I know it has been a while coming – but I finally am sharing about the wedding. A little disclaimer – there are about a million pictures that I would love to share, but for the sake of simplicity I have forced myself only to post a few of them. A big thanks to Todd Wilson our awesome photographer who did a great job!
It was an amazing time, and I couldn’t have dreamed up a better day. I was very emotional the weeks leading up to the wedding, with all of the excitement and realization about what a big moment the wedding was in our life. I was afraid that I would be crying the whole night, since my emotions were running so high (and I am a “cry when I am happy, cry when I am sad, cry no matter what emotion I am feeling” kinda girl). But the day came and I woke up cool, calm, and collected–thoroughly excited for the moment when the fiance was going to become the husband and we would get to leave the church hand in hand ready to face the world together as a married couple. I also couldn’t wait to celebrate afterwards at the reception with my family and friends.
The church ceremony was beautiful, and we couldn’t have asked for a better priest to conduct the ceremony. He had taken the time to get to know us as a couple and did an amazing job. Our siblings were all involved somehow, which made the wedding even more special to both of us.
The husband and I took a quick detour with our photographer after the ceremony to take out picture in the spot that we got engaged at.
The reception was amazing. We had the reception at the Boston College Club, which is on the 36th floor of the Bank of America building in the financial district of Boston. Since it was a night wedding, we were able to see the sunset and enjoy the lit up skyline once night fell. It was truly a spectacular view, that set the tone for an equally spectacular wedding.
We danced to “Baby I’m Yours” by the Artic Monkeys, a song that fit us just right.
We had trouble cutting the cake…
We spent time with family
And we spent time with friends
And we danced, danced, and danced. It was so much fun!
My only regret of the whole night was that I didn’t get to spend enough time with anyone. I wish I could have sat down and talked to everyone individually for an hour – but of course that wasn’t possible. I felt so lucky and blessed that our family and friends came to celebrate, and it made me realize what a lucky girl I am – and what a lucky couple the husband and I are to have so many amazing people in our lives. Thank you to everyone who celebrated with us.