It's heeeeeeeere! I am finally ready to debut our gorgeous wedding photos by the oh-so-talented Ashley Brokop. I am going to keep these posts (if I can help it) mainly pictures with maybe a little bit of explanation here and there. But if you have any questions about the goings-on in the pics or if you need a who's who, just ask me in a comment and I'll respond back in comment or email form.
Without further ado ... today's post will all be centered around getting ready for our wedding day. Enjoy!
|So completely in love with my wedding dress and getaway dress|
|Sweet flowergirl Sidney, who made me an aunt that day (she is Ian's niece)|
|My Aunt Karen made this garter for me. It included the very fabric of Ian's family's tartan, and also a blue rosette for my "something blue."|
|This is a wedding gift from my sister, Sarah. It is a vintage ring with a gold band and pearls. It is incredibly special to me. This was my "something old."|
|I loved having Mom and my sisters help me get dressed.|
|My very soon-to-be MIL came to visit me in the bride's room.|
|Ian had a huge bouquet of gorgeous flowers delivered to me at our wedding venue. It was such a sweet and thoughtful surprise and it brought me to tears.|
|Sweet words (click to see larger)|
|Quite possibly my favorite picture of all.|
|The girls looked stunning in their Anthropologie dresses, and they wore their own nude heels. They carried white hydrangea bouquets which they held with the vintage handkerchiefs that I gave to them as part of a gift.|
|Ian gave his groomsmen these yellow and white checked ties for a gift. I made button boutonierres for all of the groomsmen and grandfathers.|
|Ian and his two best men were in traditional Scottish kilts for the ceremony but then changed into grey suits for the reception to match the other groomsmen.|