Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Wedding Memories & A Third Anniversary

Three weeks ago today, Tim and I celebrated our 3rd wedding anniversary. I took the day off from work and we spent the day together pretty low key with a couple fun stops including Pearl's Cupcake Shoppe and dinner (aka 2 artichoke moussakas) at Stella's.

We both agreed how the time since has seemed to pass quickly, and also enjoyed reminiscing over just how much has changed — a new career path, one college graduation and another college start, a new baby in the family, selling our old house, trips to NYC, the United Kingdom, Italy, Mexico and now Budapest. It's enough to fill more than three years and we're eager to see what the future holds — most of all, finding out together.

With every June that rolls back around, I enjoy taking a peek back through our archive of wedding photos. Doing so inevitably brings favorite memories rushing back, that same reminder of just how much has changed and with each year that passes, different snapshots seem to pop up as new favorites. This year it was the candid, smaller moments and smiles that seemed to speak in new ways:

While we celebrated 3 years of marriage, on our anniversary we toasted to the 12 years our relationship has grown over. Perhaps cliche, but one of the sticking pieces of advice we got while planning our wedding was how marriage only begins with the wedding — it's the way time is spent cultivating the experiences and relationship after the wedding that defines the nature of your marriage.

Thanks for taking the time to stop in and share in a few favorite wedding memories with us today. If you're interested in strolling further down memory lane, you can peek through the photos from both our ceremony in the Edgar Allen Poe Museum garden and wedding party at The Roosevelt.

All of the images in today's post were captured by our talented wedding photographer, Tori Watson.

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