Note: This is an old post in a blog with a lot of posts. The world has changed, technologies have changed, and I've changed. It's likely this is out of date and not representative. Let me know if you think this is something that needs updating.

I've been married for a little over a week and it's really great!

Our wedding went off fantastically! The photobooks I made using Tabblo evoked amazement from most people who looked at them. The cakes we made came out great with little sugar bees flying around on top. Creative Catering, our caterer, was amazing and the food was some of the best food I've ever had at a wedding. During the reception we had New England style contra-dancing. Even though it was very warm, many guests participated and it was a lot of fun!

It was really great to see people, but ... I didn't have enough time to get to talk with everyone. I don't think S did either. I think that's my only regret--we'll have to throw another big party next year.

The day after the wedding, S and I went to S' parents' house for a brunch then off to Cape Cod where we bumped around for a few days amidst glorious weather.

I'm still fiddling with my ring. I think that'll take a bit of getting used to because it gets sticky and then feels weird.

Wedding planning was nuts and while there are a zillion guides and articles filled with pictures of blushing brides and cakes that are built like a Scottish castle none of the ones I saw use project management techniques. I figured while it's all fresh in my mind, I'll sketch something out and at least hit all the big issues that, had we known earlier, would have made it a lot easier and more straight-forward.

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