Wednesday, September 21, 2016


Last weekend, my baby sister got hitched! It was such a bittersweet moment to see her marry her prince charming. She is the last of the Collins kids to be married so it marked an end of an era so to speak. And she will always be my baby sister so to see her taking this major step in life is beyond special.


The weekend started with manis & pedis for all the girls. Adelaide, Cooper & Collins were too cute for words! They loved being included in the big girl festivities. 




Friday enjoyed such a lovely bridal luncheon at Village Anchor. In true Taylor style, she had a gorgeous table set up, a delicious menu, and the perfect champagne for toasting! She got us the most adorable flower robes as well as these gold earrings for the wedding day.




After the rehearsal, the Ashes hosted a fun-filled evening at Hurstbourne Country Club for the rehearsal dinner. It was pasta themed because if you know Robbie then you know that his favorite food is pasta. Loads of it! The centerpieces were pasta filled, the place cards had gold painted bow tie pasta, and the groom's cake was a Packers bowl of pasta! Mrs. Ash did an amazing job on the creativity! We roasted & toasted the happy couple to prepare them for the big day!

We had a massive all girls slumber party to celebrate the bride on her last single night! Bright and early up ready to get primped for the big day...we were pampered with hair & make up all morning! My mom had some yummies for us to enjoy during breakfast and lunch. After we were all dolled up, we headed on the trolley over to HCC for Taylor & Robbie's first look as well as bridal party pictures. It was such a unique experience to have Taylor as a bride at her young childhood stomping ground. Next we headed to Running Water Farm to get the love birds married off! The ceremony was gorgeous and a true testament to their love for one another. Followed by a great night of cocktails, dinner, dancing, dessert & fireworks!

Congrats Taylor & Robbie! May you always have your #HappilyEverAsh!

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