Saturday, June 20, 2009

a little late...

I never did follow up on my "i said yes" post so here it is. Groovy completely surprised me and proposed to me on Christmas. The silver band he presented with a "will you marry me? circle yes or no" note were pure perfection. Very apropos, not only because we share moments of silliness together, but also because we first met during our high school years. (Not that we went to the same school, so there would have been no note passing between us but just the symbolism.) The silver band, which I now wear on my right hand was the perfect placeholder until we went out and found the perfect ring together. It truly was a surprise considering I had all but given up on the idea of marriage, or at least I was trying to convince myself of that.

Now we are planning a simple, yet personal wedding. Thus far a tentative guest list is made, a vague date is set, the wedding favor is possibly decided on, a hiking honeymoon idea is a potential plan and I am finally getting past my wedding planning panic attacks. Luckily, I'm not a bridy-bride. I really want to keep it simple. Honestly, the most important thing is becoming Mrs. Groovy. That will be my name, right? ;)

4 comments:

Jacki said...

What a beautiful ring, very unique.

Melissa said...

Thank you. Now the problem is, finding a band that will go with it.

Brandi said...

congratulations. :-)

I didn't like wedding planning either. fortunately, a friend of mine was starting a wedding planning business and cut me a deal. Thank god because otherwise I would have said eff this, I quit two weeks into it.

so I understand. best of luck on your wedding and the process. If you ever need to bounce ideas off of someone who's been there-I"m an email away. :-)

giniwinilokokukuhaha said...

oh, the hiking thing is a totally awesome idea.

i just found out that lavender is a natural mosquito repellent and the johnson & johnson makes a "stress" lotion (yep, ya guessed it, "lavender") that will not only keep the blood suckers off you, but makes you smell nicer than DEET!

congrats, mr & mrs G!!!