So now that we got all of the mushy part out of the way….it is time to party! In case you missed my post the other day, my sister got married and you can read all about it if you click here
If you remember correctly, they pulled this wedding together in 31 days. I can barely pull a birthday party together in 31 days and I know 365 days in advance it is coming! Even with such short notice, everything looked so pretty and there was attention to detail everywhere you looked.
There are a lot of allergies in our family. So Julie (yes the bride) made this super cute Rice Krispie wedding cake. How fun is that?? And it cost about $20 (or less). Boom! Take that food allergies!
This is my favorite first look EVER!!
She came down the stairs and I took this shot.
Then I noticed some little visitors in the window. The girls were peeking. Isn’t that adorable?
And then pretty soon, all of the kids were peeking.
When we first started taking pictures it was drizzling and was pretty chilly, but we started pictures anyway. Thank goodness for cute umbrellas.
As our portrait time marched on, the clouds parted and the sun started to peek out and dry everything out.
Love the contentment and happiness exuded in these.
These two are so much fun and we laughed a lot during picture time.
Don’t they just look so happy!!?
After a beautiful and heartfelt ceremony (see other blog post), it was time to party!
Julie and Levi have friends from their life group who just started a food truck earlier this year. They were gracious enough to come on short notice, for a much smaller crowd than they usually have and serve up delicious food.
They were awesome at dealing with a ton of food allergies (no dairy, eggs, nuts, gluten and a vegetarian option) and made the BEST steak street taco I have ever had in my life!!! They served it up with beans and chips and guacamole and I am telling you what….it was amazing!
Not only was the food amazing, but this family is kind and gracious and their food truck is adorable!
You have to check out their website here
and find out where you can try some of their amazing food.
The reception was full of good food, good people and it turned out to be a gorgeous night.
Guess who made it into another photo!! Yours truly. I am SO thankful to this guy for doing the heavy lifting at the wedding and at home, helping with the boys and taking care of everything else for 31 days so I could help my sister.
Congratulations Sculkeys! You have brought together two great families and we are so grateful that you found each other!
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