Friday, February 26, 2016

We Did It...We're Married!

I'm not really sure how to put into words how unbelievably perfect the past week has been. There were tears. There were stomach knots full of anticipation. There was champagne. There were vows. There was the first kiss. And then. There was dancing. And not even the slightest shortage of it.

I couldn't have dreamed up a more perfect way to begin Andrew and I's new life together if I could. The dress, the suit, the flowers, the weather, the food, the friends, the family. None of it would have been possible without the last two.

When we left the rehearsal dinner on Friday night, Andrew I went separate ways for the last time before becoming husband and wife, and as he retreated to our home that we share together, I had one last girls night, pajama party. Saturday morning came bursting in with hair, make-up, coffee, mimosas, and a whole lot of music and love flowing through the air.  My timing was horrible when it came to reading Andrew's card, as I had just finished up in the make-up chair, and then bawled my eyes out. But lucky for me she hadn't left yet.

It seemed like the day was playing in fast-forward in front of my eyes, because before you knew it, the clock read 4:59pm. As my bridesmaids and parents left the room, I spent a last few moments to myself, recognizing how incredibly lucky I was to be marrying my best friend in a short few moments.

My dad took me by the arm, as we headed out on our most important walk of life together. Then the vows. The rings. The kiss. Boom. Just like that, we were married and dancing down the aisle to Beyonce. In that moment our herts were so full I thought it may actually be possible for them to burst, but as we all know, they didn't. The only busting that happened was some pretty impeccable moves on the dance floor.

We cannot thank every single last person enough for helping our day come together. If you are looking for us, we are living on cloud nine, obnoxiously referring to each other as husband and wife as much as possible. Check out more of our wedding images over HERE. #hotdogitsawedding

And last but not least, our day would not have been made possible without the most incredible vendor team. A never-ending thank you goes out to:
Ceremony Venue- Desert Botanical Garden
Reception Venue- The Showcase Room
Wedding Coordinator/Planner- Konsider It Done
Bridal Shop- Modern Dress
Bridal Gown- Mori Lee by Madeline Gardner
Jewelry- MEG Jewelry
Men's attire- Nick's Menswear
Second Photographers- Nicole Bucher & Riane Roberts
Hair & Makeup- Dual Vanity
Rentals- Tremaine Ranch 
Paper Goods- The Letter House
Dessert- LGO Bake Shop 
Officiant & DJ- Robert Walk 


  1. RHEA!!! Your wedding looked absolutely beautiful!! I'm so happy for you! CONGRATULATIONS!!! You looked amazing, and your pictures are amazing and ugh I'm just so happy for you!!

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