Wedding Photos: Ceremony & details

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I love that our photographer got some great shots of the little details of the day. From the handkerchief that was carried by my mom, grandmother and great-grandmother to the special perfume I chose (Miss Dior Absolutely Blooming) to the handmade signs.

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Our ceremony is such a blur in my mind. I was so nervous/excited/happy/trying not to cry that the entire thing feels so foggy. Eric said he feels the same way. We were on our honeymoon and we both admitted we can’t remember all of what was said during the ceremony because we were so nervous.

The bridesmaids and flower girl walked down the aisle to Cannon D and I walked down to the traditional bridal march. Everything went so smoothly. My four-year-old niece rocked it as the flower girl. The whole ceremony probably last about 20 minutes or so. We just did the traditional wedding vows instead of writing our own. Although our pastor was Christian, we had a mostly non-religious and non-denominational ceremony.

Since everything was done in the same venue, we walked out to the bridal recessional and the bridal party took their seats. Then we waited for the pastor to announce us as husband and wife and we walked in and immediately went into our first dance. We chose the song “Sanctuary” from the show Nashville.

It was perfect and I finally shed a few tears of joy and relief that all the pressure was off and we were finally married.

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The final chapter of the wedding recap, the reception, is up next.

 

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