Today is our 1st wedding anniversary! I can't believe it's been a year already! I know you all want to see lots of pictures and relive our perfect day and perfect honeymoon, right? :)
We were married at Caesars Palace March 26th, 2005 at 3:30 in the afternoon...
The weather was a gorgeous 74 degrees and sunny... Our family and friends surrounded us..
Here's my Uncle Neil, Aunt Nancy, Great Aunt Agnes, Dad, Mom, Grandma Lola and Brother John.
Here's Daves Brother, Keith, Sister Kim, Dad, Sue, Mom, Marty, Sister Pam, and Sister Amy.
Here's me and the girls! Malissa (left) and I have been friends since highschool and are busy planning quite an adventure right now! Nicole (right) and I worked together in Bakersfield, CA and are going to have quite an adventure this week as I'm picking her up at the airport in less than 24 hours!
We had the best flower girls in the history of flower girls! Our neices, Cydney and Sawyer! So adorable!
Our wedding was also the 'best reunion ever!'. This is our tv news family from channel 13 (Vegas). I think there are maybe 3 of them in this picture who still work there. It was an unbelievable get together. This crew actually put together some shorts (movies) about how Dave and I met, rented a suite, a projector and big screen and threw us a co-ed film fest/ bachelor/bachelorette party! They are so full of talent!
We honeymooned in Italy! It was so wonderful! We went to Venice, Florence, and Rome. We took one of our Rome days and took a train to the villiage where my Great Grandparents came from about 100 years ago to America. Fossato Di Vicco! It's absolutely gorgeous... It was amazing to stand at the train station knowing that my Great Grandparents probably stood in the same spot all those decades ago (the station looked as though it had been there since the beginning of time!). While there we looked up 'Moriconi' in a phonebook and showed up at one of their doorsteps. I showed them my ID and tried to explain (they spoke Italian only. I, uhm, don't.). But they understood and bellowed "Moriconi! America!" and invited us in. My long lost cousins spent the day showing us around Umbria, drinking wine and eating meats and cheeses. They were wonderful people! Guess it's in the blood, right? ;P
We missed our connecting flight in Paris on the way back and got stuck there for a day! As you can see, it was pretty tough getting stuck in Paris. Thanks to everyone who made our wedding the best day of our lives!