I’m sitting in the middle of a dirty house, piles of laundry, a snotty baby, and a long to do list.
But man, did we have a great weekend.
Friday morning we packed up and drove to Sacramento for Sabrina’s wedding. We spent the day visiting the temple, eating at Panera twice, and catching up with all the extended family. Weddings are so fun! But they are so short, and it was hard to see everyone and not get to really hang out for longer than a few minutes.
I definitely didn’t get as many pictures as I thought I would-in fact there isn’t a single one of just me and Jazz and Iz. Stuff is harder with Isabelle, I suddenly don’t have as many free hands available to lug a camera around. It was nice to just enjoy the reception and just let the photographer do his thang, you know?
Saturday was such a beautiful day. The ceremony was so special, the reception was gorgeous, Sabrina was the happiest I have ever seen her in her entire life. And she really looked a m a z i n g.
Also PS- If you want to know more about what happens in our temples, or why we are married inside of them, visit this site or else email me.
Sean and Rachel outside the temple after the sealing ceremony. Rachel’s parents made a special effort to come so they could watch Jakob for them. Isn’t that so nice?
My handsome spouse in his fancy tux with our super cute baby. She wanted SO BADLY with EVERY OUNCE of her body to get inside that fountain. She tried over and over again.
This is the cake that Morgan made. You know she’s a pasty chef. And now you know how amazing she is. Seven layers, baked in Redding, transported and stacked in Sacramento. It was so delicious, chocolate with cream cheese, vanilla with cream cheese, chocolate with raspberry, vanilla with strawberry cream cheese. I wanted a bite from every single layer. Well done, Mo.
I zoomed and cropped this shot because I had to show you how gorgeous her hair was. I seriously loved her dress, her shoes and her makeup were very complimentary, but I thought her hair and hairpieces totally MADE her look. So glamorous, so blingy, but so classy and SO Sabrina.
Me and Scrabs.
These girls are true blue friends. They came from San Francisco to take part in the special day- and they watched Isabelle for us while we were in the temple. They brought stickers and coloring books, snacks and cookies to entertain the girls for an hour. If I could custom order two great friends, they couldn’t get better than Leigh and Mex.
The Chipmans! Drove all day Friday to spend Saturday with us, and drove all day Sunday to return to Utah.
This is from Friday night- all of the ladies went to Gelato for a mini Bachelorette. I was high on Benadryl (allergy season is kicking me.) and consequently, look like a floating head.