Before the ceremony, I gathered with my bridesmaids and my mom and mother-in-law in the room I went to preschool in. We took pictures, ate some food, and they gathered around me and prayed for me, Todd and our future. It was a heartwarming time in the last few moments of me being a single lady.
Then came the processional. The grandparents, parents, bridesmaids, ringbearers and flower girl went down the flower petal and candleabra lined aisle. Then came my turn.
I remember the rest of the ceremony, but at times it seems like a dream. It was something I imagined in my mind so many times, but now it was happening. There in front of our family and friends, we promised to spend the rest of our lives together.
We paraded through a sea of bubbles as husband and wife to the limo that would whisk us away to the reception. Stay tuned. Next up in about the reception.