It is fair to say that Hubby and I (and our parents) spent a small fortune on our wedding day.
We wanted it to be perfect. Naturally.
We spent the majority of our budget on the wedding venue (a country house) which included the food and drinks for 60 people. I am glad we did this really, as looking back through the photographs the building and setting looks stunning and impressive. Our honeymoon was also very expensive too – which was a very luxurious two-week trip to Thailand.
However. Saying that, there were also some items that we did on a serious budget. And areas that we made sure we saved money. Things we did ourselves, to keep costs down.
For some reason…out of nowhere…my Instagram account has crept up to 2k followers, in just under 12 months.
I am so shocked!
I must admit though, that I do love and totally adore this photo-sharing app. Out of all the social media channels it’s by far my favourite.
It is 10 years ago this week when Hubby and I first met and got together.
Here’s one of the very first photographs I have of that time. We look so young! This is us in Hubby’s flat in Chester – just after we had first met.
We have all just waved goodbye to my Sister, her little girl and little boy for their long journey home. As we watched them drive away from our house I had a few tears in my eyes. It has been SO nice having them to stay with us for a few days.
We’ve had so much fun and the weather has actually been OK. So we’ve spent a lot of time outdoors, in woods and parks, and in the garden.
Welcome back to Home Etc!
My co-host Caro — from The Twinkle Diaries — and I are once again absolutely delighted to be starting this little blog hop.
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