I am absolutely positive that my sister is the prettiest bride ever.
A lot of people have asked… yes, her hair is naturally curly like that. She is a lucky duck.
Seeing her little kiddos in their fancy clothes made me cry at least 48 times throughout the night. How is my nephew old enough to have a suit?
The ceremony was beautiful and immediately after Curly filled her plate up entirely with candy. It is scary how much we are alike.
My sister and her husband are party animals. They really wanted something simple where all of the kids could run and play and most importantly I think they really wanted to please my tastebuds by ordering 85 Papa John’s pizzas (this is the best pizza ever and I will close the comments section if anyone tries to disagree with me).
If you ever come to Provo, Utah for any reason (maybe this will be your reason) you HAVE to get rice krispy treats from BYU. They are 5 inches tall, dense, full of marshmellows and butter… you will never find a better RKT.
Brooke spent a lot of time bonding with my brothers which I loved seeing.
Mer hit the dance floor and showed us all how to really party.
My sister’s now husband trains the BYU mascot and so of course Cosmo had to be there for the dance party. He spotted my grandma and could just feel that she had rhythm and some wicked moves and so he asked her to dance. I wish so badly that I had her dance to Usher recorded so that I could show you all. Just imagine her doing the coolest dancer ever.
Brooke got a little crazy out on the dance floor too.
And then Dave showed us all up.
Everything went perfectly and they are one happy couple.
We are headed back to warm Southern California this morning. I actually have no idea how I survived these Utah winters. They hurt.
Curly, straight or wavy hair?
Do you like to dance? Married people: did you have dancing at your wedding? What did you dress look like?
What are your weekend plans?