- 6 years ago
- Wedding: September 2011
Work up this morning to an e-mail from my photographer telling me that she’d blogged our photos.
So without further ado, a pro-pic recap!
Bridesmaid’s bouquet & my dress hanging. I’m so glad I spent a day at the local dahlia farm and year before the wedding to pick out my dahlia colors:
My fantastic bouquet:
Putting on my fantastic (and oh so worth the price) shoes:
My dad walking me down the aisle in the super sticky/sink-y mud. I ended up stepping on the front of my dress several times, but I guess getting it dirty right at the beginning meant I could stop caring about getting it dirty!
Up at the front taking it all in. My godfather officiated. Here you can see one of the things that went “wrong” that day. If you look at my MOH’s dress, there’s a little burn mark in the fabric. A last minute trying to steam out the fabric resulted in the iron getting a little too close and burn on the dress. I never saw it and no one told me about it until the next day.
Now for some ceremony pictures:
A few post ceremony pics:
Then we took the yacht club launch from the ceremony site to the reception site with our wedding party. My MIL bought me the shawl when she was on vacation in Turkey:
The clouds/mist on Mt. Battie. I’m so glad the rain held off, and our dinner tent:
The amazing floral arrangements, head table and guest tables. Tables were all named for islands off the Maine coast:
Our escort card netting. Escort cards were hung on fishing type net over nautical maps of the Maine islands the tables were named after. And since we were at a yacht club, the tide chart too:
The amazing arrangements the caterer made, along with the scrumptious food. Mini lobster tostadas:
Our beautiful cake (it’s also SO delicious!) and dancing with my new husband:
Then, my new husband gave me the most amazing surprise. He took the mic from the DJ and told us all to go outside because he had a surprise for me. We gathered outside along the water, to see an amazing fireworks show:
Everything about the wedding was amazing. The day looked VERY iffy weather wise and we had to make a last minute decision to stay outside. I’m so glad we did. Everyone loved the wedding and had a fantastic time.
My photog is going to send me a link to all the photos eventually (800+ images she said!) but this is what I have now.
I really hope you all enjoy. I am so happy with how everything wend, even with some small glitches but nothing to make the night any less amazing!
Thank you bees for all your support of the past year. I plan on sticking around for a while, so hope you don’t mind seeing more photos as I have them!