Since I Spent Money Already, Let Me Just Show It Off~

I mentioned how we got married by going into debt in Financial Snapshot post. I already confessed my sins and am currently trying to live a new life. But since I already spent the money and had a beautiful wedding that I wanted, I thought I should just show it off. The money that we’ve been and are going to continue to payoff had only one day to shine. So showing it to you guys will make me feel like I’m getting the money’s worth. Here are few pictures taken from our wedding day.

In the limo

In the limo

Our programs

Our programs

Ceremony set up

Ceremony set up

To take group pictures with all the friends

To take group pictures with all the friends

Reception

Reception

I tried to put pictures without showing our faces too much just because I want to remain somewhat faceless on this blog. I don’t know how long that decision will last since from hundreds of pictures from our wedding day, I had real trouble finding pictures without plainly showing our faces and I don’t know how to block our faces off (I’m computer illiterate.). But for now, this is what it is. I’ll try to post more pictures from our honeymoon and such in a later post. Have a great weekend~

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7 thoughts on “Since I Spent Money Already, Let Me Just Show It Off~

  1. Your wedding looked so elegant – loved the detail of the programs, as well (and the colors!). If you’re taking requests, I’d love to see pics of the dress and cake. 😉 Even in the haziness of the pics, you looked beautiful!

  2. Pingback: Wedding Dress and Cake | Michelle's Finance Journal

  3. Beautiful pictures! The limo picture is really cool! We didn’t have a limo for our wedding, rather rented two SUV’s so we could drive them ourselves and have access to them all day. I’ve never actually been in a limo….hmm should add that to my ”when I’m debt free bucket list”

    • That was my one and only time I’ve been in a limo. It was cool and I got a pretty good deal from attending one of the bridal shows. But it’s definitely not a must have, so you didn’t miss out too much.
      I never thought of having a debt free bucket list, but this is a great idea. I need to sit down and think about that. Thanks~

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