Guy and Kels got married at the Bountiful Temple. It was a BEAUTIFUL day for November. The sun was shining, and it wasn't too cold for our cute outfits! The ceremony was pretty amazing. Guy and Kels have been through some very specific challenges, individually and as a couple. Their sealer was truly inspired. It was as if he had a checklist of what they needed addressed. And he had the perfect combination of being serious, and full of the spirit; and having fun, making it light and almost comical. I don't think there was a dry eye in the place. Kelsey looked so beautiful and it was amazing to be there sharing this experience with her.
My Mom, Carlee and I sneaked into the bride room. I wanted to see Kels and help out for a minuet before the onslaught of pictures. She changed into her dress, and I left, to go help with the children. My Dad and Ben beat me to the holding room and Sophie was so excited to see them. She sure loves the men in her life.
After the luncheon was over, we jetted out of there to put our kids down for a much needed nap.
For her wedding We made A LOT of stuff. Kelsey had her vision, designed how things would look, and I helped her execute it. I didn't take a lot of pictures, but all in all WE made:
bobby pin for her hair
Mom and Grandma corsages
Boutonnières for the wedding party. Which included 13 adults and a few children ( I can't remember, dang it!)
and a million poppies to adorn different things...