Saturday, May 22, 2010

wedding craziness.

when your parents are do it yourself-ers(like hardcore),they wouldn't dream of hiring people to plan their daughter's wedding. or cater it. or set everything up. no, that would be be ridiculous. it's a back yard wedding afterall, right? picture the movie father of the bride. it's just out of control... but on paper, looks do-able.
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it takes a village to make sure everything happens, literally. a straight up ginormous village of people(not village people, silly). and it was a crazy party. we had to shut the dance party down, as the neighbors probably wanted to sleep. people wouldn't leave. they were getting thier celebration on. we almost ran out of food, as 100 people RSVP'd and 350 showed up. people, freaking learn to RSVP. it's a common courtesy that has somehow been lost in our culture. let's start an RSVP-ing revolution. feel the excitement in that statement.
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courtney looked beautiful. the yard was beautiful. the cakes were beautiful. they decor was pretty... blaa dee blaa...it was fun, mkay? you should have come. but i'm tired and my stomach hurts from wearing spanx all night. i'm sorry, but satin shows every damn buldge. i had to do it.
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i was too busy running around doing this and that, so i didn't get to take pictures of everything. but i was glad to get a picture of my ornery grandfather. that nut.
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i will leave you with this photobooth picture of some of the bridesmaids. try and find me...it's like a game! i'm sorry for the resolution.
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11 comments:

  1. good stuff! and might i ad, you sound more & more like grannie in these here blogs... 'every damn buldge'. lol. surely you mistook a boob for buldge or something cause you DON'T HAVE ANY!

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  2. Great job, Jami! I love your blog. But ok, how do I say this....I have a pet peeve about something and I HAVE to tell you....Please don't be an apostrophe slob. You're supposed to use an apostrophe when the noun is possessive not plural. For example, " Hello from the Natos", not Nato's, ok?Plural = Natos= no apostrophe. Sorry but the madness has to stop!!!!!
    Love, your aunt,
    Shannon :-)

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  3. ha, i will change that tonight. and i am even an english major. what did i learn in college? thanks!

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  4. wow jami...you just got served. you apostrophe slob you!

    audrey

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  5. can i get married in your parents back yard too?

    yes, yes...it is irritating when people do not RSVP. i support the revolution!

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  6. dang, i hope your aunt doesn't come to my blog and comment on my apostrophe madness.

    and clearly you are not hard to find with your bling blinging teeth in those photos :)

    wish i could have seen little court get hitched...she looked beautiful!

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  7. I'm on the boat with the RSVP revolution. It's ridiculous. Speaking of ridiculous - your grandpa is ridiculously cute!! I might need to borrow him sometime.

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  8. We had a wonderful time at the wedding. I must say that your parents throw a rocking party.

    And for the record, we did RSVP. Even though we didn't receive our invitation until AFTER the RSVP date.

    AND...It sorta felt like meeting a celebrity- your kids are adorable and you. don't. have. buldge.

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  9. i'm game for an RSVP revolution. it's a must!! thanks for sharing about the weddin'. looked beautiful!

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  10. Beautiful bride.
    And I am right there with you on the RSVP revolution!
    I've told my husband for years that my favorite daughter in law will be the one who wants a backyard wedding at our place. But work indeed!

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  11. I have one of those do-it-yourself families as well. Only my dad wouldn't give in to my backyard reception pleas. :) Still anxiously awaiting the lingerie shower details... :)

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