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  1. Trish @ MyBigFatBundt

    The peanut butter ceremony instantly transports me to this hilarious nonsense
    And based upon that, you can tell I’m very easily entertained…just as a cat likes nothing more than to swat at a paperclip on the cold kitchen floor at 2am.

    I have loved browsing through your wedding photo…everything looks like it was amazing. The venue, the dress, all of it. Beautiful poetry, beautiful everything. I love the little Quality Hill neighborhood just over to the west of us. It’s very quiet for the most part. In fact, we almost moved in there. The actual apartments, not the town homes or anything else in that area. But apparently they are in HIGH DEMAND (just about the only place downtown you can find 2 beds and 2 baths for under a grand) as just as we were going to take a tour of one at 5pm, someone placed their holding deposit an hour before our scheduled showing. And nothing else ever opened up. But I believe everything has some kind of reasoning or willed-outcome behind it, and obviously where we are at now is a better fit in terms of the amenities.

    You will definitely have something fun to show the grandchildren one day. :-)

    1. Trish @ MyBigFatBundt

      Crap. Didn’t realize the video would actually show up in the comment. You can take down my comment if you don’t want that stupid video showing.

  2. Hannah

    Oh darling, a part of me is so grateful you didn’t post your vows, because I’m currently in the Porter airport and I can’t risk bursting into tears all over again! The bathroom is too far away for me to run too like I did after you and Matt went up to take your photos.

    I’m so grateful, and so honoured, that I was there to celebrate you and your Matt on this wonderful, wonderful day/night. I’ll never forget how glorious, and how *you* (meaning you both!), the ceremony was. Love, love, love always. xoxo

  3. elamonster

    I love everything about this! A bouquet of kale! I’v thought so many times someone should do that. It’s the perfect little counterpoint to the quintessentially urban vibe of the rest of the wedding, from the visual setting to the pb&j (another awesome touch) to even the poems (another gorgeous spin).
    so much love to you both!
    Ela

  4. Emily @ Adventures of a Dog Mom

    PB&J… that is so cool! You had an amazing ceremony, thank you for sharing it.

  5. Bianca-Vegan Crunk

    Whoa! That dress is beautiful!! I love the black lace on the sleeves. You looked so pretty! And the kale bouquet is genius!! I’m glad you’re posting all these pics and the text since I missed it.

  6. Tara

    What a beautiful and special ceremony! I especially love the Steven Pinker quote and the PBJ unity ceremony. I can only imagine how moving your vows were to those present…. : )

  7. Richa

    Wow. such a beautiful ceremony, beautiful words and a gorgeous bride. i want to get married all over again with the bouquet of kale and the PB&J sandwich :) We had a very very elaborate Indian wedding which was all done by our parents and since then i have told hubbs that we will renevw our vows some years down the line in a smaller ceremony with things that we like:)

  8. Cadry's Kitchen

    I love that you made your wedding totally yours! A PB&J unification sandwich? So awesome! I wish that I would have thought of doing a civil ceremony ahead of time, so that the wedding itself could have been just how we envisioned it. That never occurred to us, but it’s such a good idea. Otherwise, on the day of the wedding, the person officiating is adding a lot of his/her own stuff, which may or may not be what you had in mind. You looked gorgeous!

  9. amber

    Such a sweet wedding. You two are just adorable…I can feel the love. Thanks for sharing. I’ll never get over your amazing wedding video!

    Have a great weekend.

    Hugs,
    –Amber

  10. heathypace

    What a beautiful ceremony Amber. The kale bouquet is just too cool!!! You and Matt look so great together.

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