Pagosa Springs, Colorado Reception
We woke up to find out the yearly balloon festival was that morning. What a treat! I've never seen one!
For such a small town, Pagosa holds some pretty cool events!
Then we went and watched his brother Ryan run in his cross-country race.
Before the reception, we had a photographer come and take some pictures. I loved the rainy day pictures but it was nice to have perfect weather too and get some different shots! It was nice to have Aaron's family come from all over Colorado to celebrate with us.
I loved the bouquet. It was so gorgeous. (Definitely a perk of a three week wedding! Three bouquets, three times to get all dressed up, etc!)
I love the picture below!
This little one is Aaron's cousin. She was funny. :) You can tell she wanted to be the center of attention! I love this picture of her... it totally shows how she acted all night!
Aaron's aunt catered meatballs and smokies and cheesecake. Aaron loved the cheesecake! This is what we call a 'groomal' pose. (Same idea as a bridal...) :)
A lady in Aaron's home ward made this cake. It was beautiful.
And it was DELISH!
West Jordan, Utah Reception
Photography done by Pattyanne. (http://www.timelessbypa.com)/
Typical flower picture. :)
For those who didn't make it, but wanted to... a personal walk-through. :)
Enter the doors and watch the fabulous wedding video. Aaron used the stuff off our parent's camcorders and made a fantastic video. Fantastic price too. :)
Now leave us a little note and your name!
Look at the pictures...
And then join the line.
Maybe you'll stand next to someone fun like the Jenkins!
Meet my parents. Doesn't my mom look super pretty?
Give us a hug. (This is the best I look in any of the pictures... yikes!)
Meet my gorgeous bush. :)
Meet Aaron's parents.
And his Grandma Vera. She was such a trooper. She came to all three events!
Gaze at the cake. We totolly forgot to cut it until after it was over. We're still eating it... :)
Now the reason you came: the food!
Which kind of pie would you like? Talk about delish.
And a little treat to take home! They were good too... Swedish fish, cinnamon bears, Twizzlers, chocolates, and peppermints.
And once I finally got them to work, this is what they looked like the day before the Utah reception! AHH! Obviously new flowers were a must! Luckily Home Depot refunded my money for the first batch.
Thanks for coming! Hope you enjoyed yourself!
As for us, we're off to drop into bed after three weeks of wonderful insanity! With a quadratic equation on the front window. :)