Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Wedding Wednesday: Ceremony

Last week (maybe the week before, my weeks are smushing together!) I posted my getting ready and portraits photos from my wedding. This week I am very excited to share my ceremony ones, because I think they reflect just how beautiful the day was and how I really got exactly what I had imagined for my wedding! A gorgeous ceremony in my childhood church surrounded by my favorite colors and our family and friends! So here we go!


Love this shot of the moms!




My girls:
I was told she did this her entire walk down the aisle!




Best part of the ceremony? The end where my little flower girl flower bombed the aisle because she forgot to throw the petals!

My dad and I have a special relationship. We butt heads A LOT because we are the exact same person! So I was excited to have him wait until our walk to see e for the first time. 




Jimmy sees us for the first time. 


Wasn't sure if he would tear up since he saw me earlier but he did! Aww!


Helping me up because my dress was so frilly I was scared I'd trip!



So blessed that my grandma was able to do a reading for the ceremony. She's a devout Catholic so I knew it meant a lot to her!


So the coordinator told us the priest would tell the girls and guys when to come up to the altar. Well.... he DIDN'T so this would be me telling them to come up!




Our Vows




HUSBAND AND WIFE!



 One big happy family!


 My brother would be my favorite part of this picture. 

Focus on the flower girl's face in these next three! Cracks me up every time!




<3

Sorry for the flow of photos, but it's just too hard to decide which ones to share! I know I'm like every other bride out there but I can't help but keep staring at all of these photos with a smile so big it almost hurts. 
Linking up with Shanna and Kristyn!


PS. I will always remember today and look back and think about exactly where I was on that Tuesday morning. It gives me goosebumps every year when I look at my class and realize they weren't even born yet! Grateful that I live in country where I can celebrate my marriage and continue living my life without living in fear. 

3 comments:

  1. Ooh these pictures are great! I haven't seen the pictures you posted the other week, so I need to check those out as well.

    Thanks so much for linking up!

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  2. I love the colors and I love these pictures!! It looks like you had a beautiful ceremony!!

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  3. Beautiful! I love the colors and these pictures are fabulous!

    XO Lourdes

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