Let’s relive the greatest day of our lives… Our wedding video has arrived!
We actually received 2 copies of the DVD and I took it home for my parents to watch and 2 weeks later they still have not watched it! Dad said, “I was there; why do I need to watch it!” Hahaha, that’s my parents for you. Matt’s mom on the other hand is so excited. We dropped off a copy last night and she probably stayed up late watching it; I bet she’ll even want to show it at the Sunday family dinner! No need, mom! Our video really is memories to last a lifetime and while I do not plan to watch it all the time, hopefully one day we will be able to show it to our kids!
I know photography and videography takes a huge chunk out of your wedding budget, but I highly recommend both because after all is said and done, that’s really what you have left to remember the day by. It all goes so fast, literally in the blink of an eye, so I’m happy we decided to do both. When planning your wedding, it is important to prioritize what is most important to you: photography, videography, food, entertainment and so forth. Since it is a one time only event – I say make the best of it and you’ll find a way to make it happen! Dreams do come true, just have to work for it!!!
Now, I really need to get started on my thank you notes – let me tell you, that is one daunting task which reminds me of my “road to a 1001 cranes“. The cranes took me a whopping 10 months to finish; hopefully I’m a lot quicker with these thank you cards. I write one or two and my hand is so sore! Don’t worry though, I will get them done – they will be perfect and meaningful and full of our most sincerest and deepest appreciation to all who joined physically and spiritually! We love everyone!
Greatest. Day. Ever.