And also, because I forgot to mention it, I was a reader for my dear little sister Holly's wedding. I cannot believe I forgot that one, mainly because she planned that thing so well that I cannot imagine a better wedding! She had a candy table, wonderful wine, cute little frogs, a thumbprint tree instead of a guest book, and a basket full of flip flops for ladies whose feet were tired of heels! It was fantastic. Dreamy.
But the unmarried friends are dwindling, in fact there are almost none of us left. I suppose this is what happens as one nears the age of 30, right? Right.
Well the time has come, and I'm so flippin' excited that I can barely control myself, but my best friend is getting married! That's right folks! I've been blessed, beyond belief to watch from the front row as four amazing women in my life have married their best friends, and now I get to do it one more (and maybe last?) time.
But the best part of it is, the way she asked me. You see, we've always been artsy-fartsy type girls. I scrapbook, she's a teacher, and we both love anything and everything at Michael's. So when she called me on Wednesday to ask if I'd checked my mail recently, well I knew she'd sent me some sort of hand made card. (Actually, I thought it was a save the date card. I'm slow.)
When I arrived home, I was so incredibly giddy that I had to snap pictures and share it with you.
First glance, adorable!
Adorable poem, and before the end I was in tears! Mike was standing in the garage giving me the "what's wrong with you" look.
Now it's time to unfold the dolls!!!
Maid of Honor
Matron of Honor
Can I just start out by saying, this is one absolutely amazing bridal party! These girls are awesome and each one of them is smart, beautiful, talented, and fun. I'm honored to be sharing my duties with these ladies, and I thought I'd throw together a few pictures of us throughout the years. Enjoy!