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We got married on the 6th of April 2013. It was such a perfect day! Everything was perfect except for a few things towards the end of the night but thats a story for another post! We had 70 people and all up it cost $3000 nz dollars
We got married at my parents farm on the front lawn. The weather was perfect! I belarly slept more than an hour the night before but I needed to be up early anyway! We set up all the hay bales for people to sit on and then started getting ready. I had my two little sisters as co-maids of honar and my best friend from america as bridesmaid. my two little brothers were ring bearer and page boy and my little sister and neice were flowergirls. My husband( I love that!) had his best friend as best man.
My new sister in law did my makeup and my friend did my hair. We had made everything ourselfs from the invites, programs,tears of joys packets, to the centre peices, favors and wedding cake! We did the food for everyone, and just hired people to serve it up. We had a ice cream sundae bar which went down a hit!
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very nice. congratulations!!
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Beautiful!! I love your dress !
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Ohhhh how beautiful! Love the pics with the horse…..I am a huge animal lover!!
We had a Destination Wedding and couldn’t have our doggies part of our pics and I wish we could have! Those pics are so sweet!
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So pretty! I love the setting of your wedding – especially how you could see the horses in the background of your ceremony!
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Absolutely lovely! Many wishes for a future filled with happiness!
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- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
Love the filter on the photos!
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what a gorgeous backdrop!! congrats!!
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Congrats!! Looks gorgeous! My hubby’s Kiwi and I love NZ.
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Congrats – looks amazing! And the horse is so adorable 🙂
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@kiwichick15: I love your pictures … Congrats on such a lovely, intimate wedding! I love how happy you look in the picture with your mom (I’m assuming it’s your mom). I also adore the picture with the horse.
Thanks for sharing!