When my youngest daughter came home and nonchalantly told me that she and her boyfriend were planning on running off to elope, I wanted no part of that. Sure, it’s her choice to do what she wants to do, but she had dreamed of a decent wedding. I knew eloping was her boyfriend’s idea since he didn’t make much money. I told her to leave the plans to me. I quickly started the wedding plans, and then I called the people over at http://paradisetorontolimo.ca to get a limo to take the two of them in style to their own wedding and to the reception afterward. I breathed a sigh of relief when they both agreed to my plans.
I am a seamstress, and I would have loved to have created my daughter’s own wedding dress. But because they were in such a hurry to get married, there was simply no time for me to make something myself. I would need at least a few months at best to do that. So, the day after she said they were planning to run off to get married, I whisked her off to a couple of the dress stores in the area to help her pick out something beautiful to wear. I also paid for a tux for her boyfriend as well.
I made plans for them to get married at a popular event building nearby. The place has beautiful stained glass windows and a beautiful view from the two story wooden deck on the back of the building. We did not want it to be a really big affair, so we invited only close family members. It was a nice night. And I had tears in my eyes as I watched them both drive off together in the limo that I had rented. But I was happy to know that they had a nice send off.