March 7, 2020
This is the day we said “I do,” surrounded by all of our favorite people. It was beautiful and fun, and it was also the last Saturday before the country announced a stay at home order for an indefinite amount of time. Our Burgess family of three (yes, we’re counting our pup Tucker!) took on our new “normal” of living together under one roof, social distancing from the rest of the world, and learning to prepare dinners that weren’t frozen pizza. Luckily this unexpected start to our marriage gave us plenty of time to reminisce about our wedding day and how special it was to share it with all of our people. No masks, no six feet rules. Just a lot of love, laughing, dancing, and enjoying God’s gift of community.
I love how God’s greatest gifts are wrapped up as people. Here is how our friends and family poured their love over us by helping us on our wedding day.
There are things we did and wish we thought of when planning our wedding. Here are 17 of those things that the internet didn’t teach me.
telling a story through video of the happiest day
While I do enjoy spending time at home alone, this season has really started to impact my mental health. I’m not sure what I did to deserve a husband who is so full of patience and grace. Every single night. Seriously, just as the Lord has taught him, he too turns mourning to dancing. A couple … Continue reading the in-betweens
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