For those of you who know me well, you know that I have a slight obsession with all things wedding. I spend waaayyy too much of my time reading wedding blogs and stalking people's wedding pictures. I can't help it, I just think weddings are so gorgeous and so much fun. I love everything about them--from the dress, to the cake, to the flowers, to the beautiful locations, I'm constantly imagining different wedding ideas in my head.

Most people say that they would live their wedding day over and over again as long as they could leave out the planning part. And when I hear them say that I think "You are insane." Now, I will admit that there were days while planning my big day when I thought, "Screw this, let's just run away to Vegas." But overall, if I could plan my wedding over and over again, I would. And it would be different every single time. Now don't get me wrong, I loved every single thing about my wedding. Everything turned out perfectly, but with so many incredible people and ideas in the wedding industry these days, who can pick just one theme, or color palette, or style? I mean, look at these beauties...

So many gorgeous things. Why wouldn't someone love weddings? It's a whole day filled with love, smiles, laughter, and beauty. 

So what exactly am I trying to get across with this tangent? Please, somebody, let me plan your wedding. Let me live that glorious day over and over vicariously through you. It would be greatly appreciated :) 



This Easter, while my family jetted off to Hawaii for the week, Justin and I got to stay home to work and prepare our talks for church today. Way fun, I know. But this weekend actually turned out to be a lot better than I expected (minus the speaking part of course. I will forever and always hate speaking in church.) 

Friday, we went out to dinner with Justin's parents, his brother Chris and his wife Cami, and my sister Maddie. We went to Francesca's pizza in Taylorsville, which has the greatest garlic cheese pizza in the entire world. Seriously. We spent the night talking and laughing and catching up. I have the best in-laws in the whole world and I love it.

Yesterday Justin and I had our first Saturday together in weeks, since I usually have to work on the weekends, so we celebrated with a little trip to the Gateway for some shopping and lunch. Then we came home to finish writing our talks, and spent the rest of the night watching The King's Speech (loved it) and making these for our Easter dinner at the Reynolds...

Then this morning we got up extra early to finish getting ready for our talks, and we searched for our Easter baskets and gave each other our Easter presents. I got a day at the spa :) Justin's just the greatest. 

And then I got to spend a good amount of time stressing about how nervous I was and how much I hate public speaking. But now it's finally over and we will hopefully be free from anymore talks for a very long time. See how happy we were to be done?

After church we headed over to the Reynolds home for some steak, cookies, and pie. Oh, and Nothing Bundt Cakes from my mom in-law. I love her. 

So, despite the fact that we had to speak in church, I would say that overall our first Easter together as a married couple has been a successful one. Happy Easter, everyone!


Sunday Boredom.

Usually I'm all about Sundays. There's nothing I love more than sleeping in, going to church, getting a nice nap in, and lazying around in my sweats all day. But today wasn't just a regular Sunday. Today...was the Master's.

Justin and I are pretty similar people. We both generally like all the same music, we often match when we get dressed up go out, and we both would take a McDonald's double cheeseburger over a fancy meal. But when it comes to sports, we clash. I was raised as a football/basketball kinda girl, whereas Justin prefers baseball and golf. Both of which usually bore me to tears. So what do the Master's mean to me? It means I get to sulk around the house all day complaining about how bored I am, while my husband continues to do this...

So far I've accomplished cleaning the house, folding the laundry, catching up on all my favorite blogs, shopped online for some new Summer clothes, spent a considerable amount of time on YouTube, and I made these...

And now I've also managed to do my fair share of complaining. Thanks for listening everyone, and I hope you all have a fabulous Sunday.