Chad Baker did such a lovely job of officiating. We really liked him. You'd never guess that he was in pain from a back injury. He was worried that it would show in the pictures. Isn't the Gastonian gorgeous? Jim had them light a fire in the fireplace for the ceremony. I thought that was sooo romantic!
If anyone has any question about whether Jim truly wanted to get married, I'd say this picture says it all. He wanted to get married. I love how he's looking at me.
Okay... Yeah... I am in complete awe of my husband and totally in love.
Here I am putting his ring on his finger.
Here I'm laughing because I couldn't get it on, and I looked up at Jim and said "Help me!" Looking back, I think it's completely appropriate that I said that, because he has always been there to help me no matter what.
Okay... I'm not sure what my expression was about there, maybe I was still struggling to get his ring on. I know I did feel guilty for a split second that I couldn't do it.
This is one of my favorite pictures... It's the part where the pastor says, "you may kiss the bride." It was our first kiss as husband and wife.
Of course, we hugged following the kiss.
And then at last turning around to be announced as Mr. & Mrs. James Clark... Since it was just the two of us, our photographer and our videographer, I laughed a bit. But look at how proud Jim looks.
Our wedding was everything I dreamed it would be. Incredibly romantic, very intimate, and extremely personal. Jim was so handsome and so debonair. I felt beautiful. I loved my dress. I loved everything about the day. But most of all, I love my husband with all my heart, and I'm so glad he asked me to marry him!
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