I’m famous, I think

Husband and I  were featured on Disney’s Fairy Tale Honeymoon and Wedding Ever After Blog.  Their blog has a section featuring Real Weddings and Husband and I were chosen as a “real couple” and were apparently interesting enough to get our own post. Woohoo!

You can read all about us here! Really…just click right here. This makes me famous, right?! Famous enough to meet Ellen?!? Or join the cast of Dancing With The Stars?!?! Be honest.

I guess I lied the other day…I know I said I posted my last wedding post, but how can I not share this exciting news!?!?

My only concern is that Disney calls us an “eccentric couple” in their story…. I’m sure they meant to say fun and attractive.

I’ll let you know when we get our book deal.


You Just Thought It Was Over

Guess who got her wedding proofs delivered?!?!?!?! In case you didn’t get enough of our Disney Wedding, I will share some of my professional pictures today. It’s your lucky day! My photographer actually sent us over 700 proofs. I narrowed those down to my top 200 to share with my family, my top 100 to share with Facebook, and the top 15 to share with you…. you’re welcome.

It’s not necessarily the “top” as in “the best”, but it’s the most interesting/most different from previous pics of posted.

The first is of Husband and two of his best friends walking down the deck at the Yacht Club. Our photographer made them put on these ridiculous thick black rimmed glasses for some of the pictures. We didn’t dig them, but we rocked them anyways.

This is the moment Husband and I saw each other for the first time. “Awwwwww!”

Mom-in-law chocking her son…Zoey looking pretty and not getting in trouble, so typical.

The whole bridal party taking a run down the boardwalk.

Our awesome wedding day shoes.

Husband, Officiator/best friend, and myself laughing and having the time of our lives.

The photographer spotted this area after the ceremony and asked us to pose here, and it really turned out great.

The moment Zoey and I realized we are officially sisters.

The gazebo where Husband and I were supposed to be married, (thanks a lot rain). We took a picture here when we were first dating 7 years ago.

Our private party area to view the EPCOT fireworks. All of our guests got to join us in “Italy” to enjoy the show; free of the large Disney crowds.

The bridal party, plus our parents, getting read to “Party Rock” while being announced at the reception!

Mom and Dad gettin’ down on the dance floor.

This picture truly captures the mood at our reception.

If only you could see Husband’s very annoyed face as I smeared icing over his lips, nose, and cheeks.

This beautiful girl caught my bouquet. Can you believe I taught her 2nd grade when I was just a first-year teacher!? Love that girl.

The end.

I’m officially done posting about my wedding. Kind of sad, right? Technically we are not legally married yet…still waiting for that darn wedding license to get returned. I’ve been a little stressed about not getting it back yet, but now that I think about it… If we never get it back, we will just have to have another wedding! I’m thinking Hawaii at sunset set next time around…