Monday, August 23, 2010

I'm Married!

I haven't posted anything for a while. My last post was so long ago that I'm a completely different man than my previous posting self.... Now I am MR. Temple of Groom. That's right. I'm MARRIED! What an awesome whirlwind the last few weeks have been. What an incredible release of stress. I can't wait to tell you everything. Ceremony details, things I learned, etc etc... I think this week will be filled with blog posts!

There's so much to cover. I can now give you details to things I didn't want to talk about on the blog, which wound up being a smart decision. I quickly realized that more of my invited guests read my blog than I originally thought. The fact that I broadcasted that I was going to wear converse shoes with my suit caused more confusion with my male invitees than it should have. "We know that the invitation says 'cocktail attire' but we also know that David plans to wear converse with his suit, does this mean we can wear t-shirts?" I'm slightly exaggerating, but it did cause issues. SO, I left out a lot of my wedding details with the knowledge that soon after the wedding happened I would post about them. And it will keep me blogging for a little while.

I'm trying to think of the best plan of attack to post I do one huge post about the wedding, do I post about things in chronological order?

For now, I just want to post that I'm married. It was the best day of my life. Everything was so perfect. The day was flawless. The day couldn't have been more catered to Rebecca and me.... god, I wish we could do it all over again.



    Love the picture!

    I agree with you on the revealing too much stuff. guests are easily confused :)

  2. Congratulations!

    I'm brand spankin' new to your blog. (Better late than never.) You were recommended by Bret who writes over at All Things 'Zilla.

    Anyway, just wanted to share that I got married the weekend before you guys did, and over at my blog I feel like I want to share EVERY bit of life-altering wisdom and joy that I experienced on the wedding day and during the honeymoon. But because it's just way too much and too special to summarize in one post, I've decided to write about different aspects of the experience here and there in a very organic way.

    Also, I'm wondering what your plans are for the future of this blog? I just got here and I'm wondering if the party's over. (Sigh.)

  3. @Kim NYC - the party is definitely not over! I really feel like it's just beginning of a different phase of my blog. I have more to talk about after the wedding happened than I ever did before! We'll see what happens when I get tired of writing about my wedding - but for now, I don't really see how that'll happen.... I'll ride this wave for a while!

  4. Congrats! We were wondering how you got on... glad to hear it all went well.

  5. Loved your wedding and I'd do it again for was so perfectly you two and I haven't been to a wedding like that in a long time! You guys ROCK!

  6. I understand that it's an overwhelming feeling. After going through so much planning, stress, checking lists, and then rechecking again, and making all guests comfortable, and making everything go perfect, when you ultimately feel it's over and had been perfect as you planned, it's actually a big big relief. More over the feeling of "ok, I am now married" is a great one.