Hello there sweet friends!! Have you missed me? I’ve been a bit MIA but I have big news — I’m now a married woman! I’m so excited to have married the man of my dreams on September 22nd, 2012 here in Southern California. It was an incredible day, and I’m now officially Erika Lehmann Brown. Hurray!
This was the moment that I became a wife! The happiest wife in the world, mind you.
I love this photo – hugging our beautiful children at the altar at our ceremony. I’m now officially a mom of TWO!
I love this photo that our photographer snapped from outside of the church of us, standing at the altar. This was one of the best moments of my life and it is forever burned into my heart.
Yes! Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Brown. Folks were cheering for us as we walked by and this was a totally impromptu, unposed shot. All of the sheer emotion and happiness in it makes it one of my absolute favorites.
Our reception and all of our fun moments were at Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes. It is one of the most incredible places in the entire world, and I’m so glad we were able to spend the first day of the rest of our lives here.
This is one of my favorite photos from the night – right after we were married and before we walked into our dinner to greet our family and friends. This photo is just breathtaking. I can’t believe that’s me standing there!
I have so many more photos and exciting moments from our big day to share with you and I’m sure I’ll be doing exactly that over the next few weeks. The wedding was incredible but sadly both of our kids were so very sick the day of the wedding – both had fever and were just feeling awful. Murphy’s Law, right? Even so, they both perked up in time to walk down the aisle – though they both went to bed immediately after the wedding.
It’s still so surreal – I can’t believe I’m Mrs. Erika Lehmann Brown and that I’m married to the man of my dreams! Thank you all for all of your love and support – we’re ecstatic
Photos are all by Los Angeles Photographer Rob Greer who, as you can tell, totally knocked it out of the park. Thank you Rob for all of your hard work!