Post # 1
I LOVE them! I feel like they perfectly show the absolute best day of my life.
Our chuppah and pre-ceremony setup
My handsome husband 🙂
Kiddush cup and marriage license (we still had our ketubah)
Lobster, our ringbearer 🙂
My bouquet made from my favorite book.
My lovely maid of honor and bridesmaid!
Circling. As you can see, our entire bridal party was under our chuppah with us. It was kind of crowded, but fantastic to be so close to loved ones.
My husband Rick Rolled me as part of his vows, thus the laugh.
My mom giving her speech.
We cut the cake with a sword.
My father-daughter dance was In My Life, followed by Gangnam Style.
I couldn’t quite keep it together 🙂
Post # 3
AWESOME!!!! what a beautiful wedding. you look gorgeous. and the two of you look so happy together <3
Post # 4
Beautiful! I love the Brown Palace, I go there for High Tea once a month. 😛
Post # 5
Awesome pics!! Everything looked amazing- congrats:)
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
Just in case you don’t know already, you are seriously pretty. Congratulations.
Post # 7
@Scheherazade: It’s my favorite place in the world! I was so excited to get married there.
Post # 8
MAZAL TOV! what a beautiful, elegant affair! I don’t normally like paper flowers, but your book bouquet is so unique and awesome! And I love your dog’s name. Congratulations on a beautiful wedding!
Post # 9
Beautiful! You look gorgeous! I love the unique vibe of your wedding and that book bouquet? Umm ya…amazing.
Post # 10
@bboot: you had a very timeless you to you. beautiful!
Post # 11
That venue looks pretty! And your cake is GORGEOUS. What is a ketubah?
Post # 12
I love your dress! The whole wedding has such a lovely Victorian vibe to it. Very classic and beautiful!
Post # 13
Beautiful! I love your chuppah and how the guests were seated all around you! I also adore your ring bearer! Our dogs were part of our ceremony as well….so I have a soft spot. Congrats! 🙂
Post # 14
RICK ROLLED during your ceremony!?!?! HAhahahaha that’s hilarious.
Beautiful wedding, congratulations!!
Post # 15
@mnp: Thank you!
@Liss13: Thanks! A ketubah is a Jewish marriage contract that’s usually very artistic. We had ours with us most of the time before the ceremony so we could sign it with the rabbi.
@StarryNight2011: I couldn’t imagine not including my dog! It went better than expected too, he behaved very well haha.
@jny1179: Apparently my husband had been planning it for almost a year and somehow managed to keep it a secret. The younger crowd (and those savvy with the internet) absolutely loved it. Thank you!
Post # 16
Nice pics. Looked like it was a really beautiful day! Congrats!