We got a whopping 800+ photos from our wedding! I figured 10% is a pretty good proportion to leave on the web for possible posterity. I must have listened to Ed Sheeran’s song,
Photograph, a half kazillion times while sorting through these photos. It was on repeat. I’m addicted to that song…
My invisible bride in her wedding dress!
This photo is the first time I remember seeing her shoes.
Vincent was pretending to help me put on my jacket. There was another photo where I was pretending to put on my premade bowtie by pulling on the premade bow.
The watch Lauren gave me on our wedding day. It’s made of wood!
I tried for ages trying to tie a real bow tie before giving up. Ok, maybe just once or twice.
Quick snapshot before the first look.
Lauren and her maid of honor.
Lauren and her hairdresser of honor.
No doubt telling each other funny jokes.
Our first look and I was in tears
Our flowers were done by Nick’s stepmom
I wonder if I’ll ever get to photoshoping Lauren’s stray hair like she told me to.
There’s something I like about this photo. Oh yeah, Lauren!
The Lighthouse in Palos Verdes was open one day a month. This was the day this month!
By the lighthouse door.
Nick explained in days of old, the groomsmen’s job was to protect the bride. Obviously they didn’t do a great job since I’m right there.
Our friend Peter on guitar!
Nick and Chloe leading singing of the hymn, In Christ Alone
The view no one saw.
There were some photos of us lighting candles afterward. My lips were all red for some reason…
We were married by the pastor who baptized me long ago.
This is what three minutes of being married looks like.
Nursing school friends
Small Group friends
Los Angeles friends
Showing off bling bling
My roommate, his girlfriend, and Nick, all being very photogenic
Nick has the kookiest expressions
My mom was probably the best dancer on the dance floor.
Shoe game. We got most of them but we both thought we’d have the other person eat us on a desert island.
There was only supposed to be one winner to the scavenger hunt but they both found us separately.
I remember leaving feeling happy and very, very tired, wondering if I’d ever be back.