The last post of some of our wedding pictures!! It was so fun to go through them all and I hope you enjoyed scrolling through them! As you can probably tell as the night goes on my hair slowly falls a part cause it was so so hot and humid and we were dancing and just having the best time ever, so it was totally worth it!

I'll say it again and again, we are so lucky to have been able to have such a beautiful celebration of our marriage and are so thankful to everyone who made it possible and who came and enjoyed the day with us.


My cousin and my brother were the most fab MCs ever :)

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How gorgeous was my veil!?!?! My mama made it for me and is my favourite piece ever.

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THEY'RE HERE THEY'RE HERE!!! We got our wedding pictures back last night so be ware, the next 3 or so posts will be jam packed with wedding pictures because I feel like I'm reliving the day all over again and the memories are just so wonderful and our photographer just did such an incredible job! You can check out her website here!

The first installment of pictures are our before the ceremony pictures!

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WEEEEEE I'm so excited to share more as I go through them, there's over 600!!! I'm so so happy with how they turned out and looking at the pictures of Kyle and I together just makes my heart explode!!!! and our wedding party was just the absolute best I'm so so so blessed to call these people our friends and our supporters. We are so blessed. Ok. I'm done.

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Our Wedding Day... A Run Down

Our wedding day was blissful, hectic, tearful, and a hell of a good time. It was slightly stressful until the ceremony actually began, because the whole week before we spent creating our venue. We had our whole wedding, ceremony and reception, at Kyle's childhood home where is parents still live. It was so so special, but it was a ton of work. His parents spend months working on their gardens, their lawn, building the altar, fixing up their house... the list goes on. I spent months gathering décor pieces, renting equipment, insuring that our vendors were able to do an outdoor wedding out of town in a tent.... again, the list goes on.

That being said, our reception tent wouldn't be delivered until the day before, which meant that we couldn't start decorating until the day before. Once the tent, chairs, tables, dance floor, and linens came in we really got to work. We set all that stuff up in the tent the day before (also the day of the rehearsal dinner), however a lot of the décor couldn't be set up until the day of (flowers, pictures, etc. in case of heat/humidity/rain/etc.) which meant that the morning of my wedding day was spent creating our perfect wedding venue.

So, on the day of (which was 34 degrees Celsius - 93f -, might I add...), we put out potted flowers along the aisle for the ceremony, created our own centerpieces using mason jars and flowers from Costco, hung pictures from twine with clothes pins along the inside wall of the tent, set up the sound system (we didn't have a DJ, we just used an iPod and thus needed to rent a sound system), put out all of our picture frames, guest book, and any other odds and ends that needed to go out. This was really really fun for me, but it was kind of unfortunate that it all had to be done on the day of.

After the set up, I was feeling a bit stretched for time. I had to shower, do my own hair and makeup, and get my large and in charge dress on. We ended up going for pictures before the ceremony because we didn't want to have a long gap between the ceremony and reception. We ended up being 35 minutes late for pictures, but it actually worked out really well. While we were late, the guys got to do their groomsmen pictures, and we didn't have to wait around for them and vice versa. We then did family pictures, wedding party pictures, and then bridesmaid pictures.

After that, we booked it to the ceremony, and hid in the house until we were ready to begin. Unfortunately, right around go-time, a storm started rolling in. I started to freak out and just wanted to get the ceremony done before the rain started! Thankfully, it held off until after the ceremony and after Kyle and I took pictures of just us! It started raining just as we sat down for dinner and stopped shortly after! The ceremony was about 20 minutes long, including the walk down the isle, a bible reading by Kyle's mom, a poem read by my dad, our vows, and signing our marriage licence! It was the perfect length, and my heart was so full the entire time. It was magical.

We had the most incredible dinner ever, we had a home made desert bar, we cut our wedding cake, the speeches began, and then... the dancing.

I can honestly say it was the best night of my life. Kyle and I had the time of our lives dancing with our friends. We felt so special, loved, and supported and that's exactly the way I wanted to feel on my wedding day. Here is the first official/professional picture of our wedding! The rest shouldn't take too much longer, and that my friends will be a long. ass. post. I'm so excited!

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