Top 5 Favorite Moments of My Wedding Day

Our entire wedding day was pretty amazing, but there are five moments of the day that are particularly special to me:

Becoming Mr. and Mrs. Davis

Obviously the very best part of the day was the getting married part! Becoming husband and wife was a really special feeling for both of us. We've been talking about how nothing in our relationship necessarily feels "different" because we've been operating like a married couple for so long already ( joint bank account, car loans & insurance in both of our names, living together, etc. ); we just feel like getting married has cemented our relationship and made us even stronger.

Tyler's Reaction

I kept joking with Tyler's mom throughout our engagement, saying that if he didn't cry when I walked down the aisle, I was going to send him home to live with her. He didn't let me down! Watching him react to seeing me on our wedding day was the one thing that allllllmost made me cry during the ceremony. Happy tears, of course!

Pickle Rick

If you have not been blessed by the story of Three Men and a Pickle Rick, please go read it right now. Best. Moment. Ever. We love Rick and Morty, so the whole situation was super hilarious to us. Plus, we had been talking about Rick and Morty earlier in the weekend with my mom's boyfriend and my sister. It was just this weird, awesome, funny coincidence.

The Shoe Game

I had never heard of this wedding reception game until planning our wedding, but I'm so glad that we decided to do it! The Shoe Game is a super fun and hilarious Q&A type of game that the bride and groom play in front of their guests, answering questions like "who is the better cook?" and "who wears the pants in the relationship?" I explain more details of the game here, if you want to know more!

Anniversary Dance

I loved the Anniversary Dance for two reasons: we danced to (I've Had) The Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing, which is one of my all-time favorite songs, and it was super fun to watch all of the couples dance. If you aren't familiar with the Anniversary Dance, all couples are called out to the dance floor, then the DJ eliminates them by saying "if you aren't married, please leave the dance floor... If you've been married for a year or less, please leave the dance floor..." etc. until there's only one couple remaining. My grandparents were last standing—they'll have been married for 50 years in February!

If you're married, what are some of your favorite memories from your wedding day? I'd love to hear from you in the comments!

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