Here are some pic-a-tures from the fabulous shower on Saturday!
I'd like to apologize in advance for my double-chin. In. every. picture.
Tiffany made me this SHMADORABLE corsage bracelet...and David a matching boutonniere. Oh my gosh, they are so cute. I'm saving them forever. They had little pear jewels and precious little flowers on them. She is so talented. Tiffany is a florist...well, florist isn't the right word for her. That makes her sound like a little old lady working in this little tiny hut making flower arrangements. Tiffany is a Magic Flower Person. It is AMAZING what she can do. She creates the most stunning arrangements, bracelets, headbands, anything you want. You should see her weddings. She needs to be on TV. She needs to come and decorate my house.
Here are those sweet pea invitations and hats. Brandi designed the invitations. It says..."Join us Saturday, November 14th at 6:00 p.m. to celebrate the upcoming arrival of Piper Lee and Harper...David and Ruth's perfect pair." See the litte pears hanging from the tree? Tee hee! Get it...pair...pear...so cute!!
Mom eating Tris' bruschetta...oooh so good.
Malinda's heavenly macarons. Crying is inevitable when you eat them. She made original, chocolate and mint...all three are divine.
Delicious cupcakes from Senia and Erin. Reid's thinking..."Hey, wait a second...I'm sitting here eating pureed carrots and there are two types of cupcakes up there. This isn't working for me."
We played a game where Erin (with remote) played a song and whichever team (guys vs. girls) got the song title and artist right first, won.
Fun times with buddies.
Tris' sugared pears...so pretty! Shea didn't believe me that it was sugar on them, so I said, "Well, lick it." No worries...she took that one with her to eat.
I wish I had taken pictures of all of the awesome stuff the girls got, but here are a few things...
This was from my Mom...I'm not going to explain it...but if you've seen Baby Mama, you'd understand.
Mom and Dad got them these precious turquoise bracelets when they went out West...handmade by a Native American woman in New Mexico.
Through God's provision and our flipping awesome friends and family, these two gals have gotten everything they need. Such a blessing. I can't even express how thankful I am. It's very humbling. Now, I just have to put the final touches on the nursery and wait for the munchkins.