Sunday, July 4, 2010

we're married!

June 26, 2010 at 6:00, I became Mrs. Bailey.

There are lots of words that can descibe us Bailey's these days: rested, tan, happy-very happy.

More wedding & honeymoon pictures soon...promise


Mrs. Bailey

Thursday, June 3, 2010

it's June!

How many days until the "Big Day?" Welp, just ask the groom.
He will tell you (and it's pretty cute that he has a countdown-on his John Deere Tractor calendar no less.)
23 days and counting. Let the countdown continue!
Lots has happened in a month blog readers.
I will post shower pictures soon.
One thing is for sure, people are so nice and generous.
I am honestly blown away by the gifts, cards, and kind words!

Friday, May 7, 2010

girls just wanna have fun

My bachelorette party was April 24th and what a good time it was!

Oh what great friends I have from every part of my life...sorority sisters, roomies, pommies, family...all showed up with their party pants on to celebrate my bachelorettness!

We had dinner, opened lingerie (ooh la la), and had a wonderful girls night out on the town.

Of couse the night would not be complete without a little pom moves from the past :)
It was such a fun bridesmaids worked so hard to make it perfect. Thank you girls. Love you!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

quick wedding updates

The weeks are flying by and we are checking things off of our wedding "to do" list:
engagement pictures-check; blog (for a sneak peak) she is absolutely wonderful.

bridal portraits- check

bachelorette party-check (okay thats not really a "to do" but it happened and was a blast!)

invitations picked up and ready to be mailed-check

dress is altered and in-check

so excited to become Mrs. Bailey that my heart is at a constant pitter-patter-check

two months and counting...

It has been quite some time since my last post.

Two months, exactly.

Alot has happened in the past two months...

weddin' planning...


and showering...

So far, we have been blessed with 2 wonderful wedding showers.

Both were in Mountain Home-Reece's roots-and let me tell you folks, Mountain Home knows how to "shower"

One at the Deweys...

hosted by these lovely ladies {jen, bekah, allyson & elizabeth}

and these little lovelies as well {leah, lauren, & libby}

So glad my family was there to celebrate {aunt janny, nana, & mom}


We recieved countless thoughtful gifts...the most practical coming from his cousin Liz-a basket filled with cleaning supplies-you laugh, but we have already put them to use quite a bit!

We also had a shower at his church. It was very special to meet and celebrate with so many people that have watched him grow up!

The wedding showers were wonderful-such a special memory. Thank you everyone who came!

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Less than four months away...

Let the count down begin. In less than 4 months, you can call me by my new name Brooke Bailey.

Am I excited...absolutely! I have been practicing and doodling my new name for quite some time know, practice makes perfect.

There has been alot going on lately in preparation for the big day. My Mom has been a wonderful blessing to me in helping plan all of the details...because in case you didn't know..I'm kinda busy.

In just 2 weeks, I will be going to my first showers! Reece's wonderful family is throwing me a shower in Mountain Home. The next day, his family's church is giving us a shower as well. I am really looking forward to getting to know all of the people that were a big part of his life.

I know this spring is going to fly by...before you know it, I'll have a new name, new husband, living our new little life...not to mention a new little one to play with-not mine, our sweet friends the Hoppers are having a little one! Wheeeee!

Not to mention our new house (BIG SMILE)...more on that later...and pictures I promise.

Big changes and busy time, but can't imagine doing it with anyone else. Just can't wait to be Mrs. Bailey!

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Carnell Hall Reservations

Attention out of town guests!
...and locals.
Inn at Carnall Hall is providing a remarkable rate for our wedding weekend. Book under "Brooke and Reece" and recieve a nightly rate of $120.
The building was built in 1906 as the first young women's dormitory on campus. It was constructed in the far northeast part of campus, away from male dormitories. It served as a female dorm until 1967, a fraternity house until 1977, and joined the National Register for Historic Places in 1982. In 2001 the Board of Trustees approved the structure to be turned into an historic hotel.
Since the wedding and reception are at the same location, you can sit back relax, and enjoy without worrying about parking or walking. Inn at Carnall Hall is just a short walk from the historic campus and Dickson Street's shopping, eating, and entertainment.
There are 40 rooms at the hotel...each unique in its own way.

Book a room if you would like and don't forget to ask for the wedding rate!