- 6 years ago
- Wedding: May 2012
So, I was having one of my only freak outs since we decided on a Destination Wedding in May. I want to get married outdoors. This has been my dream since I was little so when we booked our venue, I of course, booked an outdoor venue. Well, the thought of rain came into my head. Turns out, last year, on my wedding date and the week surrounding it (Greattt–rainy honeymoon in the mountains!) it rained! So, I got over the rainy honeymoon pretty quickly. Just more of a reason to snuggle up with Fi and family in the cabin and get away from it all. But the ceremony thing…well, they’d move us into their chapel, which is just not my taste. I don’t like it very much at all. I was looking at ceremony pictures on the venue website and realized that it doesn’t matter if I’m getting married in a mine shaft with coal ruining my dress, when I look back on those pictures, I’m still going to smile because I’m marrying my Fi 🙂
When he proposed, at first I was a little upset that he didn’t give me a speech. He just asked “Will you marry me?” and of course I said yes. Then he said he had one all planned out, he just froze in the moment and that’s all that came out. Thinking about our proposal makes me smile like crazy every time.
Anyway, I guess the point of this post is that we all get hung up on wanting it to be perfect, but at the end of the day, we are all going to look back on our weddings with joy, even if it’s not perfect and what we imagined.
Just wanted to share 🙂