Here we are looking cute. It was a windy day and my hair was NOT holding up the way I wanted. So, frizz and flowers was the "look du jour". Tres chic, non?
|We both wore green, so as to avoid any pinching. What is that about anyway? Looks like it's time to google that.|
|Why yes, those ARE her butt cheeks hanging out from her feather skirt.|
Moving on - the wedding was very sweet and simple. The groom was an old friend of Mr. Nerd's and I had never met the bride, so we didn't know many of the people that were there. We still had a good time though, and managed to mix-n-mingle a bit. This delicious green ale that the groom brewed may have had a little to do with the easy mingling.
|It actually tasted a bit like Shiner. Deelish!|
This wedding involved a lot of do-it-yourself special touches, which I liked VERY much. They even made their own leather-bound guest book! Of course, I didn't get a picture, but I was thoroughly impressed. Many of the bridal party outfits were handmade and so were the favors we took home. Check out these cute little layered sand bottles.
|Who didn't love layered sand art when they were kids? Only parents, that's who.|
So, overall - St. Patrick's Day was pretty swell. We looked pretty cute, had some delicious green brews, hung out with a bunch of awesome nerds, and went to a wedding that involved a ceremony that directly quoted "The Princess Bride". I'd call that a mighty successful St. Patty's! And because I know you are dying to see it, here is a pic of the wedding party. Enjoy!