Friday, November 12, 2010

Hello Mrs. Jansen

Hi hi!! Well, I'm married off now and all official and loving getting used to a new name. I had an amazing wedding and an amazing honeymoon. That is why I have been so absent from my blog! Here are a few photos from the wedding. All photos by the amazing Souders of Souder Photography:




My honey and I honeymooned in Ireland and Scotland for 2 weeks. We could not have had a more amazing time. Scotland is literally a magical place, I think. And Ireland could not have been more fun, beautiful, and filled with friendly people and laughter...and of course lots of Guinness. Our wedding proved to be an amazing event where both of our families really came together and had a blast. I think our friends and other guests also had fun, especially according to the Crazy Booth photos :)

If I were to ever give any advice to a bride, it would simply be this. Make your wedding about your loved ones having fun together and you can't go wrong!!! We had a picnic on the Saturday after the wedding to hang out further with our families. I'm so glad we did this! We could all unwind after the big event and share a bit more time together.

I hope everyone is having a great fall. Mine, I couldn't ask for more during this, my favorite season of the year.

xoxo
Mrs. Jansen

3 comments:

Nana Go-Go said...

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Jansen!Your photos are amazing. Where about in Scotland were you? I live here!

Laura said...

Thank you! We visited Edinburgh (lovely and magical!), Speyside (our new favorite area in the world, I think!!) and toured the Macallan Distillery. Then we finished our time in Scotland in Glasgow. We LOVED touring the Glasgow School of Art. We love your country!!

Nana Go-Go said...

I`m only half-an-hour away from Edinburgh!I used to live,work and socialise there in my younger days!Yes, Speyside is indeed picturesque and the Glasgow School of Art is stunning. Pity you couldn`t have visited the Burrell Collection too - worth a visit next time!I`m making another cowl from your pattern since my sister liked the first one I did so much I was forced to give it to her!Good Luck in Life, Laura. Lovely to talk to you.