It’s been two and a half weeks since our wedding. I thought I might have be more techie in regards to sharing my event before leaving, but I’ve learned that I’m just not that kind of person. I’m better with collecting all of my memories and then documenting them versus instant-sharing. The moment comes later in sharing for me, but there is a great chance of getting to relive it once more. Which can be even more fun.
I’m excited to start sharing about our day, the moments leading up to it and the days of fun following it. It will take me some time, however. It was all a very emotional thing. (You’ll also notice there’s an overhaul of the site’s look so pardon the mess while I try to get things as desired.)
From the earthquake the night before our “I do’s” to special surprises all through the reception and a GIANT bunch of Mickey Mouse balloons in the park, it was certainly an adventure I cannot wait to share with you. The day of and the days that followed were really magical and full of exemplary Disney magic, like it should be, and I was not disappointed. At least not on the wedding day and post celebrations. The time leading up to it was a whole other adventure, but all worth discussing, if only to help brides know you’re not alone in the craziness. Earthquake before the wedding? Pfft! You conquer that and you feel like you can conquer anything.
I will have many surprises to reveal to you before I even get into the big day, but they’re all fun, I promise. All full of crazy adventurous moments.
Thank you to all that gave their well wishes via The Internet or even texted and called me and left voicemails on my phone. I didn’t have my phone on me much, if at all on wedding day, so they were really fun to listen to the next day. Thank you to all that were with me in spirit and shared their wisdom and gave guidance when I was lost or needed reeling in. And an even greater thank you to the virtual and real life friends I have made through this process of planning a Disneyland wedding. Not only did you help keep Erick from going cookoo over my Disneyness, you gave me such an amazing support group full of people who truly understood where I was coming from and helped me not feel like the odd man out with the Disney magic I worked so hard to weave into the wedding.
Happily Ever After is just beginning!