We Have a Flower Girl

This felt board serves two purposes. 1) educating our niece on how to dress oddly shaped felt humans and 2) asking her to be our flower girl. She said yes! 



Thanks to Jamie for lending her poetic hand.

We Have a Flower Girl

This felt board serves two purposes. 1) educating our niece on how to dress oddly shaped felt humans and 2) asking her to be our flower girl. She said yes! 



Thanks to Jamie for lending her poetic hand.

Crowdsourcing a Dessert Table

Y’all know how much we love homemade treats. We’re typically the ones at the party who take the leftover desserts home and wake up excited for day-old-apple-pie-brunch (aka I stay in bed and holler at Gabi until he brings me pie in bed. PIE IN BED.). 



When we started talking desserts, we realized our favorites came from family and friends. My mom’s famous pecan pie. Gabi’s mom’s almond jam cookies. Aunt Vicki’s povatica. Jess’ cranberry apple ribbon pie. Anything Diana touches. The list goes on. 

So, we have a favor to ask. We’d like to crowdsouce our dessert table. This may be the only time in our lives when all our peeps are at the same party, so what a perfect time for everyone to show off their baking magic? 



Now, if strapping on an apron and playing with sugar sound like your version of hell, do not volunteer. The last thing we want is baked goods made in fits of floury frustration. BUT, if you’re like me, and love to spend your Friday nights with your BFFs the mixer and the muffin pan, jump on board!

Please send Mich an email if you’d like to join the sugar-high train and contribute a dessert to our bake-sale style dessert table. 

PS - And if you’ve ever heard Gabi exclaim, “OMG this cookie, are you serious right now?!”, you will take full advantage of our request because this boy will make you feel like the next Food Network star. 

Crowdsourcing a Dessert Table

Y’all know how much we love homemade treats. We’re typically the ones at the party who take the leftover desserts home and wake up excited for day-old-apple-pie-brunch (aka I stay in bed and holler at Gabi until he brings me pie in bed. PIE IN BED.). 



When we started talking desserts, we realized our favorites came from family and friends. My mom’s famous pecan pie. Gabi’s mom’s almond jam cookies. Aunt Vicki’s povatica. Jess’ cranberry apple ribbon pie. Anything Diana touches. The list goes on. 

So, we have a favor to ask. We’d like to crowdsouce our dessert table. This may be the only time in our lives when all our peeps are at the same party, so what a perfect time for everyone to show off their baking magic? 



Now, if strapping on an apron and playing with sugar sound like your version of hell, do not volunteer. The last thing we want is baked goods made in fits of floury frustration. BUT, if you’re like me, and love to spend your Friday nights with your BFFs the mixer and the muffin pan, jump on board!

Please send Mich an email if you’d like to join the sugar-high train and contribute a dessert to our bake-sale style dessert table. 

PS - And if you’ve ever heard Gabi exclaim, “OMG this cookie, are you serious right now?!”, you will take full advantage of our request because this boy will make you feel like the next Food Network star. 

HURRA!

HURRA! We’re getting married! Hurra is a Hungarian word meaning hooray. The English word is thought to have originated from the word hurra. We thought it was a great way to sum up our day.

HURRA  {hu-rá} - used to express joy, approval, or encouragement 

Thank you for visiting our site. We launched this early to give all you out-of-towners plenty of time to plan. The site has a ton of information to help make your trip to Colorado awesome. If y’all have any questions, or if we can help you with your travel plans, please let us know! 

Check back often as we’ll be posting DIY projects (and probably enlisting help for said DIY projects), updating travel info, and adding the weekend’s agenda.

We can’t wait to see you there!

 

DIY Bridesmaid Gift

I’m lucky enough to have some pretty adventurous and independent women in my inner circle (que Destiny’s Child…). Because of this, my gals are spread out all over the world. Jamie and Jess back in Colorado, Kelly in Croatia, Lauren in Dayton, Melissa in Germany, and Shannon in Cali. Somehow, miraculously, I was able to ask each of them to be bridesmaids in person, which meant so much to me. 

This is the first wedding related DIY project I tackled. I picked a fun, celebratory quote, and used this awesome tutorial from my sister, Jess, with Make and Do Girl to make each maid something fun to hang on their wall. I made them each a card letting them know why I wanted them to be in the bridal party and asking if they’d be a bridesmaid. Luck for me, they all said yes! 

Knowing this group of ladies, the bubbly will be flowing and they could very well climb on top of those tables and dance.

Cheers!


Crowdsourcing a Dessert Table

Y’all know how much we love homemade treats. We’re typically the ones at the party who take the leftover desserts home and wake up excited for day-old-apple-pie-brunch (aka I stay in bed and holler at Gabi until he brings me pie in bed. PIE IN BED.). 



