I found digital pictures from our wedding, so you can see my gown, too . Since Paul and I had both been married before (one big church wedding and one small at the family's house), we didn't want either of those scenarios. We decided to have our wedding at a local bed and breakfast with just our immediate family (which numbers 30+).
My mom made my bouquet as well as corsages for the moms and grandma, and boutonnieres for Paul and the dads. We purchased the roses at Sam's (yes, the bulk warehouse store) and they were beautiful. Since I wasn't picky about color I just chose the best they had (we knew when their shipments came in, so they were very fresh).
As everyone gathered in the parlor, I made my entrance down the stairs (with music playing in the background).
After the ceremony, we went to Pappasitos for the reception dinner. We had a cake and toasted with margaritas (on the rocks, no salt) in frog cups. I found the cups at a local store and they reminded me of my grandmother (who passed away in 1994). The management and staff at Pappasitos were great and very accommodating for our very non-traditional reception. The great thing is that we have been back to the bed and breakfast, as well as recreating the reception at Pappasitos on several occasions.