Texan MaMa has a fun little linky going on this week, and Rachel's TST is always a lot of fun. After reading Texan MaMa's write up about her lovely wedding dress, it made me think of mine, which was well...we had a redneck weddin'.
RockCrawlinChef and I decided that we were going to have a totally low-key wedding. And I mean, low-key. I swore I was going to wear jeans and boots to the wedding. How much more low-key can you get than jeans and boots?
About a week before the wedding, though, I started having second thoughts. I didn't want to look at our wedding album in twenty years and regret not wearing a dress, so off we went. I was actually looking for a sundress to wear at our reception BBQ (yep, we threw us a big ol' BBQ - as laid back as you can get), so we went to Old Navy, where I found the sundress for super cheap. Ashinator wanted a dress to wear to the wedding, so we went to Ross.
Yes, I did. I found my wedding dress at Ross for about $20. Now it's not a traditional wedding dress by any means, but it was a white dressy-thing that would suffice. And I could still wear my boots with it.
Now, like a true cowgirl who got married in her boots, the redneck wedding wouldn't be complete without climbing into the horse pen and getting a picture with the equine love of my life.
And as a little bonus, in case my $20 wedding dress from Ross and my cowboys weren't enough, here's our cake topper.