That's two years for the non- Spanish speaking.
Dos anos ago, this happened:
Ah, sweet wedded bliss.
today this week, things are going to be a little more mushy on the blog. I can't help it. I love the Ninja. A lot.
Last year, I shared the details of how we spent our first wedding anniversary and I'll be doing the same this year. I always (does two years count as always?) put the Ninja in charge of these things because he blows them out of the water. Seriously, so thoughtful. But until then, here are some of my favorite photos from the big day and the festivities afterwards. And these aren't your normal cliche, picturesque photos (well a smidgen of them might be) but are the outtakes and hilarious candids from a day of love and laughter; family and friends. I even narrate - enjoy!
We did this exact same thing at her wedding a few weeks ago - can't
keep a straight face around that gal!
The Ninja missed the 'be serious' memo
What's not to love about this picture? They were in unison for a good 10 seconds. epic.
Two reasons I like this photo: 1) I love having a picture of the Ninja and I praying together 2) My dad and the groomsmen decided to pull a little prank. Check out his shoes!
We stood in the door for a few minutes because we were supposed to wait for the music to change and it was awkward.
Photo fail by the Ninja. I must have said something hilarious, as usual.
Again, miscommunication between the photogs. I thought we were supposed to look gangsta, while Becca obviously went the more photogenic route. We did this at her wedding too.
Andy, the best man, talked about how he warned the Ninja that I 'was a handful.' A handful of awesome! (notice the empty Crown Royal bottle so early in the night)
I love all of these guys (well, most of them - right, Rooney?)
Papaw and I
I love what a great big-brother my husband is - he's going to be a fantastic father!
Not our first dance but I love that the Ninja has some great dance moves now. He didn't have any when we met - mega points to me for having rhythm and being able to teach him how to two-step and swing dance.
The power of prayer with my best ladies
Cheap shot, Ninja. Thank goodness for cousins to wipe cake off my face. Thanks, Court.
No wedding in Manhattan is complete without swing dancing at Longhorn's. in your wedding dress. to this song
See? I told you I taught him how to dance.
What are some of your favorite photos from weddings you've attended or your own wedding?
Until next time,
Labels: anniversary, FroBuzz, memories, mush, photography, The Ninja, wedding