Ok, so it’s probably a little weird that my first blog from Ghana is about an event that happened four weeks ago in the U.S. But between the wedding, our post wedding excursion (ok, mini-moon), saying goodbye to family & friends, and packing up our lives for the second time this summer…there just wasn’t time to look through photos and write a blog post!
And I have to admit, I’m a little surprised this is happening even now. We start school in three days and I meet all of the second graders new to the school tomorrow. But if you don’t make time now, then when?
So, this is mostly a picture blog. For anyone wanting to see how the pictures turned out or to relive the day (all right, I’m probably the only one who does that! Haha), or for those who couldn’t make it…you know who you are : )
First, we got ready at the house, which was a historic home in St. Paul, so of course we took some photos there…
But then the ladies got bored and we figured it was time to include everyone…
Then it was off to the venue – the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum!
And of course we had some fun shots as well : )
Then it was time for the ceremony…
And it couldn’t have been more perfect. The intimate ceremony was everything we could have hoped for.
Then it was time for family, friends, & dancing!
And really, that was it! Then it was just a matter of paperwork and I now have someone to spend the rest of my life with.