Essay on Best Day of My Life

1161 Words Jul 28th, 2012 5 Pages
Our lives are surprising. We can’t always predict what will happen to us, and what will have a profound impact on our future. Time is liquid, spilling between our fingers as we try to hold on to it. Significant moments of our own journey through the time we were given, mark us in a distinguished ways. Some scar us because of the traumatic events, inflicting pain and breaking our spirit. Other moments we hold on to dearly in our hearts and cherish, for the happiness they brought us. As humans we are more likely to remember the happy times.
It is difficult to pin point what day was exactly the happiest in my life. Was it the day I met my future husband? The day I married him? Or the day I became a mother? All of these were extremely
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When the Priest announced us “husband and wife” the crowd of guests broke the silence with vivacious shouts of joy.
After the Church ceremony, we headed for the Botanical Gardens. We decided it was a perfect spot to take our wedding pictures, and we were right. The picturesque gardens were mesmerizing in their beauty with the autumn mosaics of colors. Our first pictures as husband and wife couldn’t be taken in better scenery.
Later it was time to feed the guests and celebrate our new life together. We all headed to the Banquet Hall. The reception was held at a Ball room that made quite an impression on everyone. There were beautiful paintings hanging from elegantly papered walls. Big round tables dressed in a white cloth, each decorated with a flowery center piece. Each chair was adorned in golden bow and the matching napkins. Each of our guests received a little souvenir on their plate, which consisted of tiny Polish vodka bottle and Swiss chocolate.
The reception began with my husband and I standing by the door with our parents; welcoming and greeting our guests as they entered the room and went to sit at their tables. As the guests were seated then Pavel and I made the official entrance, followed by Oczepiny. Oczepiny is an ancient Polish ritual, during which the bride symbolically passed from maiden status to married. The name comes from oczepiny meaning bonnets/ hats to wear in place of the married women's maiden garland. In the

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