So here goes... I thought I would start this little bio in the hopes of being of assistance to other brides, mainly through my rather out of control internet usuage and the ability to price check and hunt down about anything my mind that come up with. So enough of that, I guess I'll start at the beginning and let you know how the planning has gone so far.
This is not my first rodeo, and when I say that, I am sure that you all know what I mean... yes, you are correct, this is my second marriage. And this time around, not only did I find the right guy, but I am going to have a wedding my way. No more FIL's attacking my choice of music, favors, colors, or wedding festivities. In fact, my actual family members may be in for a few surprises the day of my wedding! I could not be more excited for everything to be what I envisioned my perfect day to be- from the dress, to the flowers, to every little detail. This time, I am calling the shots (of course with the help of my fiance ) and I could not be more thrilled.
The Happy Couple
To start, I might as well add a picture of the two of us. I know that sometimes it is nice to put a face to a name. This was taken from a ranch in Montana. Although I had never been to Montana, I was blown away by this state's beauty.
My fiance and I became engaged just about two months ago and due to many reasons (the biggest being who wouldn't love a vacation at a tropical location while we tie the knot ) we decided to get married in Puerto Morelos at the Now Jade. The wedding will be held on 4/12/13. This decision was relatively easy being that pretty much as soon as we got engaged there was a webinar held by Tammy which provided information on the Now Resorts, the packages, the details, etc. After I attended, I realized that this is the hotel that I had wanted to stay at during my last visit to Mexico (we elected to stay in Cancun instead) and felt that based on the wonderful reviews and awesome property we couldn't go wrong. Hotel booked.
I have always had a passion for bright colors... to me they represent happiness and life. I have always loved the color orange, so why not incorporate it into my wedding. For a while I was torn between accenting with blue or fuschia, but ultimately decided on fuschia as it is feminine and bright as well.