I don’t think you can ever get sick of looking back at your wedding photos, at least I don’t. I have to thank my photographer, Brian Hall who captured our day. (Brian just updated his blog with some of our pictures.) We had such an amazing day! Here are some of my favorites moments from the day.
My dress. I felt so pretty in my dress, as all brides should. My hair, jewelry, make-up, shoes all came together like I’d hoped.
That husband of mine, always surprising me. When we were teenagers, Tim would pick me flowers on his way to school. On our wedding day, he picked me flowers at a near by field and wrote me a very sweet letter. It was romantic and the perfect way start to my day.
The big unveil. Tim and I took a few private moments before the excitement started. This man right here is the best part of my every day. He is my best friend, and I am so lucky to be married to him.
Our families. We would be nowhere without our families and I am so happy that we could all be together in one place on this day.
My girls. These ladies are my rock and I am so blessed to have each one of them in my life. Here we are doing our, “Here’s to the girls” cheer.
I loved the talk I had with my dad before he walked me down the aisle. I asked him if he had any advice for Tim and Me, and he said “No, I already know you’re going to be just fine.” Thanks Dad.
Our whole ceremony was special. Paster Jonathan did a great job making it personal, which is what we wanted.
My mother sang The Lords Prayer and it still gives me goose bumps to think about. I really wish we would have had this videotaped. My mother’s voice is a gift from the Lord above, thanks Mom for making our day even more special!
The bus ride from the church to Noelridge Park, to Elmcrest was a blast. We were able to finally relax and celebrate the fact that we are Mr. and Mrs. Tesar!
These people right here are our best friends. We have been so blessed throughout our life to come across each of these people. They are AMAZING!
My dad’s speech was pretty epic if you ask me. He’s always good at giving speeches, but this one included a barbershop quartet. It was pretty awesome. Thanks dad!
Joe’s speech – where he said, “Tim, it took you 30 days to tell Liz you loved her, and 10 years to marry her.” It got a lot of laughs.
The Parents Dance. So my mom organized a private dance with all of our friends parents. It was AWESOME! They practiced at our friends, Charlie and Stephanie’s dance studio. What a great surprise. They were rock-stars!
Beat It! I dance to this song at every wedding I go to, so it’s only appropriate that we dance to it on my wedding.
What did you love about your wedding? Do you have any great ideas? Please share!