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Friday, September 6, 2013

My Dream Wedding

Hubs and I attended my dream wedding this past weekend. Now, I know what you're saying: LaNeshe, how can your dream wedding not be YOUR wedding? I loved my wedding. I wouldn't change a thing. Well, maybe I would change the moment that I broke the HIS glass of the HIS & HER champagne flutes that we bought. But other than that, I wouldn't change a thing. 

This wedding was my dream wedding because it had all the elements of a great wedding I've ever thought of, but most important, I was a guest at the wedding. You can have a different level of fun at a wedding when it's not actually your wedding and you don't have to worry about anything but enjoying yourself. 

The makings of my dream wedding: 

1. No flower girl: The GROOM spread the flower petals out before his wife-to-be came down the isle. I thought that was SO precious. 

2. All the traditions: They did the unity candle, jumping the broom, and a mixing of the sand with the Bride, Groom, and the groom's daughter. 

3. Cocktail hour: Open bar. I don't think this needs explanation lol

4. Ice sculpture: Not only was there an ice sculpture, but they were serving a drink THROUGH the ice sculpture. It was amazing. 

5. Great dinner: First course, crab-cakes with corn mango salsa. Second Course, delicious arugula salad. Third course, the most moist delicious chicken I've ever had in my life, with mashed potatoes and creamed spinach. 

6. Choreographed dances: There were multiple choreographed dance routines, which was awesome. I've seen them on the internet, but never in real life. 

Hubs and I had so much fun. We danced more than I think we've done on any occasion before that. We even ended up booking a room at the hotel for the evening. 

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm and Stacey Yates. 

What are the elements of your dream wedding?
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7 comments

  1. awww that was cool! mine was short and to the point. honestly, i'd been engaged 4 times prior to my husband and the thought of preparing for a huge wedding seemed exhausting because i'd planned huge weddings in the past that I didn't follow through with. so the beverly hills court house was perfect for me. wouldn't change a thing! lol!

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  2. Dream wedding would be having my entire family there! We're spread out around the world so it's pretty impossible for everyone to make it because cost/time/whathaveyou :(

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  3. It's like the super rich weddings that comes on TV. I wish I was a guest!

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    1. It was! I kept saying "This is like a TLC wedding" lol

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  4. Oh gosh. FOOD. It's fun to sit to enjoy it all.

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  5. LaNeshe!!!!!! Thank you so much for this post. I am so glad you came and enjoyed yourself. We worked really hard to plan everything and it feels great to know that those little details were seen and appreciated by you and our guests. Sending you lots of blog love and hope to see you soon!!!

    Stacy

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    1. You are very welcome! You did an amazing job planning. I hope the honeymoon was awesome. We have to keep in touch! I'm subscribed to your blog now.

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