Yesterday we went on a small road trip to see one last venue, a beautiful farm that specializes in intimate weddings. I fell in love with it’s charming spaces and relaxed atmosphere. I felt that an intimate space would suit Billy and my’s personalities better – we’re the couple that would rather have people over for dinner than go out on the town or to a big party, who value quality over quantity in our friends the most. Then we looked at our wedding list to see how we could make it work. After really looking at it, we found it impossible. We both come from huge families and have many dear friends. As much as I’d wish it to be so, a small wedding is not in our future. So this is my ode to small weddings and my goodbye. Moving on to “bigger” dreams.
this is sooo sweet. i love moments like this 🙂 anyway, i hope you could visit mine too and follow :))
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Katherine / Of Corgis and Cocktails says
it's hard to find the right place – i had to heavily limit guests (no kids) because we chose a small place – and his family thought guests should be split evenly and my family though that it should be split by relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, no great aunts or off relatives) and it was a HUGE mess. i'm glad we did it how we did, but it's a hard thing to decide. this wedding looks TOTALLY beautiful though – i love the stationary
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bridget anne says
your words were so sweet. robbie & i can totally relate to that sentiment. but your wedding will be perfect no matter what! how can it not be? it's your wedding day, after all! either way, you go home his wife, and he, your husband. it's a pretty stellar idea. : )