|Photo credit: Chris Isham Photography
I loved the silhouette, the way it made me feel, the bit of bling on the belt and my simple ribbon edged veil. And the thing I loved the most? The back.
The bow is actually detachable which was fun, and I love all the pictures where you can see the low back of the dress. And while I'm here...can we just talk about how fun my earrings are?! Gotta have some sparkle obviously.
Now y'all know I love my mom. I wrote a whole post about it a couple of days ago and let me just tell you that having her with me every step of the way through planning was the most special. And that includes having her with me in all the morning madness of getting ready. She zipped me up and hooked my bow (a much harder task than it sounds).
She made sure my veil was in place, my hair clip steady.
And had me feeling like cinderella helping me into my shoes. Although truly I don't think I could have gotten them on myself.
Also...doesn't she look beautiful?
I don't want to leave my husband out of all the fun! I don't think he spent his boyhood dreaming of the tux he'd wear on his wedding day, or getting his bow tie tied or cuff links hooked. But he sure looks handsome doesn't he?
While I may not have always imagined what my groom would wear on our wedding day, or how his cufflinks would look. I did imagine what kind of man he would be.
Patient, kind, thoughtful.
Full of joy, makes me laugh, hardworking, the most loving and kind heart.
My husband is all of those things and more. The dapper tux was merely icing on the wedding cake.