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Getting our vows!

Well, it's arrived! The book with the ceremony in it, with the choices of vows etc in it!

Actually, it arrived on Monday, but I've so ill this week that I haven't had chance to get all hyper about it just yet.

Me and Yorkie have had a flick through it, and there are some bits that we both really like, but we want to have a good long indepth look together so we're waiting till next week before we make any choices because he's got a weeks holiday starting Monday and we can give it our full undivided attention then.

There are spaces within the plan for 3 readings. Mum wants to read a sonet, which means that Dad wants to read someting (heaven forbid that he should be out shone by my mother) which leaves a potential third slot if Yorkie wants anyone to read something, maybe one of his family members, or perhaps Ozz who seems to like doing readings at peoples weddings (he was very good at Ray & Sarah's last year), or anyone else for that matter if Yorkie wants it.

It's just another step towards making this wedding real, looking at vows and mulling over in my head what I want to say. There's always the option of wrtting our OWN vows, which sounds lovely and romantic, but I'm not too sure about actually trying. How embarasing would it be if - under the pressure of the moment - I forgot the vows that I wrote myself!!!

We think we've got the entertainment half sorted, so now we need to find a photographer, and mum wants us to have a videographer too. I assume that one company will be abnle to provide both. The car people have finally got back in touch with mum so that's another thing provisionally booked too.

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