It's been quite exciting over here lately. First of all we had the pleasure of being a part of Roxy's wedding which was the lovliest and most beautiful wedding we've been to. The bride looked simply stunning and the ceremony, oh gosh, it made me and almost every other guest completely teary (check my picture below as proof).
Together with Kamil we helped prepare the theme of the wedding (the invitations, menus, guest list, name tags etc.). It was so much fun being a part of this gorgeous day.
Spending the whole day with the newlyweds was also fun. We got to see both of them prepare and...freak out a bit, too :)
Helping Roxy get ready for the big moment.
Houston was one of the guests of course.
Ta da! Don't I look beautiful when I cry?
One pretty backdrop we made there.
It was baby's first party, she seemed to like it.
...but not as much as her daddy
Roxy and Michal...we wish you a lifetime of happiness.
|photo credit kubabrzozowski.com|
Last weekend was equally exciting as we finally went to meet little Stella in person. Our little niece is officially the cutest, sweetest, most adorable tiny human ever. I couldn't stop staring at her and waiting for our own baby has now become even more unbearable. I can't wait for my daughter to meet her cousin and it's so cool there is such a little age difference between them. I hope they become best friends.
As I mentioned before my brother is a great cook which means no ordinary food is served at his house. He made veggie lasagne, amazing cheese cake (disappeared too fast, there was no time for photos) and eggs on creamy spinach for breakfast...no biggie. He did all this while juggling a baby so whoever said having a newborn at home makes you forget about food, cleaning or yourself for that matter should pay him a visit. Ela and Andrew we really hope we get to be half the parents you are now, respect you guys!
And guess what, they gave Kamil a one day baby-handling course. He took care of Stella like a pro, gave her a bath, dressed up and all. You can probably imagine how touched I was seeing all this.