I am not one of those people who can just walk into a wedding, grab a ring and have it ready to go.
My fiancee, Jennifer, had to do the legwork.
So did I. It was a long, painful process that involved us talking about our history together, our kids and our future.
After a lot of preparation, we finally hit the big time with our wedding dress.
Jennifer told me the dress was inspired by the gown worn by Marilyn Monroe.
It’s a dress from the 1920s and it’s been in the family since the 1920’s.
It has a deep red, lace bodice, a high neckline, a plunging neckline and a back that is made up of three layers of lace.
The dress has the vintage-inspired, bright colors that make it so unique.
I’m very proud of it.
I also love the way it is made and I hope you will be too.
For me, the main reason I wanted to wear the dress is because it’s a great way to show my partner that I love him.
For Jennifer, it was also a way to express her love for her husband, Jason.
The bride and groom both wear the same wedding dress, but Jennifer’s dress was the one she chose.
I’ve had the privilege of wearing a lot, so I thought it was only fitting that the bride wear a similar dress as well.
I hope to see you both in court in March.
I am so excited for this day.
Jennifer is married to my good friend, Jason D.