1st Wedding Anniversary Recap: Part 2

Originally posted July 9, 2009

Our wedding ceremony took place in our hometown at our church. Both of our families have belonged to this same parish for as long as we can both remember.

Our families actually sit on opposite sides of the church, so during the ceremony, our priest joked that he was marrying the Montagues and Capulets!

We had beautiful, sunny weather on our wedding day, but it was 85 degrees and humid, which probably doesn’t sound that bad”¦ unless you are sitting through a full Catholic Nuptial Mass in a church that does not have air conditioning! Even still, the ceremony felt like it totally flew by!

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  1. awe i love these photos!!! thank you for sharing them.
    it took my husband and I 2 years to get out photos (long, really annoying, story!) but they are seriously priceless to me. What a special day, and you look absolutely stunning. Mal doesn’t look so bad either 🙂

  2. Gorgeous! I love hearing that other people had full Catholic masses. We were the only ones to do that in both our group of friends. I think ceremonies always feel so rushed and too quick without the full mass. It’s too special of an event to be over in 15 minutes!

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