Sunday, 14 May 2017

What I have learnt in my first year of marriage



So today is my first wedding anniversary. My husband and I (I do love saying that) have now experienced one year of blissful marriage.

What have I learnt in my first year of marriage?

Absolutely nothing that I didn't already know. 

I knew from the minute I first laid eyes on him, that I wanted to be with this man forever.

I knew that we were perfect for each other.

I knew that, despite the fact that when we we first met, I lived in London and he lived in Leeds, we were going to make it work.

and I knew that neither of us had ever experienced love or a relationship like this before.

Our wedding was perfect, well, apart from my husband falling victim to a bug that both my daughter and I had the week before the wedding. He spent the night before and the morning of the wedding being extremely ill. Poor guy, he didn't eat any of the wedding breakfast, in fact he didn't eat anything for about three days after the wedding either, thats how sick he was.

It was so great to see my London family and friends mixing with all the friends I have made in Yorkshire. Both sides really enjoyed meeting each other and some great friendships were created on that day.


Quite possibly, my wedding day was my favourite day of my life.

Do you want to see some pictures?

I've never shared these ones before, so I hope you enjoy.




wedding table

We got married on Eurovision so what else could our theme be but music?


black and white groomsmen picture

 Men doing mens stuff.

black and white back of wedding dress

I absolutely loved my dress and I knew I really wanted a train, it hitched up in the evening but LOOK AT IT.

wedding picture

 One of my best friends, Katy, fixing my veil after it came off.



Look, it is the beautiful Lynnette Peck, not only did I marry a man I met on twitter but I have made some friends via twitter that I consider friends for life.

shoes painted with music notes and flowers

 My husband handprinted these shoes as a wedding gift for me. Musical theme and the colour matches my hair and the colour scheme. These shoes were actually white, he changed the colour to look like music paper. How clever is he?


seating plan

 Yes, we had our own logo. The perks of marrying a graphic designer. He created everything.


two hands wearing wedding rings
My father died many years ago, so my brother gave me away, but the charm bracelet wrapped around my bouquet was a gift from my dad to my mum so it felt like he was there too.

group shot of bride groom and family celebrating

Family, every single person who came to celebrate our big day with us. We are so pleased and proud to have been surrounded by people who love and support us. Whether they travelled from miles away or from close by, we were touched by everyones best wishes and love on the day and ever since.


I had the best wedding day and today we are celebrating our first anniversary as a family.


Have a great day, I hope you love the pictures as much as I enjoyed the day.







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5 comments

  1. What lovely photos, and happy anniversary to you both!
    Also, you got married on Eurovision? Does that mean you *shocked face* MISSED Eurovision that year????

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  2. These are lovely pictures Kellie. Everything is so unique.

    Em

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  3. Happy anniversary to YOU! You looked sooo happy and these pics are awesome. :)

    T

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  4. Wow, the pics are amazing!
    It seems really an amazing wedding you did!

    XOXO

    Cami

    www.paillettesandchampagne.com

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  5. Happy Anniversay Kellie and glad you've had such a wonderful year! xx

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