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We are married! Here are pictures http://wilsonphotographs.blogspot.com/2009/09/kay-andrew-september-26th-2009.html
The wedding costed roughly $5,000 (honeymoon was another 5k). We had 15 guests total, including a 2 year old, 9 mo old, and 1 mo old.
Originally, we planned on having a big wedding with 150-200 guests. FH lost his job earlier this year so we scaled down and put all the moolah our parents gave us (for the wedding) toward credit cards and the mortgage. Yay for generous parents!
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- Wedding: August 2009 - Bernardo Winery
OMG you looked stunning and so so so happy 🙂 Thank you for sharing your pictures.
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You looked absolutely gorgeous! Really liking your shoes.
Love the intimate setting!
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Congratulations – what beautiful shoes!
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COngratulations! YOu looked great! Loved your makeup and your shoes especially. Some great shots!
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Those pictures are so sweet, I love seeing the expressions on your faces at different parts throughout the day!
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What a beautiful and very personal wedding! Congratulations 🙂
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hey, someone else posted pics of your chapel too; the girl who was talking about covering up the cross… was that you? whatever happened with her anyway?
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Congrats, looks wonderful! I’m glad you guys had a good time. Where did you honeymoon?
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Congratulations! You looked so beautiful and your shoes were fabulous! I love how intimate your wedding was.
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love the pics! we are dress twins =)
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Gorgeous! So intimate and seemingly peaceful!
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What a lovely wedding!! I’ve seen pics of your wedding chapel before on here! It’s in a park right??
I love that you kept your guest list to the most important people… It looked like such a wonderful wedding. 🙂
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Congratulations Kay! you look like you had a wonderful wedding!
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@daydreamwanderer – No, it wasn’t me that posted a pic of this chapel. I could never cover up the cross.
@jennifer_espos’s – We went to one of the Sandals on St. Lucia. 99.9% of the guests there are honeymooners.
@krissycake – The dress is actually my second one and I lucked out finding it!! Quick story… I went to my last dress fitting 3 weeks before my wedding. My first dress is this flashy blingy gown by Oleg Cassini with all the works (bead work, pickup, etc). It made me feel a little sad trying it on again because it was meant for the big extravagant soiree we initially thought we’d have. Soooo, I quickly perused the racks and found this dress. It needed *no* alterations. In fact, the whole gown cost less than the alterations of my first gown.