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Shower Photos

I mentioned last Thursday that I was heading up to Illinois for my wedding shower. I got asked to share some photos, so here you go!:)







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  2. I love your dress. Thanks for the photos.

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  3. Aaaaaw. I'm so glad I got to see pictures.

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  4. Awww you're getting married! That's so exciting!

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  5. Thanks guys! I'll be sure to post my wedding pics in May. Wait til you all see all the ways I'm incorporating books into the wedding:)

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  6. it looks like you didn't have to wear one of those crazy hats made of bows... or is that just at bridal showers?
    beautiful dress!

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  7. oh wait- i saw it... you *did* get one of those hats!

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  8. Adorable! I love your dress--it's so pretty! Congrats on the wedding, how exciting! I can't wait to see your wedding dress, I bet it's gorgeous!

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  9. showers and weddings are so exciting. and your dress is REALLY cute!

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  10. Congratulations! I hope you had a wonderful time. You look beautiful and very happy. I can't wait to see wedding photos!

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  11. You look so happy in these pictures! Congratulations!

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  12. Thanks again!:) My wedding colors are hot pink and black, (can you tell?) so I was thrilled when I found a dress that matched!

    Marie-Yep I did get one of those crazy bow things!

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  13. Love the photos! Thanks for sharing with us!

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