Monday, March 31, 2008

Post-Wedding Brunch


Well, Justin and I are back home from Connecticut where my Mom was throwing a big brunch for the family in honor of our marriage. We were lucky to have had a perfect sunny day and tasty food. Mom planned everything so I didn't really know what to expect but she did a fantastic job and I think everyone had a nice time.

Mom wanted me to wear my wedding dress again but I felt awkward about that. We compromised that I could change it up a little for the party. For the party I took out the tulle underskirt and put on a yellow belt and my yellow pumps for a more casual and spring feeling. Justin changed to a yellow shirt too. Matchy matchy!

Connecticut was fun but I am extremely glad to be home now because I got some glow in the dark ink in the mail that I can't wait to experiment with today! Just you wait!

11 comments:

Caroline said...

You guys look so cute! :)

Alissa said...

So sweet! I LOVE the rest of your real wedding pics too--you guys are the best! Where in CT are you? I live in Danbury!

Elise of Argyle Whale said...

Hi Alissa, We both grew up in Wallingford but now we live in Salem Massachusetts. Our weddings were in CT because all our family is still there. We used to go to Danbury for the fair (of course) when we lived there.

Cicada Studio said...

Aw! You both look so sweet. Seems a most perfect day.

Aly The Red-Bliss Monkey Studio said...

Congrats! Hey, we have the same name, only I spell mine Alysse. I love your darn cute blog, your bunnies, and your gocco art! Keep going, Girl.
Cheers!

elisebeth said...

You look adorable. What a great idea to change up your dress!

Fog and Thistle said...

Congratulations! You both look very happy and relaxed.

Allison said...

SUCH a cute outfit & pairing :]

Racheal said...

Too cute! Your looked lovely!
Thanks for the location clarification by the way...I'm right next to Glastonbury, CT and was excited when I saw that.

Jess said...

aw congratulations!!

beetlegirl said...

Congrats! Too bad the bunnies couldn't participate.