Long distance wedding planning
Where oh where?
There’s a place for us
Hitting the ground running
We’re not going to the chapel
How to plan a wedding in two weeks
Wedding vendor creeping
Catering, food, and such
Music, lighting, and all that jazz
Does your wedding have a vision?
How Facebook helped plan our wedding, part I
Ikea, home of moderately priced Swedish goods
Ring ching ching
If you wanna be my lover, gotta get with my friends
Rain, rain go away
Would not a rose by any other name still smell as sweet?
Building our ceremony
What we didn’t do
Gifts & showers
So you didn’t buy your invites before your STDs?
STDs and later envy
Our invitation suite
My crazy wedding project
How to actually make the pocketfolds
A blessing in disguise
How to actually make the programs
Oh wait, you need to put your programs together
Our wedding weekend:
Friday, we rehearsed, relaxed over dinner, and hosted an open house. Wedding morning dawned bright and early, we got prettified, then had our first look. We waited for some guests and headed down the aisle. Our ceremony was short and sweet, we finished our family portraits, and then took some bridal party photos. We were introduced at our reception, ate dinner, raised a few toasts, visited our guests, shared special dances, and didn’t smash our cake. Our married friends enjoyed an anniversary dance, and we embarrassed our single friends. We rounded them up for some group shots then snuck out for some private moments while they danced the night away. We partied til the end, packed up the car, and enjoyed a quiet night in our home. Sunday, we said goodbye over brunch and drove into the sunset to an Outer Banks honeymoon.
Outer Banks honeymoon
Random other wedding posts
Getting hitched in North Carolina
The name change game, NC style
Making your marriage military official
The flip side of wedding planning
Vendor review: the big stuff
Vendor review: the little things
My dry wedding
Our guest man didn’t sign our guest book