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End of my Wedding Season

I took a week off for a little vacation to celebrate my cousin getting married and it was fabulous!  This wedding marks the end of my being a guest at weddings for the year.  Officially, I was supposed to be in attendance in 5 weddings this past year, but 2 got erased from the list (one couple eloped- boo, one broke up- yay!).  I had a blast at the remaining 3 though. 

This past wedding was a destination wedding and the first of this type I have ever attended.  It was held at the Atlantis resort in the Bahamas (you'll get a full report on this place later).  I will say the major perk of the resort was the discounted room fee, it was like 60% off which was awesome since most are only around 15%.

The wedding itself was beautiful, but still traditional.  I think I would've opted for the 100% beach theme if I were to do it versus having the traditional dress for myself and the wedding party.  Also, I know it is a public beach, but I think security should've stepped in to block people from walking in the back during the ceremony.  Some people have no respect (cue Rodney Dangerfield).

Anyhoo, it is great to be back for a little bit before I'm off on my final family vacation this summer.

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