The girls and I were up first...looks like the competition was getting pumped up!
I love this shot so much, haha! They were fighting for the bouquet and it was hilarious! Mr. L's sister ended up catching it and we declared her the winner!
I then sat down in a chair and Mr. L took off the garter, stood up with his back to the line of guys, and launched it in the air.
I suppose that's a bunch of guys for you -- staring at the garter and hoping you're not the one to catch it! Our friend Kevin was the lucky fellow for this toss. And look at that catch -- so smooth. He's a total pro.
We gathered up both winners and then posed with them for a victory picture:
Luckily for them we didn't make them do anything embarrassing afterwards haha. When we were planning what to do, we figured that just the tosses alone would be fine -- no need for the guy to put the garter on the girl. It felt like it could end up being very awkward!
After the tosses, everyone talked, drank, and danced for about another hour or so. It was so much fun getting to talk to so many of our loved ones and see how much fun they were having.
|It's not a wedding without the Cha Cha Slide!|
|Hello memories of middle school, good to see you again!|
We didn't have a traditional "everyone watch us as we leave" getaway, mainly because I honestly never even thought of doing it. I really liked how our evening ended though. With everything our families did to put together such a beautiful and amazing wedding, it was the least we could do to help after the party was over, plus we had the opportunity to talk about what a great night it was. I would do it over again the same way without hesitation, for sure. =)
I'll be back tomorrow for one more post, which talks about the little details of the wedding and of course commemorates my and Mr. L's two year wedding anniversary!
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Before the Big Day
- A (Venue) Hunting We Will Go
- In Which I Find a Dress
- The Bridal Shower
- An Afternoon Tea
- We Rehearse and Then Eat
And it Comes Back to Us