Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Saying "I Do" & Us

As 5:30 neared, Laura, Rebecca, and I moved to the bride's room while the rest of the bridesmaids waited in the balcony and our parents greeted our guests as they began to arrive. After hours of not speaking on our wedding day and moving around the church grounds for photos while trying to avoid catching a glimpse of each other before the ceremony, I was beyond excited about the fact that Blair and I were finally in the same building and would be seeing each other soon.


My dad greeting one his neighbors from his childhood

Blair's mom & My dad

Mom ready to go!

My Grandmother

Blair preparing to escort his mother to her seat

Looking out of the window in front of the bride's room seeing what's what

Whitner primping before the ceremony

One last chat with dad

And we're off!
I was so excited to reach the front of the church and see Blair. It was important to me to focus on Blair and each word that was read and spoken during our ceremony and try to really soak everything in as best I could.

 Our Ceremony

One step closer to becoming husband & wife!

One of my favorite features about Oak Grove



We're married...and we're pumped

We did it!

Wonderful bridal party

Getting around with some help from Laura

Rev. Ethridge

The ceremony was perfect and just as Blair and I imagined it. We had a few moments to ourselves afterward and then headed back onto the lawn to greet our family and bridal party. After a few groups and some family photos, Angie got some pictures of Blair and I and then we were headed to Ansley to join our guests for the reception!

Cousins & Our Grandmother

Blair's family

Where we took engagement pictures not too many months before

Blair making fun of all of the hairspray in my hair, "Mary, you don't have any product in your hair do you?"

Typical us

All smiles

"Cherries in the Snow" on my toes & Blair's shiny shoes

We made it to Ansley!

Atlanta skyline in the background

Getting ready to join our guests!

Phew! Possible record for longest post on this blog so far. Thanks for reading & the reception is up next (put on your boogie shoes)!


As always, images courtesy of Suburbanite Photography

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