap dress is always nice when you stuff your face with yummy food and can loosen the waist band a little bit….. am I right? PREACH!
the prettiest group of girls ever – they all looked so beautiful!
ceremony pics + reception up next!
In Other Wedding News :
we’ll rehash the bachelorette finale tomorrow,
but that ring.
my lord. huge. so gorgeous.
and the New York Times is saying “Weedings” are the new Wedding Trend.
“The latest wedding trend can only take place (legally) in two states – Colorado and Washington, where the recreational use of marijuana is allowed.
Brides and grooms are starting to incorporate cannabis into a variety of wedding details, from leaves and buds in the bouquet and boutonnieres, to pot brownies as a part of the wedding fare, the reports.
Weed weddings, or “weedings,” as Allison P. Davis of calls them, can incorporate marijuana into the aesthetic details (a mini pot plant as a table setting or favor) and the menu (edibles or infused drinks).
Some brides even offer their guests pre-rolled joints – their point of view is that cannabis is not that different from, or may be less toxic than alcohol,reports.”
SERIOUSLY PEOPLE????? WHAT????? Good Lord.
because this is a total dream wedding ::
ok wait….. a stoned Kitty Foreman would be a welcome guest actually….
yeah…. kitty can stay.