You married an incredibly wonderful man a few short weeks ago. You were uncharacteristically relaxed the morning of the wedding. The day was brisk, but sunny: a perfect fall day. Everything went smoothly; you were a vision of calm. Your mom and bridesmaids were lovely and they made you feel beautiful. You felt ready, not nervous, but excited. Anticipation. You laid eyes on your husband-to-be for the first time. His smile was bright and you could sense the overwhelming joy in his gaze. He looked handsome as ever, just as you had imagined. Your heart beat faster. You were happy. You kissed and wiped lipstick off his lips. You both giggled. You felt so loved. Photos and incredible views of the lake. A few calm moments with the wedding party. Seeing Dad. Laughing with him before walking down the aisle. You loved saying your vows, you loved staring into D’s eyes and exchanging rings. It was the best moment. Becoming his wife. Laughing with Father John. Rejoicing with loved ones and a colorful confetti exit. The wedding was filled with so many wonderful moments. Being surrounded by loving friends and family. Singing and dancing in the trolly. The beautiful venue. The glow of the lights. The way everyone cheered when you were announced. The incredibly heartfelt speeches. Swirling around the dance floor to Cupid. Silliness. Insanely fun dancing. Laughter for days. Cake. Bubbly. Everything you had imagined. Utter happiness.
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