I’m fairly certain this is the most fun I’ve ever had at a wedding. As a result, I can barely tie my shoes today. (Solution: flip flops.) I’m tired, happy, covered in bug bites and my stomach and cheeks hurt from laughing. It’s going to take a couple days to gather my thoughts on all that took place in the last few days. In the meantime, a few of the basics:

The ever gorgeous bride

Kim was the most gorgeous bride ever. Adam melted when he saw her.

Peacock wedding cake

The Wright’s know how to throw a party. Their generosity was unbelievable and Adam’s mom paid attention to every last detail — from horse drawn wagon shuttling guests to the rehearsal dinner to the care packages left for each guest in the hotel rooms. Adam is the first Wright grandchild to marry and I’m not sure how the bar could be raised.

My boys

I could not love these two more.

Matt and Bec

Julezig + Kent

Also — these four? Well. They are most certainly my family too. I couldn’t have managed all of the emotion and detail of this weekend without these girls and their husbands by my side, encouraging my bad behavior, making me giggle and indulging my incessant requests to give them hugs and tell them how much I miss them.


It also didn’t hurt having this hot honey on my arm.


His milkshakes bring all the boys to the yard.


Congratulations, Adam and Kim!