Since this blog is a scrapnook of sorts for me I had to continue about our wedding...
Our wedding was awesome. Being sealed to Sean was beyond words. It made me so happy when I looked down the hall of the temple and saw him.
Sean & I went up the canyon the day before to take bridals. I highly recommend that it was so nice not being pressed for time the day of. We didn't get married till 3 which was also great. I didn't fell rushed to get ready and had plenty of time to go get my hair done, etc.
Then to the temple. The lady helping me had never done it before. Lucky I knew enough of what goes on because there was a couple times I had to tell her what we where suppose to do. Like she forgot some of the stuff I was suppose to wear and some of the things I was suppose to say. I wasn't irritated, there has been many a time the nice old ladies in the temple have helped me, I'm glad I could return the favor. She also stepped on my dress as we walked into the sealing room and ripped the button off my dress that held up the train, so I got to carry my train around with me all day.
After we took a few pictures outside with family and just us. Then we ran by the Coppermill to say hi to my older brother Bry who had to work. Then we went to the reception. We really didn't do anything. My family and friends had it all under control. When we got there Carolyn, my best friend, had already decorated everything. It looked way cuter then I had even pictured. She was awesome, so was my family with the food, Karen Steele for letting me use her house and backyard.Thank you!!!
We had no line, which I loved, we just mingled. Later we cut the cake and threw the bouquet. Then upon my Mom's request we opened presents before we left so she could witness it. Then off to Sherwood Hills in Sardine canyon for our honey moon night.
Some of the flowers
Desi Spillett McGee, Allison Tidwell, Me, Melissa Ascroft Miles, Sara Winger Banham, & KrisAnn Palacios