Friends, our wedding is in 12 days! Wowza, I'm going to be a Mrs! My family is caravanning from San Diego on the 28th to give me some extra love and support a few days before the ceremony. Thank goodness! Steve's family ventures here from Idaho soon and besides the obvious excitement of the wedding I am so thrilled that both families will finally be meeting. Next week is going to be a heavy one with crafting and planning still to do. Also on the list is a teepee for our backyard so that my nieces and Miles can hang tough without us stupid adults. Here are a few photos of what I have been collecting for our exciting day. The lovely thing about having such a tiny wedding (10 people!) is that I can afford to really have fun with the details.
I picked this Portland crate up for $3 at a resale shop along with those killer polka dot tumblers and platters. The crate is my absolute favorite!
Turquoise pitcher and glass set...Yes, please! Papa said it reminds him of the blue milk from Star Wars.
I have been holding on to these wine glasses for a year now and I have yet to drink out of them. I kept telling myself that I would use them in our wedding and sure enough I am. Several times I came so close to selling these babies at the antique mall but now I am so happy I didn't!
Look, we made the sweetest flower bed!
These lovelies are going in a second flower box papa made for me. Our backyard is large but fairly flat and boring so I think the flowers will add a nice depth to the area.
I had to add this photo of Miles Waylon Wolf, my best pal in the world.
On a side note- We went to the pediatrician this morning to check out his clogged tear duct issue thats going on (no biggie) and she said that it looks like he has more teeth on bottom and top coming in shortly. Ahhh, poor babe! He has been super needy and in pain lately and it just sucks, man! Seeing your child in pain is not a fun thing let me tell you. However with a lot of extra smooches, cuddles and laughs this wee one soon forgets about his aches.
Have a wonderful weekend, folks!