So, it's happened. I've turned into Bridezilla, or is that Groomzilla? I've been super excited about sharing our Wedding Day with all our friends and family.
Finally tying the knot after 14 years
Lovely wedding flowers
Wedding cards and messages
Waiting to get hitched
We thought we'd have to wait for at least thirty minutes, but all of a sudden they called us before time and we were up (although we did have time to read the signs in the waiting area which specified no flip-flops, tank tops or shorts, so I'm glad I gave in to a shirt and tie - FYI the Grooms wore a mixture of D&G, Ted Baker and Prada).
Trying to hold back the tears (of happiness)
It was really strange stepping into the courtroom with its floral arch and rows of seats (considering there were only four of us in total).
It all felt very surreal and when it was time to get down to business, with our friends snapping away for posterity, I was the one who stumbled and blubbed when it came time to repeat the marriage vows (although unexpectedly I went first).
Sealed with a kiss
Fortunately Charlie kept it together when it was his turn and before you knew it, we were officially wed. And in Beverly Hills of all places, which is the last place I thought we'd ever be married. It's all very Hollywood for this boy from Wales.
A status update more important than the news of the new royal baby's name
We were really overwhelmed by all the messages of love and well wishes we received. It's times like this that you really can see the benefit of a social network like Facebook, being able to share your news, digital photos and experiences instantly, and gets lots of feedback (without having to wait ages for official wedding photos to be processed).
Celebrating on the rooftop with our pup
Cooper wedding kisses all around
And just like that, we're married. Hopefully happily ever after...