There truly aren’t even words to descried what the best day of your life feels like. Getting to marry your best friend and knowing you will spend the rest of your life together is such an incredible feeling. On top of that, you have all your friends and family there to share this special day, making it all the more remarkable. Matt and I had such a fun time planning our wedding and yes, I would be lying if I said it wasn’t crazy stressful at times. When you feel overwhelmed, it is important to remember the reason of marriage, and why you are even planning a wedding in the first place. My goal for the wedding was to create a rustic ballroom theme (these two don’t exactly go together so it wasn’t the easiest to accomplish!) and utilize a soft, neutral pallet with touches of gold. I hope you enjoy looking at the pictures as much as we do, and if you missed yesterday’s post it featured a lot of fun decor!
Never in my life have I danced so hard, smiled so much and absolutely loved every single second and would not change a thing! Life as a Kremer has been perfect and I cannot wait to see what the future has in store!
I was so excited to be married I forgot to grab my bouquet from my MOH!!
My parents surprised us with a bagpiper which I always water at my wedding, I was shocked!
My MOH and I, roommates all throughout college 🙂
My cutie pops during his speech, I just love him to pieces!
Our friends from college started a tradition that we take a picture with this flag at each wedding and then the couple signs it and passes it on to the next couple!
Kremer family huddle!
A tradition in Matt’s fraternity is to end every wedding with the song “Shout” as beer (or silly string) is tossed into the air. I figured, hey why not just embrace it!
Wedding Gown – Stefan Jolie, Bijou Bridal
Bridal Jewelry – BHLDN
Bridesmaid Dresses – Donna Morgan
Hadley’s Tutu – Etsy
Flowers – Market Fresh Flowers
Make-up – Victoria Roggio, Make Me Up Pretty
Hair – Amanda D’Andrea
Invitations – Minted
Decor – BHLDN
Hotel – Hotel Monaco, Philadelphia
Photography – Rachel Pearlman