What wedding update? There is none. Hahaha. I kid, of course.
With everything thrown in the air — school, work, family — I myself am surprised that we managed to nail some key items for our wedding.
That’s it. Hahaha. I have organized weddings in the past, so I am well aware how far I still have to go. But with these essentials already locked down, it is already guaranteed that there’ll be a ceremony, some food, and photos to remember it by.
I do know one thing though. I want to be surrounded in baby’s breath and daisies. Something about the two just screams pretty to me. They’re small flowers, always beautiful together, and they’re the friendliest flowers, as Meg Ryan would say.
And they kind of make the whole place seem like floating.
They make the most ethereal bouquets.
When you put them together, the backdrop looks like a batch of clouds.
I’m not really a big fan of garden weddings, but having these babies lined up and down the aisle makes everything simpler and dreamier at the same time.
Because I’m getting married at the busiest time of the year, I have to admit I’m having a hard time finding an available florist. But once I do find one, I will absolutely insist on these flowers.
On my wedding day, I want to be floating.
Le happy sigh. <3
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