means I can’t re­mem­ber my wed­ding

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I t was the mo­ment I had dreamt of my whole life: walk­ing down the aisle in my beau­ti­ful white beaded gown in front of friends and fam­ily to marry the man of my dreams. For 18 months had ag­o­nised over ev­ery sin­gle de­tail. From our beau­ti­ful coun­try club venue in Naples, Florida, in the US, to the del­i­cate blooms in my ger­bera daisy bou­quet, I wanted ev­ery­thing to be per­fect. And on that day, March 23, 2013, it was ex­actly that.

Or at least that’s what my hus­band and high school sweet­heart Cody, 27, and our 100 guests tell me. The prob­lem is, af­ter spend­ing nearly two years plan­ning my dream wed­ding, I can’t re­mem­ber a sin­gle de­tail from the ac­tual day.

On our first night as hus­band and wife, Cody and I stayed in the hon­ey­moon suite and we said, “I love

Pho­tos like these of our spe­cial day were too painful for me to look at

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