Thursday afternoon, the 19th of March, my wonderful sister-in-law Stacey, did my hair. I had a girl at MAC do my make-up and off we headed down to San Diego. Our photographer was taking Marc and I's pictures that day/evening so we didn't have to do a lot on Friday. My parents and his parents all got hotels down in San Diego near the temple. These are from that night!
Getting my dress on
Helping Marc with his tie
Gorgeous night shot of us in front of the temple!
The next morning.....
My dad... love him...
and his guns!
When I walked out the door to head to the temple, I walked out to this on our front door!
He heart attacked me and wrote the sweetest things on the hearts!
Us right out of the temple!
Walking to the group!
Our group photo of mostly everyone!
Marc and his siblings
Us with our parents
Me and the boys: Brett, Jaron, Spencer, Devin Brenden
Marc and the girls: Sammi, Amanda, Sissy, Chelsey, Gabby & Elyse
Me and the ladies!
The boys lookin fly
Me and my siblings
Love this temple
And this man
And our rings
My bouquet was SO big and SO heavy.... But so worth the hand cramps!
Im a little tea pot????? No clue haha
Our luncheon was held at Marc's aunt Debbie and uncle Buddy's house! They have a gorgeous house and backyard! My in-laws were in charge and did haystacks for lunch. It was nice and intimate with mostly just family and close friends who were at the sealing ceremony.
Some of my new sisters: Steph, Me, Elyse & Bree
We had our reception at the Northpark building in San Bernardino! The food was spectacular! I had 3 chocolate dipping stands with pink, white and milk chocolate to match the pink and black theme. We had a tent and TONS of fresh flowers everywhere! It was beautiful!
Us with Marc's parents
My dad and i striking a pose during the father/daughter dance
Marc and Terrie during the Mom/Son dance
Devin caught the garter
Gabby caught the bouquet
Off we go!!!
The decorated car..... that was a mess. We drove to my parents house to hose it off and to change before our drive to the Lawrence Welks Resort in Escondido.