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July 30, 2010

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That was great! I had no idea! We totally wanted to run away, and I have no idea why we didn't!

I like it. Most weddings are way too overdone.

Here's mine:

http://desertspor.blogspot.com/2010/07/first-solo-zip-and-duck-feeding.html

Love it! You are adorable!

(And hey - I'm not Erin? <3)

You know, I've had several moments in my wedding planning when I thought about eloping. It's seriously tempting...

Andrea, I'm so sorry, I actually remember doing that when I had just got done commenting on Only a Movie. SO SORRY!

Hmmm - you were at my place?
I love that you got married in semi-secret. If and when other half and I get married - it will be just.like.that.

Great spin xo

That sounds perfect. Although I'm sure your big wedding was absolutely lovely, events like those scare the bejeezus out of me. We kept it simple, a courthouse in Coral Gables and a pancake breakfast. Roni knew what she was talking about.

http://outnumberedtwotoone.wordpress.com/2010/07/30/a-weekend-of-firsts/

I had no clue!!! Learn something new every day. See you tomorrow! LOVE!

We kept our wedding simple--I don't remember a lot of it--but we have great pictures! Sounds like you have good memories of both your weddings. The expresso made me smile.

Here's my spin: http://tttandme.blogspot.com/2010/07/spin-cycle-first-time.html

I LOVE this idea. I had to have the big wedding too thanks to large jewish families. Something small and special would have been wonderful.

Both weddings were great! ♥ Of course I have not worn my bridemaid dress since, but who has, right???? :-) LOL

great spin- I couldn't think up a first time after you had mentioned getting frisky- so I gave up, Now I can probably think of seven- lol. That's ok- Im in for next week!

I came to visit you because my daughter keeps raving about your blog. And I loved it! I decided to play this week - my post is at http://www.mysiteontheweb.us/?p=1541

Yes, everyone needs a Roni! That was one way to take the pressure off! so do you get to celebrate two anniversaries each year? If not which one do you honor? Just curious.

AWESOME spin!

I posted last night, but my comment didn't come through for some reason. Oops! Here's my first time: http://aimeewrites.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/spin-cycle-the-first-time/

You had me at Starbucks run and "espressos brought in." Beautiful, I love that you did what felt right to you.

Had to fix the misspelling of my fake name.

And now finally commenting on the wedding story. LOVE IT. Good for you! I never wanted any kind of wedding. I wanted to get married by Elvis in Vegas. We compromised and got hitched in Lake Tahoe, just us. Wouldn't change a thing.

I love that yall didn't wait for the formal affair. Seems like that would take a huge load of pressure off.

Lovely story!

*Note* My blog address has changed
welchhappenings.blogspot.com

I love the story of your first wedding. First time I heard something like this as well!

What a great story. I had the best time at my wedding, but it was more about everyone else than Josh and I.

We only had about 20 people at our PLANNED wedding. I loved the way you did that though. I take it they all know now that you were already married?

That is a FANTASTIC idea. I'm glad my extended family is not huge, cause if we ever actually get around to getting married, I can just plan to have the 20 people in the first place.

Still, at this point it's just too much planning...

What a great story, and so romantic. Particularly when you went out for coffee.

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