Friday, February 26, 2010

Happy Birthday, Cary!

We recently celebrated Cary's birthday, and I wanted to share a few pictures that I thought were cute.

Cary's parents visited my parents' "farm" and got to feed the infamous goats. We later went out to dinner for Cary's Bday.

That's George. Nuff said.

On another note, our wedding website is nearing 1,000 visits! Wow! If you haven't checked out Cary's work yet, visit our site and learn more about the actual wedding.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Bachelor Weekend

Valentine's weekend was also my bachelor weekend at Winterplace Ski Resort and I have a few pictures to post. Once out of Georgia (which took over 5 hours), we were blessed with wonderful weather and fresh snow. Below are a few pictures from the trip.

Blake, Me, Leipold, Noah, Brandon, and Hank as snow falls around us
Hank, Noah, Brandon, and Me
Noah, Hank, and Me

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Happy Valentine's Day

Happy Heart Day, everyone! I wanted to share my Valentine's Day surprise with everyone. Cary is currently at his bachelor's party in Winterplace, West Virginia, skiing the slopes as I type. When they were planning, we knew this weekend would be best because of the President's Day holiday on Monday. It was a bummer that it was also Valentine's Day weekend. Cary and I have never been very big on "greeting card" holidays, so we were fine with being away from each other.
I figured we would celebrate the next time we were together by going out to dinner or something. So imagine my surprise when I walk downstairs and this is waiting for me:

And inside:

Thanks Sweetie! (And thanks to his parents who helped execute it all!)
And Happy Valentine's Day to my Future Husband!

Monday, February 8, 2010

100 Days to Go!!

Let the countdown begin! Well, technically, I've been counting down for a while now (like since April, when Cary proposed), but now that we are down to just 100 days, it seems so much more real! That means it is less than four months until we say "I do!"

Recently, we've taken care of the flowers, the tuxes, preliminary ceremony planning, and rough draft of the programs. All of the bridesmaids' attire is finalized. The mother of the bride and mother of the groom have their dresses (both of which are beautiful). The rehearsal dinner and all of those details are coming along quite nicely, too.

However, we still lack the cake, the transportation, and the biggie, the invitations. We've decided on the cake and know where we will go to order it, so I'm not stressed at all about that. And one way or another we will make it to Atlanta that night (the Camry is always an option). But I will admit, I've been dragging my heels over these invitations. Cary and I are printing/making/assembling them ourselves...along with helpful mothers and bridesmaids who have graciously offered their assistance. Yet, I'm still behind! Actually I haven't even started. They've been ordered and are stacked neatly in a box in my room, but they are as blank as can be! Aaahhhh!

Hopefully by the time the invitations are finished, the post office will come out with some new 44 cent wedding stamps...golden bands are not my fav.