Saturday, July 11, 2009

A Wedding Day for the History Books

Two weeks to the day, I was Julianna Hallworth.
Now, I am delightfully referred to as Julianna Morlet.

Relaxing. Amazing. Beautiful. Christ-centered. Smooth. Fun. Perfect. These are the words that describe our wedding day. It is definitely one for history books. With 600 friends and family surrounding us, I felt so much love, hope, and happiness from the hearts of people who have been praying for us, loving on us, and encouraging us through this journey. But the thing that I am most satisfied in my heart about is that not one single person could have walked away that day doubting they heard the message of Jesus Christ and the purpose of His Church. The ceremony was exquisite. Tyson and I could not stop talking about it our whole honeymoon. The way everything flowed and the words of wisdom all the pastors had for us (there were four of them) made our wedding the most memorial day in my life. The Lord was most definitely the focal point and for that we are grateful. It was our prayer that nothing would distracted from such. And I believe that prayer was answered.

We also could not have asked for a better bridal party. With 11 bridesmaids and 10 groomsmen, 4 flower girls, and 2 ring bearers, let’s just say, the party never ceased to amaze me. They were so much fun, they were so incredibly helpful in all the preparation and day of set-up, and we love each and every one of them so dearly. We definitely raised some eyebrows when we would tell people how many were in our wedding party, but I wouldn’t change it for the world.

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