July 17, 2012
I should be making a quilt right now.... But I'm not. I need a break anyway. So, I've been married for three months and I never really told you all about my wedding. It was simple, beautiful, and stress less. It was absolutely perfect. We didn't throw a huge reception in Idaho (we threw a little bigger one in Washington). It was in a small building and decorations were few. We even had donuts instead of cake. I'm not one for doing anything traditional. I didn't have bridesmaids, I didn't throw my bouquet (I wasn't even going to have one, but my sister forced me), and Rob and I didn't have a first dance. I kind of hate attention, and even though my wedding days is all about me (and Rob of course), I still didn't want all eyes on me. I've just always been this way. And really, I don't regret any of those things. The day Rob and I got married was about the promises we made to each other in the temple--and that's all that matters. On a side note, my wedding was all done by my family. Literally. My mom made my dress and veil, my sister Christie did my hair and make-up, my sister Kellie made my bouquet, and my sister-in-law Chelsee took the pictures. Yay for talented women in my life!