Is it only in England that people refer to photos as snaps (from snapshots)?
Sometimes having an English family is really confusing -- I can never remember if it's grey or gray, people look at me funny when I call a wash cloth a "flannel" and I have a tendency to use weird expressions like "and Bob's your uncle" -- which further confuses people since I have an Uncle Bob ... Jeremy always teases me because I use "rather" more than your average American -- as in, "oh, I rather like that!" or saying "I can't be bothered," when I really just don't feel like doing something ...
The happy couple, in our getaway car outside the church:
My lovely bouquet:
Dressed and ready ...
The watch was his "official" wedding gift -- but since it had to be sized, he opened something different during our first meeting. The French Bulldog cufflinks, one of my FAVORITE details, were a birthday present from me:
Isn't he so handsome?
So excited about our first meeting ... I thought my heart was going to beat out of my chest. Maybe the only time I was really nervous the whole day:
Me and my gorgeous girls - each girl picked a different style dress from J. Crew. I love this photo, I think it's really reflective of everyone's personalities:
Jeremy with his two brothers - in the photo above, his sister Amy is on the far right in the picture with me, and Jeremy's good friend Andi is just to her left:
More tomorrow, if you're interested ;o)