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Remember That One Time We Said I Do?

Remember that one time I saw our wedding pictures and fell in love ? 



Because we all know that pictures are the best part of the wedding, especially when time has passed and then you get to relive the day all over again looking through all the snapshots! 








and that one time we had the most perfect book themed reception at the most adorable winery, Windy Wine Co. in Osborn, Mo.



And that one time when we were on top of the Kansas City Public Library and it was just too perfect to dance among the giant chess pieces...



And that other time that ModCloth had the most perfect dress...



And that other time his letter made me cry 


And his smile made my heart burst 



And I gave him a watch before we walked down the aisle so he'd make it in time




I am so blessed to have fellow bloggers who love books as much as I do who sent me piles of their favorite books to help me decorate the tables! You know who are and I want you to know how special it was to me! 

My favorite author, Wendy Lawless, author of the huge hit, Chanel Bonfire, also helped us celebrate by sending her favorite books and a note I will cherish forever: 


It's been almost 2 months and we still talk about our wedding every day.

All credit to these amazing photos goes to my sister, owner and photographer at Peace of You Photography in Kansas City, Mo.


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  1. LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THESE PICTURES OMG.

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  2. The pictures are the best part, it's true :)

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  3. BEAUTIFUL <3 Now when I get married, you'll come plan my wedding.. .right?

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  4. What bloody awesome photos of a wonderful day

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  5. Being grma terry i watch their vidio at least once a week,and cry every time

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  6. ❤️💜💙💖❤️💜💙💖

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  7. Love the photos! So beautiful!

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