Saturday, August 25, 2012

Friday, August 24, 2012

The Lundergans - At the Fabulous Fox Theatre!


We started bright and early with makeup and hair. Then we headed to the Fabulous Fox theatre to get things started. Karli and Matt revealed themselves to one another on the stage and the photo opp began . She had an amazing photographer that I highly recommend – White-Klump Photograpy and I cannot wait to see them all!

At 5pm Karli and Matt were married on the stage. Then there were cocktails in the foyers. Dinner in the club right up the stairs.  Then back downstairs into the breakstaking foyer for  the dancing! She had a band and a DJ!!! It was a PERFECT evening and she was one of the most beautiful brides I have ever seen. I was so honored to be part of the big day and I look forward to a life time of memories with the 2 of them!

Here is a link to the professional photos! Worth seeing!
http://whiteklumpphotography.com/blog/the-fabulous-fox-theater-karlimatt/













Thursday, August 23, 2012

Morie/Lundergan Rehearsal Dinner Day

June 8 kicked off Karli and Matt’s wedding weekend!

Karli took all the bridesmaids to First Watch for lunch in Clayton (my last day at the bank in Clayton and First Watch is right out the front door.
We started with the rehearsal at the Fabulous Fox Theatre and then headed to Washington Ave for the dinner at Lucas Park Grille. 















Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Karli's Bachellortte Party: Kentucky Derby

In May we took Ms. Karli on her once-in-a-lifetime-weekend-away bachellorette party to the KENTUCKY DERBY!

The weekend was literally PERFECT! 

Friday, we went to dinner at a Martini Lounge and afterwards went back to the hotel room to open her gifts.

I lost my memory card of day 2 ....I really still cannot talk about this it makes me so sad.

Saturday, we left bright and early for the derby in our dresses and BIG HATS! We brought tents and chairs {which I was skeptical about} but it worked out well. We had infield tickets {cheap and cheerful} and I was quite surprised by the hoosierness found. I really though the derby was a grand event and if you pay tons of money for seats it probably is. There was lots of barely dressed men and women {swimsuits, themed outfits, etc}. It is a combination of a nascar race, meets the Missouri State fair, meets Mardi Gras. And I have to say I loved it and hope to go back again and again!!!

Seriously fabulous weekend for the one and only Ms. {now Mrs.} Karli.


























































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