Blended Lives by Melissa Wardwell Party
Wedding bells are ringing across the Independence Islands and this week we’re talking about wedding dresses.
I knew exactly what dress I wanted from the moment I said yes to getting married. Long sleeve, off-the-shoulder, with a long train and a classic feel.
Was I getting married in June, one of the hottest months in Tennessee? Yes.
Did I still get the dress that was going to absolutely cause me to sweat every single second of the wedding? Also yes.
Was it worth it? You bet.
I guess the biggest question you have is, how long did it take me to find this perfect dress of my dreams?
One shop. I walked into the bridal shop with a vision of my dress in my head. I walked straight to the racks of dresses and I pulled it out within five minutes of entering the dress shop. Tried it on. Loved it. Bought it.
Buying the dress was probably the easiest part of the whole wedding.
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Wedding bells are ringing on the islands, but more than romance is in the air.
Seth Mikels experienced a fulfilling marriage with his wife until her sudden death left him alone to raise their two daughters. As they approach their teens, it’s obvious that they need a woman’s influence. He’s not looking for love, but he could use the partnership of a wife. Between his handyman business and playing Mr. Mom, time is fading fast.
Sarah Reid has spent the last four years caught in the middle of one island drama after another. Following the most recent fiasco, she hopes to find refuge on Sparrow Island with her two little boys. Climbing bills and a dwindling bank account leaves her no choice but to sell out and move to the mainland. Enter Seth’s handyman skills and an unexpected romance.
With Beth and Scott planning their own Merriweather wedding (complete with a Momzilla), will wedding bells ring out on Sparrow, too?
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Melissa Wardwell: February 22
Kari Trumbo: February 23
Rachel Skatvold: February 24
Tabitha Bouldin: February 25
Carolyn Miller: February 26
Chautona Havig: February 27
Sandy Barela: February 28