What a tremendously fabulous day we had yesterday! Thanks for getting married Leda and David! We were so happy that we could be part of the big day! I apologize for the numerous amount of pictures that are on this post but there were too many fun ones to chose from! This is also for President Wilkins whose presence was greatly missed yesterday! I wanted him to be able to see it all.
For us the day started the day before when I made the Alfredo sauce and grilled and sliced 30 pounds of chicken (thanks again for helping mom!) for the luncheon. That night we went to drop the food off at the church. We then helped set up a little bit, ran to the store for some last minute items, and then went up to Sandy to stay at my brother Jason's. When we got to Sandy at around 11:30 pm we realized we'd left formula for Lilly in the truck at Kimber's so I ran to the store again and we finally went to bed just after midnight. Our kids woke up at 4 and didn't fall asleep again until around 5. We were supposed to get up at 5:45 because Doug had to be at the Salt Lake Temple at 7 because he was a witness. I changed the time on the alarm but never actually set the alarm so we woke up at 6:20, hurried and got ready and rushed to the temple. Good thing we decided to stay in Sandy the night before!
We made it to the temple and their sealing was exceptional. It seriously was the best sealing I've been too. They were given so much good advice and everything they were told was exactly what you need to hear on your wedding day. The happy couple coming out of the temple.
The happy couple after being fed. This picture was taken just after JD had read the letter so don't mind the red eyes.
She had a kids table set up for the naky babies with different activities they could do. Again, so cute!Here's a close up of one of their gorgeous centerpieces.
Heading back into the reception after taking pictures.The string of pictures.The sign in (or "sign a rock") table.Sophia enjoying her cheesecake.Grandma Wilkins with all her grandbabies.The bride with all her naky babies.
Sophia spent the majority of the reception playing outside with cousin Bridger. They are seriously two peas in one pod. She loves him so much and they always have such a great time together. When we were coming home the other day from playing with cousins I said, "you love your cousins don't you." She said, "no mom. I love Bridger!"
Cousins playing in the rocks.