After a fun time getting ready and a beautiful ceremony we were so ready for a fun and beautiful reception! It didn't disappoint! Everything looked even better than we hoped for and we had a great time dancing with friends and family.
Our reception site was only a walk up a small hill from our ceremony site, and just as pretty. My 90 year old grandmother sewed all 12 of our linen table runners. She's pretty much the coolest person ever!
|Family tree and flip flops for dancing!|
The only bite of cake I got all night was what James fed me. I'm pretty sure it was vanilla cake with raspberry filling and almond icing. It was great when we tried it at our tasting. I only hope it was that good at the wedding!
The one thing we've heard consistently from guests is how incredible the food was. I would pay serious money to eat it again. It was that good!
Planning two weddings for the past year was difficult, but mom and dad handled everything so well. I could not be more thankful for everything they did for our wedding. It was the perfect night and we couldn't have done any of it without both of them!
James and I danced to "Sea Breeze" by Tyron Wells; the same song he played the night he proposed. I was so uncomfortable dancing while everyone was watching, but he did a great job distracting me and making me laugh
My dad, sis, and James' best man, Taylor, did a great job with their speeches. They made us laugh and cry at the same time.
Random fact: the husband is freaky good at handstands. My first friend/bridesmaid Cara is a former gymnast. There was smack talk before the wedding as to who was better. What better time to test this out than at the wedding?
James won form and Cara won length. It was probably my favorite part of the reception!
Off to our Mexico honeymoon!
That's it for the wedding recaps! Thanks for sticking around as I relive the best day of our lives.
Next up, our wedding video!
*All photos were taken by Amy Arrington Photography*