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My Whimsical Wedding post.

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My newest wordlesswordful Wednesday obsession - all things wedding. I'm attending to the details as it comes down to the wire.

Countdown - eighteen more days until my 10-10-10 wedding (phew). Sweet biscuits! It's been a loooong ten month engagement, and finally it's almost here. I am extremely excited!

Here are a few teasers for all you wedding/picture fanatics (like me).


Wedding ring

Veil and dress detail, to the left is the flower girl's hair wreath

Cake top doves in the background of the flower girl basket

Toasting glasses and shoes in the background



The magnitude of this wedding is definitely a dream come true for me. I haven't been too bridezilla(ish). I think? I will be working with my future mom, Sue, this week on the table and Church decorations. We did the shopping last weekend and it was fun, fun, fun. I don't know if I mentioned how wonderful this family is. How helpful, loving, and kind. I am very, very blessed and couldn't ask for more than I have recieved to be included and accepted so lovingly.

Truth is; the surprising divorce Jason went through with his ex was very hard on all of them, and it wasn't easy opening their heart again to a new person. It wasn't easy trusting that he wouldn't get his heart broken again, but trust they did to welcome me, and Sydney with open arms. I am eternally grateful for that.

I hope you all don't get sick of me and my scrabbled egg wedding brain. In mid-October, I will be back to normal (?), or at least more normal blog posts, like more writing and stuff. HA.

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