Saturday, September 27, 2008

Happy Anniversary



Look below for a post about how we celebrated our anniversary. And look here for a post on how I feel about Gary. I am all about the actual wedding in this post.

It has been two glorious years since our wedding. I had so much fun planning this one. We got married at this really great spot in Downtown Fort Worth. It was perfect for our little get together. (I spent the night before at the hotel next door. You can see it below - it is the little white building. We also got ready there)



It was on the top floor of a restaurant on the Sunset Patio.



The Sunset Patio overlooked the next floor down which was also a patio and there is where we had our reception. It was all open except where we actually got married.


It rained that morning and everyone scrambled to get under shelter and also to protect the cake, pictures, candy and all that from getting wet. I will never forget looking out the window as I was getting ready and saying, "It's raining!"


They say it is good luck to have rain on your wedding day so I held on to that.

Everything was DIY (do it yourself). I did everything from the invitations, to the flowers, to the candy buffet, to the advice cards we had. My mom did the wedding cake and his mom did the grooms cake.



One of my favorite things was that we had pictures of our grandparent's and our parent's weddings displayed.



We wanted to include Z in everything so he walked me down the isle.
He also said, "I do" when asked Who gives this woman to be married?". Gary said vows to him and gave him a pocket watch to remember the day. We also had a sand ceremony where we each (me, Gary and Z) had our own color of sand to pour into a vase to signify our lives coming together.




We laughed through the whole thing practically


Since our wedding was just 2 hours long we had our photographers for a little longer. We walked all around the downtown area with them snapping pictures of us along the way. We had great fun!


He proposed to me on that balcony right there that he is blocking with his head.
This is at Bass Hall



We were actually running in this picture. It was a cool thing the photographer did.


At this corner there is wind tunnel that causes the wind to always blow. When we were dating we always went downtown to a theater or restaurant. We would stop at this corner and kiss as we waited for the light to turn. I would hear music as my hair would blow all around us. ::sigh:: Sappy, yes. We wanted to be sure and get pictures of it.

I call this one our Hollywood shot



Our little family



OK, so that turned into a longer post than I realized! Go here to see more great pictures from that day. Some of them are here on the post but there are some that aren't.

Sara

7 comments:

monica said...

It is our anniverdary also today! Happy anniversary! What a great day!

Tina623 said...

It looks like you had a beautiful day! Thanks for sharing the photos and congrats! I love the fact that he said vows to your son, what a great man :). Happy anniversary!

Harris Boys said...

sara!! you were SO pretty on your wedding day. I love how your son was so involved and an outdoor wedding is my favorite!!

Happy 2nd anniversary!

Sara said...

Aww I love those pictures of your wedding day! It looks so intimate and like it was such a beautiful day all around. Happy 2nd anniversary and I look forward to reading your blog!

Ron and Aimee said...

What a beautiful day you had! Love the picture of Zachary walking you down the aisle....

The Wilsons said...

It looks like a beautiful day!!! What great pictures. I hope all is well. I've been lacking on time to keep up with blogs lately. :(

Heather said...

Happy Anniversary... a few days late! Your wedding day looked beautiful and I'm so impressed by all the DIY stuff you did. Beautiful photos!