Y’all know that I initially started this blog as a way to document our lives and our journey to our wedding. I blogged about our engagement photos and bridal showers and never really blogged about the “big day”. Why? I stopped blogging for about 5 months after we got married and figured no one cared by then. I think one day I’ll blog about our wedding, but for today, I’m talking about the “Other Wolfe Wedding!”

Mathew’s cousin, Kevin, got married on Saturday and as y’all know, Mathew was a groomsman. We don’t get invited to weddings very often, so when we do I get really excited.

I love the whole wedding process. The planning, DIY, winning fun contests and goodies, taking pictures (engagement and bridal), buying fun things for the wedding party, and then actually the big day and everything that comes with it. Any time I go to a wedding now, it’s as if my own wedding replays in my mind and all the emotions I had that day come flooding back. It’s a lovely thing 🙂

Kevin and Alicia Wolfe wedding
Top: my cousin Jessica and I pre-wedding, Mathew and I at the photo booth, Mathew escorting bridesmaids up the aisle Middle: Kevin and Alicia during their ceremony, mason jar glasses that Alicia made, Bottom: The bride/groom table (LOVE the signs), Mathew and I after the ceremony, Kevin and Alicia cutting their cake

Kevin’s wife, Alicia, did a great job with the vision of their wedding. The reception was completely Pinterest inspired and I loved it! I may have blown up Instagram (sorry!) on Friday and Saturday from my excitement. The “Other Wolfe Wedding” was a success!

I’m seriously so excited for them because since the beginning we’ve known that she was the one for him. The wedding was beautiful and it was so nice to see the Wolfe side of the family.

What’s your favorite part of a wedding? (psst- mine is when the bride walks down the aisle- that’s when I look at the groom!)

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