Thursday, September 23, 2010

Little things ...

Because all women (overtly or secretively) love weddings, I'll share some deets.

First and foremost - because some have demanded asked to see the ring. To do that, all you have to do is go to your local supermarket and pick up a pack of mint lifesavers. Yep, he proposed with a mint lifesaver. Fortunately, the real deal has been purchased and should be on my lefty by Tuesday. Until then I wearing one of my all-time favorite rings that has only ever fit on my left ring fing. er. Trust. When the real ring is on my finger, there will be pictures.

This is where we are getting married. The Portland, Oregon Temple. On November 19th.

And this is where our reception will be held. On November 20th in Pendleton, Oregon.

This happens to be the church my mom went to when she was little. Tender.

Here are some pretty colors I like.

And here is a dress I tried on and did not get. Not a fan of the marshmellow effect.

And no, you won't be seeing the real one until after all the hub bub. Eric is my blog stalker and it's a surprise for him until day of. Don't worry, he's keeping most of the honeymoon treats as his own little secret.

Well. Hope that suffices for now, because that's about all I've got with what, less than two months to go? No sweat.


Heather Lee said...

I'm glad you didn't get that dress. You don't strike me as a poofy kind of gal. I think you'd look good in a more form fitting dress. :)

Stephanie said...

So exciting! Nice to see you back blogging. Can't wait to see it all come together. I'm happy to help but I think alot of the neat things we could use are packed away. I'll start trying to find some things.

Kylee said...

I love the colors. Are these what you have settled on? I want to coordinate the colors with the guest book, so let me know. I will be emailing you soon. As in tomorrow :)
I like the dress, but not the "one". You will look stunning though in whatever your final choice is.
So happy for the two of you. Love Me.

Can do mom said...

How exciting! It's fun to hear the planning details. Enjoy the journey!