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2 days of wedding anticipation

On the 2nd day before my wedding…

I woke up early, but stayed in bed. I nestled in more comfortably and treasured all kinds of thoughts in my heart. This has been such a wonderful wedding week and I know that the best is yet to come. I thanked God for what has been and what will be.
I went out to breakfast with my mom and dad. I drank strong coffee and ate eggs benedict. And, we got to celebrate when my brother Colin texted us to say that he had been offered a job after several months of searching. God is so good!
Back at home, we opened the doors and trunks of all three cars to load up flowers and other items for the wedding. Once the packing was done, we drove in a caravan to the farm, where we opened all the doors and trunks again to unload everything.
Mary, wedding facilitator extraordinaire, directed our efforts as we worked into the early afternoon, transforming the front of the barn. After a delightful lunch break at Greenfire, we continued working through the afternoon. We arranged all of the flowers for the centerpieces and Ben, Andrew and Eric built a chuppah, or bridal canopy.
I cannot believe how beautiful everything is looking. I am so thankful that God has blessed me with such a creative husband and an amazing wedding planner. I am already enjoying the fruits of their labors and I know that all of our guests will too.

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