Our Taiwanese marriage covenant ceremony is less than 19 days away. So, I thought I should finish up writing about our American wedding before the Taiwanese one happens.
Therefore this week will be full of posts about the various special moments from our American wedding reception.
We had a blast, and we enjoyed every minute.
Also, I just wanted to offer . . . if you have any questions about the
reception or wedding in America or about the upcoming Taiwanese
ceremony and banquet ask those questions here on this post, and I will try to answer them either later this week or next week.
Here is a tiny preview of what's to come this week . . .
Don't you just LOVE all that color? We wanted it to be a joyful, happy celebration . . . and that's what we got!! :)
I only have three "regrets" in regards to the reception . . .
(1) we didn't get a chance to tell everyone thank you for coming. We ended up leaving earlier than planned because most of the guests needed to drive an hour or more to get home, and they were wanting to get home before it got too late. So, we didn't get a chance to get to every table to say thanks.
(2) we never played our "game" that my PawPaw made for me. We didn't have a DJ, and I didn't exactly give the best directions to the person I asked to help with the game, so it just never happened. And, it just makes me kinda sad that my grandfather spent time and money to make this awesome game that never got to be played.
(3) and, last but not least, I wish our "guest book" (photo mat) had been either announced or in a better location, not even half of the guests signed it. :( I made my dad and brother sign it later after we got back from the honeymoon.