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Time Flies

The Utah football season started September 1st and ever since then, our lives have been absolutely nuts. Brian works long days, 7 days a week, and I manage to stay really busy with work and lash extensions. Every night, we are able to spend time together and catch up on everything.  Wedding plans are still moving along and I hope we are close to finalizing our ceremony plans.

Below are some pictures that sum up our lives these days. Although it's crazy, we have so much fun this time of year and we appreciate the quality time we share with each other. Go Utes!!!

With mom, Jenny & her fiance, Matt at the tailgate lot.

Jenny, Kelly, Ellerey and Easton on the field before the season opener.

One of my best friends and her new little one, Emjae.

Dad & RP throwin' up the U

At USC - Brian's good friend, Kenny, & his fam came from TX to support the UTES

Cheering on our Utes to the 54-10 win over BYU!

Celebrating with Bri after the Utah vs BYU game! We were SO excited!


Stuck on the Ceremony.

We are stuck. Where, oh where, should our wedding ceremony take place? Brian and I originally wanted to get married at the Cathedral of the Madeline downtown. We are both Catholic and so we thought this was going to be perfect. It is a beautiful church and close to our reception location. What is the problem you ask? You only have two time options for a Saturday wedding; 11:00 am and 1:30 pm. Being that we want a late afternoon ceremony so our guests can head to the cocktail hour, then straight to dinner, this won't work.

Maybe it is a fault of mine, but I look at my wedding from a guest's point of view and I want it to be as convenient as possible, hence the reason of keeping everything in a close proximity. I think we will look at some outdoor options, although if next July is anything like this past July, it will rain every day! If we find a place we love that is outdoors we will definitely need to have plan B set and ready. Hopefully we can find a place soon... this seems to be the only thing holding me up at this point. As soon as we get this settled, it's on to fun details!


Happy 30th, Kirky!

My sister, Kirsten (aka Kirky), turned 30 last weekend! A big shout out to my sis who has always been there for me and who will be standing by my side on the best day of my life. She has already been so helpful and my biggest supporter with the wedding planning. We celebrated on her actual birthday at a friend's wedding, but we have all year to celebrate the Dirty 30! Watch out, Kirky!

Kirst - thank you for who you are. I love you SO much! XOXO

Cutest curls around!


Celebrating Kirsten and Andy's marriage 9/4/10

All of the Chapman gals