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Wedding Pics-Take Two!

Bride and Groom
Dad and me getting our Vulcan on!
My amazing shoes and book bouquet!


The Boys acting out Rocky

My poodle skirt flower girls

Centerpieces and favors


  1. Gorgeous! LOVE the pink and black! :D

  2. You look great! I love the poodle skirts!

  3. I love the theme, it's very unique, and you look great! Congrats on the marriage!

  4. You had so many great details and items that were unique to your wedding. I just love how they all work together!

  5. I love the theme. It's so unique! And I WANT your shoes.

  6. You look beautiful! Congrats!

  7. OMG I seriously love your shoes....And I seriously love the guestbook idea, so creative!

  8. OMG, those shoes are SO cute! You can totally wear them all of the time. : )

  9. Aw, I love it all. The shoes are cute, and you and your husband are adorable.

    I still say I'm stealing your "guest book" idea. So cool!


  10. Wow!!! You are just glowing. Congratulations.
    What a unique twist & what FUN!!!

  11. This looks like it was such a fun wedding, and you look very happy! Congratulations :D

  12. I'm so behind but congratulations!
    The pictures look so beautiful.

  13. Lovely wedding! And I really want your shoes. :D


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