Sunday, August 15, 2010

A wedding is a beginning and an end

As you might assume, I am a married woman now :)



We had an amazing wedding in Carmel and it was, without any doubt, the very best day our of our lives. Towards the end of the planning process, as our wedding drew nearer, I became too busy to find the time to blog about my wedding planning process. However, I am still going to blog recaps of our wedding because wedding blogs (stemming from the www.weddingbee.com website) was my largest wedding inspiration for my own day.

So beginning tomorrow, I'll be doing recaps of our wedding day with the hope and intention of inspiring brides to be.

For now, I'll leave you with some teasers and to the other brides who's blogs I was following and have now tied the knot: many congratulations and wishes for a life filled with love.









8 comments:

Nicole-Lynn said...

Congratulations!!! You were a beautiful bride! So happy for you. I completely understand that you could be too stressed or busy to blog! I'm looking forward to hearing all about it and seeing more pictures!

Genevieve said...

Congrats! I can't wait to see all of your recaps! It is so fun to see the recaps on wedding planning blogs I've been following for so long!

Gonna Be His Mrs. said...

Beautiful.....congrats. Can't wait to see more.

Bicoastal Bride said...

Congratulations! You look beautiful!

Jennifer said...

Gorgeous, Crystal!! Congrats to you, too, and welcome back!!

very married said...

congrats on your wedding!

Miss Bloom said...

This is a shot in the dark but I found your blog when googling the Jim Hjelm 8904. I, like you, am in love but can't find it anywhere! I love the dress you ended up with and am wondering who makes it? It's beautiful!

Crystal said...

Hi Miss Bloom! I'm sorry that this is such a late post, but hopefully you search more of my blog and saw that I had my dress custom made because I could only find my dress in Vegas, which meant I would have had to fly out to first, try it on, then have it sent to a local dress vendor for fittings, etc. and there were only a few days for me to make a decision. So I went with a dress designer Carole Kenney and she made my dress from scratch, importing lace, hand tea dying it, and fitting it to my body and personality. I was beyond happy with my dress and hope you found a solution for yours!

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