Way way back in August – which is hard to imagine now, since it’s frigid out – we celebrated the wedding of B’s final unmarried cousin, T, and his now-wife, C.
The wedding was absolutely gorgeous! It was in Saint Louis, which is a short drive from Indianapolis. Big Daddy got a hotel room with his work discount, and we just stayed for one night.
The wedding and reception were both at Schlafly, a well-loved local brewery. Which is VERY them- and we appreciate that!
The cake really shows the kind of wedding it was- simple, beautiful, happy, and inviting.
The flower girls were the daughters of both of the groom’s brothers, K and P.
All of B’s siblings were in attendance. Here are his three brothers!
Then there are the girls… here I am with my sister in law N, and brother in law Steve’s new girlfriend A!
Remember, this was taken three months ago… wait until you see how much more pregnant N is now! N was one of three pregnant ladies at this wedding, both of the groom’s brothers’ wives were pregnant with their second kids too.
N (left) is expecting her son February 2, S (middle) had her son last Friday, and K (right) had her daughter in September.
Here’s a photo of all five kids and their dad!
All of us significant others hopped in for a picture as well…
We like to keep it awkward.
Here’s one of me and the hubby!
I loved having some time to spend with the relatives, especially my one and only sister in law!
My brother in law Jeremy just turned 21… after having one beer he kept us laughing with his version of a drunk face!
Me and my sweetie…
The ceremony was in the reception location, so it was a swift transition between parts of the day. I loved watching T and C tie the knot with a delicious beer in my hand!
We went on to have more and more fun as the night progressed. And I won $5 from my brother in law Andrew.
Yeah, don’t bet against kjpugs!
Only one wedding after this one and we were done for the year! And that means I am almost done with recapping the awesome past events I haven’t shared.
Oh and let the lesson of this post be… breweries are a great place to get married. And to get drunk. Amen.