Dear 100 Hour Board,
What was your wedding day like. What is one thing you would change looking back?
-My Name Here
I talked about my wedding day in Board Question #90076 (and I believe most of the married writers have written about their weddings, as well, so if you do some searching you should be able to find all their answers).
One thing I would change is getting pictures with the whole temple behind us! Somehow it slipped our photographer's mind, and I didn't think to ask for it because I had other things on my mind, but we didn't get any pictures with the entire temple in the background, which makes me regretful every time I think about it.
Dear Marriage-Needing Human,
As of writing time, my wedding day was ten days ago. Even now, it kind of feels like a blur. I got up, met Vienna at the temple, smiled as we listened to our sealer talk about how he and his wife served in Florida (Vienna and I did as well, if you didn't know already), MARRIED THE HECK OUT OF THAT BEAUTIFUL GIRL, took lots of pictures, ate some lunch, escaped with Vienna to a park where there were no noisy family members, drove to Vienna's house, sat wearily on an armchair, drove to the reception, greeted approximately one million people (including our very own Spectre, Tally M, and Ardilla Feroz), asked Vienna's aunt how the whole cake-cutting-and-eating business went, danced with Vienna, changed into sneaky clothes, left the reception, went and got some free comics (HECK YEAH WE STILL TOOK ADVANTAGE OF FREE COMIC BOOK DAY), went to the hotel, then collapsed, basically.
I don't really have any regrets; mostly I just wish I could have slept more in the two days previous but, hey, that's just kind of how things shake down sometimes.