I would be lying if I said I had energy these past two days, because well I was busy going back in time this weekend when it was normal to hang out all day in castles. Yes, a legit castle. This past weekend, one of my best friend's from college, got married to her soulmate. I don't say those words very often but it was truly evident on Saturday.
Friday's festivities started at 4:30 on Friday afternoon. I left work at 3 pm to make sure I got there an hour early (didn't do so well on judging how fast I drive, I guess). Everyone else came straggling in after me and Kaylee. So rehearsal didn't start until about 5:30 or so. Not real sure, didn't have my phone attached to my hand.
After we finished rehearsing and I finally got to walk with my groomsman - we headed into a different room of the castle to begin the dinner portion of the rehearsal. At this point of the week I was so ready for carbs. I had drank my body weight in water, worked out, took diurex pills and just prayed to the good Lord above to help me get into that dress. So when I was offered rolls, mashed potatoes, sweet tea and cake the night before the wedding - do you think I declined? umm, naw baby.
Dinner was delicious. However, what was even better? The speeches/toasts everyone gave after we finished eating...well, except for me. I think there was another table that didn't give any speeches, but I felt like I was the only one who couldn't think of anything funny. I guess all those sugars/carbs at one time put my brain in a coma.
Here are some pictures we took at the rehearsal dinner.
The Bride and I
"We're the three best friends that anybody can have..."
The Bride and all her girls
Me and my boo thang
The Bride and her Flower Girl
The Bride and Her Groom
I can't wait to tell you about WEDDING DAY.
Or just show you how good I looked. ;)