Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Weekending: #wisconsinbound

Hi everyone! Sorry I'm so late getting this out! I have been fighting to catch up on nearly 40 hours of travel and some crazy time changes.

I hope you all had a fabulous weekend!  Today I'm linking up with Ashley, Biana, Meg and  Lisa.
This was a huge weekend for us as we traveled to Wisconsin to celebrate the wedding of Jon's cousin, Tom, and his gorgeous bride, Stephanie.  Seriously, the.sweetest.couple.ever.

We got out there Friday morning, and of course as with every trip to the great dairy state, we had to hit up Culver's for some cheese curds.  Cheese curds for breakfast? #surewhynot
I then proceeded to crash for several hours while Jon got some time with Tom running wedding errands and such.  They are BFF's.

We had the rehearsal Friday night. (Jon was a groomsman.)
Saturday, Jon and I were able to sneak in a cafe date at Berres Brothers Coffee, a place Tom and Stephanie took us when we visited on our move out to Hawaii.
The wedding was absolutely beautiful.  Stephanie chose to use so many colors in the wedding, and it really could not have been more fun.  The night was full of visiting with family flown in from all over, dancing our faces off, and celebrating the marriage of two of the sweetest people I have ever met.
I can't wait to see what the future has in store for them. I would love if our babies could grow up together.

Love you, Tom and Steph! Can't wait to see you at Thanksgiving!

On our way home, we had a 7 hour layover in Seattle that we definitely made the most of. The airport there has this awesome rail that runs smack into the center of the city, so that's where we headed.

As crazy as it sounds, HAWAII HAS NO CHIPOTLE.  Naturally we went straight there and lined up for our burritos.  Man.  I don't know how we live without Chipotle.  Come to Hawaii, please.  We then crossed the street for cappuccinos at the most darling cafe, totally Seattle style.  After cappuccino, we headed over for a stroll at Pike Place Market.  I love the flowers there and have taken approximately 683952127 photos of them.  Before leaving, we swung by Specialty's for the most.amazing.cookies.ever.  My awesome sister-in-law introduced us to these sweet bites when we visited her on our move out.  Our family knows how to eat, y'all.:)

What were you up to this weekend?

1 comment:

  1. So jealous of your travels!! That church is beautiful! Thanks for linking up.

    ~Ashley @ A Cute Angle