As dad, i thought i was there. But after reading this, I’m not so sure.
I often write about the hardships of being Jon’s wife but nothing compares to our wedding. On September 8, Jon and I celebrated 9 years of marriage. I remember saying to my husband “I just want to marry you. As long as we’re married at the end of the day, I don’t care if guests are eating pizza off paper plates on the floor.”
This almost came to fruition. Here’s what I learned.
Pick a Mantra and Stick to It
Repeat it over and over. It keeps you calm when you feel the world of cake and taffeta closing in. Mine was, “As long as I’m married at the end of the day…“
Small Wedding = Destination Wedding
For me, minimal spotlight means minimal stress. I’m a recluse and hate being the center of attention. I wanted to get married in the church I grew up in. I thought…
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