Has it really been two years? Oh, how time flies.
By the way…that darn dress is still hanging on our closet door. The day after our wedding I hung it on the door since it wouldn’t fit inside the closet. I’m ashamed to admit that it has never moved. And yes: this means that we have not fully shut our closet door in 2 years. I’m still hoping I might get to wear it again for some photos, since there weren’t many detailed shots of me in it during the wedding day. Or maybe I’ll just sell it like I’d planned…
It’s been a wonderful two years, and I’m looking forward to many, many more…
Justin is taking Thursday and Friday off from work, so we’re going to enjoy a nice anniversary dinner, a Rays baseball game, and probably just a lot of relaxing (we’re so fancy). Maybe next year we’ll be able to take an anniversary trip or something…
If you want to read more about our wedding day, click here for the entire story!
Congratulations on two years! The pictures are beautiful!
Thanks so much! 🙂
Happy anniversary! You were such a gorgeous bride!
Thanks so much! Hard to believe that was two years ago…time flies!
Aw, happy anniversary!
Happy Anniversary! Your anniversary weekends sounds pretty perfect to me, lol!
Sometimes you just have to embrace bumming around. Maybe next year we’ll get to go on a trip!
Happy 2nd Anniversary to you both!
Happy Anniversary!! Wow that cake looks absolutely amazing. Of course, your dress is gorgeous too 🙂 You might not have been able to completely close your closet but at least you always got a great view of your dress!
Thanks so much for the kind words! The cake was one of my favorite parts of the wedding…and it tasted AMAZINGGGG too! I was kind of sad to cut it though. Haha!
Oh that cake!!! Drool!!!
I would love to have another slice of that cake right about now. It was delicious…and pretty. Yeesh.
Congratulations! Time flies doesn’t it? My wedding dress is in its bag untouched. I never got it cleaned b/c I figured I would be taking bridals. That never happened. It seems silly to have bridals done now, doesn’t it? Oh the shame.