Well, it’s about that time again; I’m getting tired of this template/background, so I’m on the search for something different. If you have suggestions, feel free to share them. Should I go with a wedding theme? Something generic? Simple?
I have lots of things I want to talk about, but don’t want to bore you so I’ll list my topics and hopefully get to them sometime soon.
- Rings and Things (Hands On!)
Ok, so there aren’t too many, but I’ll get to them in due time.
As for now I’d like to talk about ceremony locations. In an ideal world, Kenny and I would like to get married outside, but seeing as how we have a February wedding and there’s no way to predict the weather, picking an outdoor local is kinda silly. With that said, we’re considering finding a venue where we can have both a ceremony and reception at the same location.
We both like this and I think my mom sees where we’re coming from, but my dad will have nothing of it. He doesn’t understand why we can’t get married in the Catholic church – Kenny’s family isn’t religious and doesn’t feel comfortable with it, and since he doesn’t have many opinions about the wedding, I’m taking the things he requests very seriously.
I’m trying to talk him through reasons why I’m doing the things I’m doing (e.g., It’s not just my wedding, it’s Kenny’s too; this is a celebration for us and our relationship, not about you), but I alos need to remember that A) he’s paying for it and B) I want to respect him.
He also doesn’t understand why a priest won’t be marrying us (see reason above about the Catholic church). We don’t have an officiant yet, but Kenny and I want him to reflect us and to be lighthearted and funny. I believe that God will be present at our wedding whether I get married at the Vatican, on top of a mountain, or in a hotel lobby. And as long as my friends, family, and Kenny are with me then that’s all that matters.
It’s still early in the planning process, so I’m sure things will all work out!
My parents would’ve had a baby lamb if I hadn’t gotten married in a church. It wasn’t really an issue because Eric is Catholic as well.
That said I like the sound of it being about you two because that’s really the way it should be. It would not help to have the groom/his family possibly feel uncomfortable.