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The garrison wedding was an epic four day wedding in the San Diego suburbs. It was everything you could ask for while also being a wedding every bit as much.
And it was a wedding that involved actual weddings, as opposed to weddings that just required a bunch of random flowers, cake, and a bunch of random people.
Our very own wedding was made up just that. We had the cake, flowers, and most of the wedding guests were random people. But we had a wedding with actual weddings.
The wedding was the culmination of six years of planning. Our friends and family got together for a wedding that was almost as much fun as the party we were attending. It was one of those weddings you can’t plan, but you can’t plan without knowing all the details. There were about a hundred guests, but we were the only ones who weren’t there just for the cake and the flowers. But we were there for all the best moments and the worst moments of our lives.
The best moments were the ones we shared together. The worst moments were the ones we didnt.
I mean, of course our plans were always changing, but at the same time we shared those plans with the people we trusted. I know this because I had just told my daughter that I was going to get married in three months. The only thing she had to say about it was, “Dad, we can’t wait to get married!” We were so excited to get married and all that.
The wedding, which was supposed to happen in March, was still booked in November. Because of that, the groom’s family was forced to cancel the wedding and go to the wedding right in the middle of the season. They had to reschedule the wedding date. All of this makes me wonder how hard the people who had to cancel the wedding were willing to push through the winter for a few weeks so they could get to the wedding.
This is not to say that the wedding went off without a hitch, but rather that it took so long to get it moving that it was actually more work for everyone. The wedding was not the only thing that took longer due to the aforementioned scheduling problems. It’s also worth noting that the wedding was scheduled in the first place because of the couple’s wedding plans, and the couple’s plans didn’t end up moving forward.
I think it would be safe to say that this is by far the most complicated wedding in the history of weddings, and I dont mean that in a bad way. I mean that in a good way. It was a long (and expensive) process to get it going, but we’re glad that it happened. In the end not only was the wedding a joy to go to, it also gave us something to watch out for going forward.
The big wedding was a full day of dancing, parties, and drinking. I mean, how long was it going to go on without us? The day ended with a big group photo shoot, and a bunch of drunk guys all with their arms around each other. It was hilarious.