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Friday, 15 December 2017

Mr & Mrs Fox

Hello Humans! So today I wanted to delve into my personal bubble and share with you a few of my favourite images of my cousin's wedding in September!

On 15th September 2017, I had the honour of being part of my cousin Amy's wedding to the love of her life Jamie. I wrote a couple of blog posts last year (I'll like them as they're not on my blog - lol I need to sort that shit out), all about the planning and stuff like that. But now that it's over and the emotional roller coaster is over, Amy and I are still reeling over the big day and now that the pictures have finally been handed over, I can finally write this post.



I mean, LOOK AT THIS EFFING VIEW! Yes, this was the view from the VILLA that the wedding was held at!! HOW GORGE!

And here are a few photos that I loved from the most beautiful day this year:






















These are honestly just a few from the day. And I have the last five to share in a different post, because this was honestly the most nervous I've ever been in my entire life: my maid of honour speech.







When I first saw these pictures of me during my speech last week, I was shocked. Before this speech, when Jamie began his Groom speech and then my uncle Chris did the Father of the Bride speech; I was a literal mess. My stomach was in knots, my hands were shaking and my heart was pounding. I'm an introvert really, although my family wouldn't really ever describe me as that. Public speaking is not something I enjoy, nor do I ever volunteer to do. Even in school I hated doing projects in front of the class or even in drama performances, I'd be petrified until it was my turn. 

Look at my face in the last picture and see the actual relief of it being over. I somehow managed to conquer my fear of public speaking and why? Because my cousin/sister wanted me to do a speech for her. She asked me and I couldn't say no. So if you're ever scared of doing something, just remember: you can do it. No matter what you think and how much you think you can't: you can. 



And that is all! I hope you enjoyed my post about the best holiday ever and the most gorgeous wedding I've ever attended. 

Comment below letting me know what you think of the pictures. :)



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