wedding planning, episode two.

Friday, July 24, 2015

This past weekend, we officially kicked off the #HappilyEverAxten festivities with a bridal party brunch. I met with my bridesmaids and man of honor at Rockcreek Seafood and Spirits and enjoyed delicious beignets, coffee and an amazing breakfast.

During the brunch, we discussed a few important things such as color palettes, dress styles and then of course, a few initial idea for the Bachelorette Party! To note, they wanted to keep it a surprise, so this chat was more of a "What do you not want at the party..."

Overall, it was a great chance for my cousin Anna to meet and get to know the other girls in my bridal party. As well, it was her first time meeting my best friend and man of honor, Robert. What was so special to me was that we were all ADPis and it's really awesome to see that sisterhood is forever not just four years. (insert cheesy, teary-eyed emoji)

So thankful and beyond blessed to be surrounded by great friends this past weekend and look forward to continuing the celebrations and planning for the big day!

Fellow brides-to-be, how have you kicked off your wedding planning?


  1. Love the ADPi ties! Love when sisterhood carries through the years, truly special to stand next to a sister on one of the biggest days of her life!

    1. Thank you, Andrea! Yes, it really means a lot to me that sisters can help celebrate the big day. <>

  2. Oh that’s great during the brunch time you have discussed on bachelorette party. Yeah for any kind of parties we have to think about location, dresses, catering and further preparations. For my wedding I have booked an elegant wedding venue in Los Angeles and they are providing us best deals on decoration and catering part. So, I am pretty happy with their services.

    1. Totally! It's better to be prepared and prepped early than pulling things together last minute. Thanks for the reference, but our wedding is in Portland.


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