It's weird to write about it! Im not even sure where to begin. I've been in hibernation this entire week soaking in my family. I'm full of nostalgia and in complete bliss.
Cell phone picture.
I cant wait to go through all 1000 photos that my best friends took
because I have yet to do so.
It was the best day ever. Literally. I've never been so happy, nor have I ever witness cameron so happy. It was simply perfect. I loved seeing him so happy, that was my favorite thing about our day, was seeing the most genuine smile on his face and knowing it had a little something to do with me. His smile never faded, nor did mine. It was absolutely and everything i'd imagined-and some.
It was beautiful and everything went incredibly smoothly. We kept to schedule with the exception of the groom arriving 15 mins late-and once again I've never been so unbelievably happy.
My girls were amazing and the cutest ever. Tears were shed and helicopters hovered. (Worst timing ever) It was so surreal to me that I didn't cry until it was just us two in the hotel room later that night.
I feel like we were able to enjoy the moment, but even so, it was the fastest day of my life. We stepped away for ten minutes during the reception to take sunset photos (that I'm oh so excited for) and looking back that was great and so appreciated. We took it in, and we're able to breath and for that time it was just us.
I danced more then I expected (especially for having zero drinks in my system) and tried to mingle with everyone. We were surrounded by the best of company and it truly was a fabulous time. We've heard time and time again this week how it was the best wedding they've ever been to, and I'm not going to disagree.
Along with happiness, our girls! Our girls have never been so happy, so great, and so excited! Ill never forget raygans face as she was watching us dance our first dance, and the way remy was dancing all night long.
We moved to the hotel where more drinks were poured and later the Sherif got called to shut the party down-mind you this was a very small town. Cameron escorted rowdy friends to their rooms and then the rest of the night was ours.
I'm so thankful for the help from everyone! It was quite the production and I'm still basking in it.
I have hundreds of photos to go through thanks to my two crazy friends-and not to mention the photographers photos that will come sooner then later. I can not wait.