Hey y'all! Thank you SO MUCH for your kind comments about the new blog look! Today I'm finishing up a series we did over the summer called "Summer of Dresses". I thought it would fit in the "Church Outfit" post since I did wear this dress to a church... just on a Friday instead of Sunday. ;)
I mentioned this wedding weeks ago since it was such a huge part of my summer and I'm so happy to be able to finally share a few pictures with you! I picked out several that kind of allow you to see my dress. If you want to see more general wedding photos, you can visit the photographer Rachel's post on her blog.
|Hanging out and trying not to crack up while the bride and groom formals were taken.|
It was such a privilege and joy to be with Kaliste on her special day.
|I love these girls so much!|
It was so much more enjoyable to spend the day in boots instead of high-heels, especially since it was a slightly chilly, drizzly day. We changed into silver heels for the more formal ceremony but then had the boots on the rest of the day! :)
My dress decoration I chose was a small strand of silver sequins around my waist seam and a great big bow on the back of my dress, which you can see above.
The fabric was Kaufman Essex linen blend in dusty blue. It was a dream to work with! We did have to iron our dresses before we walked down the isle since we had been driving around sitting on them all day. Ironing them while they were still on us was a hilarious endeavor!
|They are a gorgeous couple.|
I chose this picture not just because you can tell how much fun we were having, but also because you can see some of the variations in our dresses. :D Everyone did an amazing job on such a hectic schedule getting the sewing done!
ThredUP for her. :)
It's always enjoyable to do some dancing with my Daddy to the slower songs! When the music was upbeat, it was a blast to try some swing moves with a few of the groomsmen who got major points for enjoying themselves! I was sooo dizzy by the end of one of the dances because all we did was twirls! Kaliste made all of the bridesmaids matching jewelry which you can sort of see in this picture. It was so much fun to know there was a great big bow on my back all day and sequins never fail to make me smile. :D
I hope you enjoyed this last installment of Summer of Dresses! Did you have fun at any weddings this summer? Also, go like Rachel's photography Facebook page!