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Thursday, June 18, 2015
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Last weekend, we celebrated our good friends, Jenny & Justin's wedding! They are a very special couple to us. Cameron and Justin have been friends since middle school, and Jenny & Justin's second date was to a boat ride Cameron and I threw for our wedding party! We were also lucky enough to celebrate their engagement with them in April of 2014.
We kicked off the wedding weekend at a Welcome Party at the rooftop of Jenny's work!
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I love that you can see multiple church steeples peaking out over the city line.
Friday night was the rehearsal dinner, which was at Justin's parent's house. They live 5 minutes down the road from us, which was a nice touch. The dinner was some of the best barbecue I've had in a long while.
I stressed so much on what I was going to wear for all of the events. Bought a new dress for the rehearsal dinner but made a last minute decision to pull an old faithful out the back of my closet instead. I didn't LOVE the dress I bought and figured I'd rather save that money. Man, Cameron has really rubbed off of me.
|So much blue!|
Jenny's sister walking Jenny's dog, Sophie, down the aisle
She did a great job - especially for being a very timid pup.
Could they be any cuter?!?
Me with the most handsome groomsman in the wedding - lucky girl!
I promise we are not matching on purpose, just happened that way!
Cameron's adorable parents. How smokin' is his mom?!?
So in love with the Hunter Bell dress I wore from Rent the Runway! Got so many compliments, which made a girl feel good.
Thursday, June 4, 2015
- 1½ parts Skinnygirl™ Cucumber Vodka
- 4 mint leaves
- 1 large basil leaf
- 1 lime wedge
- 3 parts soda water
- ½ tsp. agave nectar
Squeeze lime wedge into rocks glass. Muddle lime wedge with mint, basil leaves and vodka. Add ice. Top with soda water. Add agave nectar and stir. Garnish with lime wedge.