Such a fun weekend with some of my favorite people!I knew that it wouldn’t matter where we went or what we did — I just wanted to spend time with these girls who came from all over the country to spend the weekend together.  I loved catching up with everyone and seeing all their wonderful faces.

We had a slight shift in plans as we found out two bridesmaids, including the host of the weekend and one of my closest childhood friends and Dallasonian, were unable to be there, so we tried to navigate an unfamiliar city as best as we could.  I hated that they couldn’t be there and we missed them both!!

I must confess it was slightly stressful but my sister and MOH, Sarah Thorne, AMAZED me by running countless errands in a city she didn’t know, buying decorations and food and doing everything in her power to help make this weekend special and memorable.  I am so appreciative and thankful for her.  It makes me realize what a terrible maid of honor and 18-year-old sister I was when she got married seven years ago!! I wish I could go back in time and be as helpful and wonderful to her as she has been to me.

I am so thankful and appreciative for all of these girls and the lengths they took to be a part of this weekend to celebrate being only a few short weeks away from beginning a new chapter in my life. I cannot wait to celebrate this time in their lives with them in the future.  Lots and lots and LOTS of love to each of you! Thanks so much for reading – XO –
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  1. Where did you get your long dress and that short party dress?!!? I need something for mine and these are perfect!

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