April 06, 2016


We met at Starbucks and I had to train him before I left my shift. He did NOT make the best impression on me.

I became smittened and I began enjoying his company. 

He taught me how to love through the good lord's grace

Such a gorgeous photo, yet, we we were trying to figure out how to attach the dress to one of my button in the back.

This was taken after the tiny buttons were finally fastened (it took the MOH, Matron, and a bridesmaid) and this was my wa-la pose. 

We were actually freaking out in this photo because I had to be at the alter in 20 minutes (we still needed to stop at McDonalds to eat too).

At the beginning of the planning, I knew the one dress I wanted. It was a budget wedding so I had to find something under 1.2k. I knew it when I found it (location credited below).

Krista, my wedding photographer made me feel absolutely beautiful. "I love how you keep switching the angles!" 

It was absolute chaos to try and find the groomsmen ensembles. Each piece was from a different retailer. It worked out in the end, as it always does.

This young lady was only three. She was nearly the center of attention this day. I mean, she is modeling and voguing! How adorable is she?! 

This statement necklace was one of my favorite parts of my wedding photos, pictured here is my bridesmaid. The person wearing it you can find here The Something Simple Blog .

I had no clue about flowers at the time, I had a friend who took care of this (who is apart of Poppy and Blush).

I used baggage tags I found from an Ebay vendor. This was used to assign my guests to their table.

My florist from Poppy and Blush made this cake look so beautiful. 
I ate a slice (nothing got in my way).

And...just like that it was over. We started our lives as Mr. and Mrs.

Location : The Odyssey  l Photography : Krista Ashley l Make-up by : Ivonne Alas
Florals : Katie Paine at Poppy and Plush l The Dress : Pebbles Bridal

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