My uncle asked my cousin if she took soap to one of my showers.
A different cousin brought a shower curtain as a gift to another.
I won't be offended if you didn't laugh at any of the puns. And for those of you who missed it - I've been fortunate enough to be the "guest of honor" at a few wedding/bridal showers in the last couple of weeks. I realize I've posted about these on Facebook, but I'd like to include them in this blog, as well, because it seems to have become a sort of "life book" for me, and these are an important entry in that book...and memories I want to keep fresh for a long time to come.
The first of the showers was in Lincoln and thrown by a couple dear friends from college and one of my aunts. The theme was "All You Need Is Love," and it was such a cute, lovely, well-put-together event! Unfortunately, I didn't get many pictures of my own of this one, but here's a taste:
|No pictured: delicious snacks, cute table decorations, "date night" popsicle sticks, "Favorite Kensy Memories" cards, and a fun (and funny) "Who Said It?" game!|
|I got to keep the Scrabble tile sign! My former coopmate (the creator of the sign and one of the hostesses) and I used to play Scrabble together all the time. ☺|
The second shower was a pizza party couple's shower hosted by Bryant's family in Oklahoma. We had so much fun spending time with family and friends, sampling pizza, and sharing recipes! The decor, favors, food, etc. was all amazing. Check it all out here!
The third was a dream come true, for me: a Pampered Chef bridal shower! My mom has been hosting/attending Pampered Chef parties for most of my life, and I've grown up using and loving the tools. So, it was very exciting for me when my matron of honor asked if she could throw me a Pampered Chef shower. Again - not a lot of pictures, but be assured we had a wonderful time!
|After we had some snacks and played a fun game, I got to be the demonstrator!|
|Here we go! |
P.S. The guest bed is up and ready for visitors!
Thank you all for your shared excitement, love, and support! It sure means a lot.
Until next time...
With much anticipation,
Miss Kensy Berggren