Monday, April 13, 2009

Michael and I got married!


The wedding ceremony and the following cocktail party were both more amazing (this word was chosen deliberately) than we could have imagined possible, but I don't have time to write about it before we leave for our holiday in Hawaii. There will be more photos and some reflection soon, I promise.

11 comments:

sarah said...

have a wonderful honeymoon! i'm so happy for you two! and i can't stop thinking of those gluten-free wedding cupcakes...yum!

nanders said...

i love you and you're awesome!!

brie said...

It was truly a wonderful wedding. I felt like it completely captured the spirit of both you and Michael. It was a pleasure and an honour to be a part of even if I had to dash off right after your vows to change from my jeans into a dress! What can I say, I have impeccable timing. But...really, it was beautiful and I can't convey how happy it made me feel to be there and bear witness to your nuptials. And also to finally meet Shannon. Wootie woot! You've got some lovely people in your life. Have fun in Hawaii!

robyn. said...

it all looks so wonderful. remember, i expect a complete walk through of the many, many photos when i visit this summer.

Imtiaz said...

wish i could've been there.
but at least i can see that it was an amazing party with pretty people in pretty clothing.
i miss you!!!!
have a wonderful time in hawaii.
x

Anonymous said...

Did you register anywhere, E? Inquiring minds want to know....

Erin said...

Thanks everyone! Linda (I suspect it's you who is asking), we didn't register anywhere, but don't worry about gifts. You took me out for lunch, remember?

Lydia said...

Cute photos! May I suggest you start a Flickr pool, for those of us who don't use Facebook?

Anonymous said...

Yes, but maybe others would also like to know...so, was one of your gifts an immersion blender, by any chance??

Erin said...

Oh, I see :) No, we didn't get the blender in the end...

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