Friday, July 10, 2015

This week on Marlborough 7.10

Happy happy Friday! Between my #bachelderette party in Nantucket followed by a long weekend in Vermont for the 4th of July, it's been a busy couple of weeks! The 4th is always sort of the mark of the "middle" of summer for me, so I can't quite believe it's over a that here we are in mid-July. Now, at about a month out from our wedding, the realness of it all is really starting to set in. I have a feeling this next month is going to be mayhem, but the countdown is officially on!

And speaking of my Bachelerotte weekend, it was an absolute blast. It was so much fun having my childhood friends, high school friends, college friends, study abroad friends, and not to mention by sister and MOM come from near and far to celebrate, especially in a a beautiful setting like Nantucket. The weekend was filled with lots of truth or dare, tennis matches, sandy feet, a super cute pup, group dancing, ridiculous photos, a super cute pup, and more of those laugh-until-you-cry moments than I've had in a long time. The ladies in these photos made it such a special weekend I will never forget (although there are some momements I'd like to). ;)
And here are some fun links from around the web this week..
  • Some pretty dream barn wedding venues.
  • A funny read about how to deal with those annoying passengers on your flight.
  • A gender reveal at a wedding!
  • In case you haven't seen it yet, a puppy video that will make your day.
  • Sushi I could get behind.
  • I'm a pretty big ice cream addict in the summer. Find out what the best ice cream shop is in every state!
  • How to make a killer summer cheese board.
  • The prettiest watercolor fans!
  • Rihanna pranks Jimmy Fallon, and it's amazing. 


In the weekend forecast? All sunshine! Have a great one!

1 comment:

  1. It looks like a wonderful weekend. Hope you all enjoyed together! My friends and I are big party freaks. We always host our parties at the local event rooms for rent but now we are making plans to visit Miami to celebrate Christmas day.

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