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and cheer with all our HEART and SPIRIT! I love this photo. For those of you that read this blog and don't know this man, it's Burt. My husband's cousin. His daughter is my favorite pitcher in the UNIVERSE. But even if she didn't pitch? Even if she never picked up a softball again, I LOVE BOO. So, to see this grown man, cheer for his daughter, to yell like Fred Flintstone every game, it warms my heart and body from head to toe.
Remember how crazy busy our weekend has been? Well, the week before was busy as well. And I have a few behind the scenes stories to share. We needed a dress for Kalyn's Awards Banquet and had no time to shop for one. So, enter GRANDMA. She went to Dillards and bought several dresses and styles in Kalyn's size so she could try them all on at home and decide. Kalyn is so busy with softball practice and AAU Basketball, there's been no time to hit the mall. So, that was so cool to have grandma as her "dresser" and be able to have something nice to wear at the Award's Banquet.
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- Jacob's suit. Yes. Tuxes are nice, but the bride gets to keep her dress, so why not let the groom invest in a nice suit? A wedding suit. I LOVED that Jacob bought a suit and that these outfits will last. They can dress up in them again. Show them to their grandkids. AND it fit him well because it was made and tailored for him. That was a huge plus! Guys, you know how they never seem to get your tux fitted just right.
- The guest book. Instead of opting for the traditional guest book, the couple bought a GORGEOUS book about Paris (honeymoon destination) and had guests sign it with sweet thoughts. It was placed in a corner of the reception and you could take your time instead of having people lined up behind you waiting to be seated and sign. GOSH! I stress when folks watch me write. I signed this one and it felt GREAT! Plus, I couldn't stop looking at it!!! Beautiful images! I'm sure if I had tried to find one about Jamaica (our honeymoon), it would have been filled with poverty pictures and waterfalls. sigh... Such a great idea for a non-traditional guest book.
- cake balls! OH, my GOSH! You can see the images below, but Rachel didn't want a cake. Instead, family made cake balls! They were AWESOME! I even had a head count to know how many I could bag before I was INSANELY greedy. I could have eaten these all night. I quickly had to pace myself.