Weddings are always a mixed bag; filled with happiness, joy, and even some tears. Well, at my bestie, Keisha’s, wedding we laughed, cried, meditated, and celebrated one another while watching her transcendental travel down the aisle. I mean look at how gorgeous she is…stunning!
The weekend started in the truly fab town of Laguna. Where the views are breathtaking, the neighborhoods are comfy, and the beaches are clean. You can’t beat this view…I was uber excited because I got to meditate from this balcony every morning. A dream!
What do you get for the spiritual and perpetually busy bride? We got her some travel bags in her favorite color, blush, and some colorful panties tastefully hidden in little boxes. We even threw in a hat for hubby.
Our bride loves letters and notes so I used some of my best crafting skills to make a box and water color a quote on the lid.
With a little love, we drafted touching personal letters and I watercolored and mounted them.
It all went in a Harvard colored L. L. Bean bag. Did I mention the couple met at Harvard’s Business school. Let’s talk about geniuses. I can’t wait for some smart little babies!!!
Then the bride gave us some amazing gifts.
I made the bride a groom a ceremonial broom to jump. What’s the point of a crafty friend if you can’t use her skills? A lot of people don’t understand what jumping the broom is all about. Well, back during slavery, African Americans were not allowed to get married. So, they created their own marriage ceremonies which involved jumping over a broom to signify their bond. Talk about creative. Many African American couples still jump the broom at the end of their ceremonies to symbolize this same union as well as remember the sacrifices of our ancestors. This history moment brought to you by Cupcakes.
The children were absolutely adorable!
My hubby to be was divine so I had to steal a smooch.
Then we cut a rug.
Love my ladies, Susy, Ruta, and Rachel!