Posts tagged wedding
Posts tagged wedding
Off to dinner last night! Which was FANTASTIC.
We went to Brookshire at the fancy hotel we went to on our wedding night. We ate dinner there then, our first anniversary, and last night. Lovely tradition.
They keep one upping themselves too. Last year we got a Happy Anniversary dessert. We got it this year too (sanders cream puff with caramel sauce, raspberry sauce, candied pecans oh my!) AND THEN they gave us another dessert! It was some strange and wonderful dark chocolate fluffy crunch thing with dried fruit and awesomeness.
Sorry, I just really like dessert, and the place we go to =]
My wedding dress appreciation post.
I love it. I wish I could wear it again. Perhaps I just WILL one day.
Happy Two year anniversary to James and I!
Today! Two years ago, already?!
We have reservations to eat at the Brookshire, where we went on our wedding night and our one year anniversary. Yay with traditions and the most expensive dinners I’ve ever had!
HAPPY OCTOBER 2ND TO YOU ALL!
Cath Kidston embodies country-chic and her style is so successful that it is now infiltrating weddings.
The easiest way to incorporate some Cath Kidston is through the fabric or wall paper in the name cards or favours.
I love the idea of buying a few different styles of fabric and DIY-ing napkins out of them….if only I could sew!
Photo Credit: Wedding Inspiration, Miss Ingredient & The Wedding Decorator
I was casually looking at pictures from my wedding. It was so lovely, magical! It looked so nice and it felt so nice, oh if only it was something I could relive. I guess that’s part of what makes it so special though…
Things that I have done or accomplished, and things that I am happy about that happened this year, 2010.
It doesn’t really seem like much happened this year. But a few really big things DID happen, and I’m really happy with how this year went.
Me and one of my besties!
Rain boots! or should I say… Wedding boots!
My brother bought me 3 pairs, I picked these, they went the best with the wedding! They kind of saved me, imagine walking around in open toed heels in 55 degree rainy gloomy weather for your wedding. Talk about cold feet =].