Wedding Wednesday that is!
We are exactly 2 months from the wedding today, 60 days until I get to marry the love of my life. The final countdown is on, and there is so much left to do, but I am beyond thrilled that much sooner than later I will be a wife.
Right now, we're working on all of the little details, those little things that will make our wedding uniquely ours. One of the first things we decided when we started talking about the wedding was that we wanted to remember our loved ones who have passed, but didn't want a memorial ceremony. We wanted something that was for us, to remind us that they were with us. We're opting for memorial charms on my bouquet and on Anthony's boutonniere. We just bought them this week and they will end up looking something along the lines of this...
My bouquet will have three charms on it, one for my grandpa, my poppy (my grandpa on my mom's side), and my uncle. Anthony will have one charm on his in memory of his grandma. All of these people played such influential roles in our lives and we want their memory to play a part in our special day.
The other thing I've been focused on this week is our guestbook. I want to go non-traditional on this, and I've seen some great ideas floating around the internet.
So many incredible ideas, but right this moment, I'm leaning towards the last one. It's something that I would totally hang on my wall after the wedding and be able to look at all the time.
What do you think? If you're engaged, what special touches are you adding to your wedding? If you're married, what do you remember most?