So I have a confession. I have kind of been procrastinating updating the blog because I have so much fun stuff to talk about. How do I summarize the best three weeks ever!? I’m gonna break it down and talk about the actual wedding first.
The day of the wedding was absolutely perfect. I could not have asked for a more beautiful day. We had to coordinate arriving at Noah’s so that Jazz and I wouldn’t run into each other. The ceremony was short and sweet- it all just went by so quickly! Walking down the aisle with my dad was a special moment. I felt so shiny and happy- I was totally happy with my dress and hair, everything came together just perfectly. I will never forget seeing Jazz’s face as I came outside and walked towards him. No kind of distraction could have interrupted that eye contact! The bishop said some really nice things, and before I knew it we were exchanging rings and being introduced as Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen!
The reception was lovely. The food was delicious, the decor was really nice, and it was awesome to see all of our family and friends who came to support us. The cake that Morgan made was freaking so tasty- it was so so good. I wanted to eat all of it. One of my favorite moments of the night was dancing with my dad. The song was perfect for us- and I know I will cherish that dance forever. I really loved introducing everyone to Jazz and it was really nice to meet his friends and family.
As things were winding down, I just couldn’t believe how fast the day had come and gone. I was so tired from the whole day I could barely stand up. Jazz helped me into the car and we drove away! As we got about fifteen minutes towards Salt Lake, Jazz said, “I’m really impressed Mic, you packed so light!” Thinking in my mind about the giant suitcase I had loaded into my car that morning I replied, “um…no I didn’t. We are missing my suitcase.” We laughed and turned around and went back to pick up all my stuff.
And now- I have a husband! How weird is that? Sometimes I still say “boyfriend” accidentally, and I have to correct myself. I wouldn’t change anything about our wedding day, I think it was perfect!