When we started talking desserts, we realized our favorites came from family and friends. My mom’s famous pecan pie. Gabi’s mom’s almond jam cookies. Aunt Vicki’s povatica. Jess’ cranberry apple ribbon pie. Anything Diana touches. The list goes on. 

So, we have a favor to ask. We’d like to crowdsouce our dessert table. This may be the only time in our lives when all our peeps are at the same party, so what a perfect time for everyone to show off their baking magic? 



Now, if strapping on an apron and playing with sugar sound like your version of hell, do not volunteer. The last thing we want is baked goods made in fits of floury frustration. BUT, if you’re like me, and love to spend your Friday nights with your BFFs the mixer and the muffin pan, jump on board!

Please send Mich an email if you’d like to join the sugar-high train and contribute a dessert to our bake-sale style dessert table. 

PS - And if you’ve ever heard Gabi exclaim, “OMG this cookie, are you serious right now?!”, you will take full advantage of our request because this boy will make you feel like the next Food Network star. 

Crowdsourcing a Dessert Table

Y’all know how much we love homemade treats. We’re typically the ones at the party who take the leftover desserts home and wake up excited for day-old-apple-pie-brunch (aka I stay in bed and holler at Gabi until he brings me pie in bed. PIE IN BED.). 



When we started talking desserts, we realized our favorites came from family and friends. My mom’s famous pecan pie. Gabi’s mom’s almond jam cookies. Aunt Vicki’s povatica. Jess’ cranberry apple ribbon pie. Anything Diana touches. The list goes on. 

So, we have a favor to ask. We’d like to crowdsouce our dessert table. This may be the only time in our lives when all our peeps are at the same party, so what a perfect time for everyone to show off their baking magic? 



Now, if strapping on an apron and playing with sugar sound like your version of hell, do not volunteer. The last thing we want is baked goods made in fits of floury frustration. BUT, if you’re like me, and love to spend your Friday nights with your BFFs the mixer and the muffin pan, jump on board!

Please send Mich an email if you’d like to join the sugar-high train and contribute a dessert to our bake-sale style dessert table. 

PS - And if you’ve ever heard Gabi exclaim, “OMG this cookie, are you serious right now?!”, you will take full advantage of our request because this boy will make you feel like the next Food Network star. 

Crowdsourcing a Dessert Table

Y’all know how much we love homemade treats. We’re typically the ones at the party who take the leftover desserts home and wake up excited for day-old-apple-pie-brunch (aka I stay in bed and holler at Gabi until he brings me pie in bed. PIE IN BED.). 



When we started talking desserts, we realized our favorites came from family and friends. My mom’s famous pecan pie. Gabi’s mom’s almond jam cookies. Aunt Vicki’s povatica. Jess’ cranberry apple ribbon pie. Anything Diana touches. The list goes on. 

So, we have a favor to ask. We’d like to crowdsouce our dessert table. This may be the only time in our lives when all our peeps are at the same party, so what a perfect time for everyone to show off their baking magic? 



Now, if strapping on an apron and playing with sugar sound like your version of hell, do not volunteer. The last thing we want is baked goods made in fits of floury frustration. BUT, if you’re like me, and love to spend your Friday nights with your BFFs the mixer and the muffin pan, jump on board!

Please send Mich an email if you’d like to join the sugar-high train and contribute a dessert to our bake-sale style dessert table. 

PS - And if you’ve ever heard Gabi exclaim, “OMG this cookie, are you serious right now?!”, you will take full advantage of our request because this boy will make you feel like the next Food Network star. 

Crowdsourcing a Dessert Table

Y’all know how much we love homemade treats. We’re typically the ones at the party who take the leftover desserts home and wake up excited for a day-old-apple-pie-brunch (aka I stay in bed and holler at Gabi until he brings me pie in bed. PIE IN BED.). 



When we started talking desserts, we realized our favorites came from family and friends. My mom’s famous pecan pie. Gabi’s mom’s almond jam cookies. Aunt Vicki’s povatica. Jess’ cranberry apple ribbon pie. Anything Diana touches. The list goes on. 

So, we have a favor to ask. We’d like to crowdsouce our dessert table. This may be the only time in our lives when all our peeps are at the same party, so what a perfect time for everyone to show off their baking magic? 



Now, if strapping on an apron and playing with sugar sound like your version of hell, do not volunteer. The last thing we want is baked goods made in fits of floury frustration. BUT, if you’re like me, and love to spend your Friday nights with your BFFs the mixer and the muffin pan, jump on board!

Please send Mich an email if you’d like to join the sugar-high train and contribute a dessert to our bake-sale style dessert table. 

PS - And if you’ve ever heard Gabi exclaim, “OMG this cookie, are you serious right now?!”, you will take full advantage of our request because this boy will make you feel like the next Food Network star.