July 1, 2015

there's so much to celebrate!

First off, I just want to say HAPPY Canada Day to my fellow Canadian bloggers and readers! I honestly love this country so much and could not be more proud of where I'm from. I will be celebrating this weekend at the cabin with 10 of my bestest pals! 

The last few months have been absolutely amazing, and I am just a walking smile. I cannot believe it's been almost two months since Pete proposed! Time most definitely flies when you're having fun and the most happy excited girl ever. 

I am really trying to take it all in and enjoy every moment right now. There's so much going on, and we always have a jam packed schedule but I wouldn't have it any other way! :)

Here are some fun & exciting things that have been happening lately/are happening soon
+ we booked our wedding venue! (in love!) + set our date! May 28th, 2016
+ we ordered our save the dates, from my favourite place ever: Minted!
+ we asked our bridal party to be part of our special day (they all said yes!)
+ we're heading to the cabin this weekend for a weekend of friendship + fun!
+ i booked an appointment for next week to try on wedding dresses (omg, i know)
+ i did the CN tower edge walk a few weekends ago, craziest thing i've ever done!
+ it's been one year since we moved in to our new cute-as-can-be apartment!
+ we've got a jam packed summer filled with so much fun stuff

Life is really really good, and I hope you agree!

& I will leave you with one of my favourite words ever:
  1. 1.
    publicly acknowledge (a significant or happy day or event) with a social gathering or enjoyable activity.
    "they were celebrating their wedding anniversary at a restaurant"
    "they were celebrating their wedding anniversary"


  1. Yay!!! There is so much to celebrate!! I love having things to celebrate, who doesn't?! Looks like you are going to have the most, most, most fun year yet!! xx

  2. Hey! Love you blog!
    Thanks so much for the sweet little feature!

    -Spark & Thistle xo


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