Long distance wedding


{adam & I in Florida, where we got engaged}
 

I can {nearly} count on one hand how many months it is until our big day. I have so many emotions about this, but above all I am incredibly excited to marry my best friend. It's easy to lose sight of what 'getting married' is all about, and amongst stressing about the tiny weeny details, the flowers, the ceremony order, and the place cards... it's nice to step back and to think I am marrying the man I love with my favorite people in the world, and THAT is what really matters. But trust me, it's easy to get overwhelmed by smaller details in the run up to the day.

We are getting married in England. Living in Canada, this was a big decision, and has meant we are planning the entire day from afar. Thankfully my amazing mum has stepped up and has taken on a huge role as 'wedding planner', she has been the back bone through this entire process and I DEFINITELY wouldn't have been able to do this without her help - She's a super star and it's been super fun working with her to achieve the wedding Adam and I want.

We are having a small wedding and are celebrating the fact Adam and I spent many, many years in a long distance relationship with a travel themed wedding. Suitcases, luggage tags and postcards galore! As we are getting married in a town hall, we have a blank canvas to decorate just how we want - it's pretty great!

I would love to share bits and pieces of our wedding planning as we count down to our big day.

So...7 months to go...

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Long distance wedding


{adam & I in Florida, where we got engaged}
 

I can {nearly} count on one hand how many months it is until our big day. I have so many emotions about this, but above all I am incredibly excited to marry my best friend. It's easy to lose sight of what 'getting married' is all about, and amongst stressing about the tiny weeny details, the flowers, the ceremony order, and the place cards... it's nice to step back and to think I am marrying the man I love with my favorite people in the world, and THAT is what really matters. But trust me, it's easy to get overwhelmed by smaller details in the run up to the day.

We are getting married in England. Living in Canada, this was a big decision, and has meant we are planning the entire day from afar. Thankfully my amazing mum has stepped up and has taken on a huge role as 'wedding planner', she has been the back bone through this entire process and I DEFINITELY wouldn't have been able to do this without her help - She's a super star and it's been super fun working with her to achieve the wedding Adam and I want.

We are having a small wedding and are celebrating the fact Adam and I spent many, many years in a long distance relationship with a travel themed wedding. Suitcases, luggage tags and postcards galore! As we are getting married in a town hall, we have a blank canvas to decorate just how we want - it's pretty great!

I would love to share bits and pieces of our wedding planning as we count down to our big day.

So...7 months to go...

1 comment:

  1. Hey, honey! What do you think about follow each other via bloglovin? If you want, just follow me there and I'll follow you back! http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/3947784

    ReplyDelete