Okay, so we figured that since the planning, pictures, moving, packing, unpacking, shopping, wedding, and honeymoon are over that we should post a little something about how amazing the wedding day was. First of all, all of our family got into town the night before the wedding and we had a ton of pizza and palettes in Jamie's family's back yard. It was a blast.
We all went home and as Jamie was walking me out to my car we had this sudden stroke of realization... we were getting married in the morning. Not that we were nervous or regretting our decision; it was just the kind of realization that happens before one gets married I suppose. After convincing each other to take some Benedryl before trying to sleep we were about to get to sleep at a reasonable time.
So, in the morning we both woke up way to early and got ready to head over to the temple. We had to be there at about 10:00 AM and it was an half hour drive up there. I was ready before 8:00. Needless to say I sat around feeling nervous and excited. Finally the time came, the temple was fantastic, we were married at 11:11 AM on July 8th, 2010 (Yes, for those of you realizing the time I did make a wish. It was grand).
We both got ready after that in record time and got ready to take some
pictures of the family. It was a wonderful experience. Our photographer is so much fun. We definitely recommend her to anyone looking to have amazing photos at their wedding.
Afterwards the luncheon was great. We had a ton of food and a lot of fun. Although we couldn't get certain family members to stop taking pictures of us eating. I kept telling them we're not Brad Pitt, we don't look cute eating. See?
It just doesn't work.
After averting disasters with music, time seemed to fly right on by and the reception was underway (I debated for a few minutes about making an underwear comment... but I decided to refrain myself). The reception was amazing! The color scheme was glorious (thanks Jamie), the cake looked fantastic, and most of all Jamie looked AMAZING! Here are some pictures.