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Three years deep


It's hard to believe that yesterday was our 3rd wedding anniversary. It only dawned on us a couple days previously that our anniversary was fast approaching, so while we didn't do much yesterday it was still a lovely day of comfort food, couch cuddles, movies and mulled wine; Robert adores mulled wine and mince pies and therefore both were served after our ceremony to our guests on our cold and rainy wedding day three years ago. However, since Robert and I were rushed off to have our photos taken immediately after our ceremony, not a drop or crumb was left for us to enjoy when we returned indoors. Massive welp. So yesterday we celebrated with a killer batch of mulled wine made by Robert and some mince pies. Patience is a virtue?

Today is also a great day as it's Canadian Thanksgiving, so I think we'll indulge in another round of mulled wine with pumpkin pie and a bit of a feast with my family. Hell yes. 

If you'd like, you can see a bit more about our big day way back when here. And happy Thanksgiving if you're celebrating! 

7 comments:

  1. Happy Anniversary! I love this picture of you two! And as I've just commented on your old post, I'm so glad I've finally seen the pictures, can't believe I missed that post back then! xx

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    1. Hahahaha oh you! In fairness, I didn't post our wedding pictures in a timely manner (usually it takes the photographer a couple months to edit and send the final pictures). xx

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  2. Happy anniversary! Just had a snoop at the photos and the whole thing looked amazing, LOVE the hydrangeas!! Side-note, it was our fourth anniversary on the 7th, October weddings rule!haha ;)

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  3. Happy anniversary! Just had a snoop at the photos and the whole thing looked amazing, LOVE the hydrangeas!! Side-note, it was our fourth anniversary on the 7th, October weddings rule!haha ;)

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    1. Aww, happy anniversary to you too! And I totally agree; October weddings kick absolute ass :D

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  4. Awwww YOU TWO!!!! (I missed this post, can you tell? Dammit!) I just checked out the pics of your wedding and you guys just looked all kinds of wonderful and the details were just spectacular!! Awww you two are just too freaking cute and you really did look SO BEAUTIFUL - can't believe you made your own veil, you clever crafty thing you. Everything was gorgeous and the hydrangeas!! Yessss! And the film table numbers - genius (some of my favourites in there) :D Awesomesauce. I hate that it's taken me this long to 'know' you ;) xxx

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    1. Hahahaha thanks Kimbo. It's so strange because I look back at our wedding and think about how many things I'd change about it. We would have had a much smaller wedding (even though we only invited 80, which is considered a tiny wedding. Apparently), and would've loved to have had a bespoke meal. Something dark and wonderful; borscht starter, squid ink risotto main, and something black and maybe flammable for dessert. Alas, we still had a great day, but I can't help but think what I would have done differently (I believe this is a common wedding thought).

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