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We spent the better part of a year meticulously planning our wedding, we saved up and took out loans and had help from family but we made sure we had the wedding we wanted. We decided on a garden wedding, it was very intimate and romantic, very simple yet beautiful so I made most of the decorations and did almost all of the work. I put a lot of thought into even the smallest details, like the baskets of goodies in the bathrooms and games for guests to play, I even made coloring books for the kids and had bubbles, everyone loved these things but I think they meant more to me than anyone else. We had planned for the ceremony to be outside in this beautiful garden we found and then the weather turned on us and we couldn’t do it there so we ended up having it in the patio area at the garden and had tents sides up to protect us and our guest from the wind and rain. We included a memorial table in honor of loved ones that had passed away that we wished could’ve been there on our special day. We also planned a paint pouring ceremony to incorporate my artistic nature and have something to share in making, but it didn’t go as planned and I think that added to the specialness of it all. Most of the things we planned didn’t turn out the way we planned them, but I think that was for the best because it turned out even better than I could have ever hoped for, we got to share our love with family and friends and our guest all had fun and enjoyed themselves and now I’m married to my best friend, and that’s the most important thing.
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