Oh my goodness what a weekend we had here, with a full house and all my children, old and young, gathered in one place. Mr Thomas Bell McAvoy took the opportunity to proposed to Miss Sugar Nellie herself, Debbie Laura MacIver. The romantic setting of Brodie Castle was where Tom got down on one knee and asked for her hand after having a quiet word with her father earlier that morning.
From that moment on it has been a total spin, they leave today to go back to Glasgow and with Tom leaving Scotland middle of next week and not due back until next summer just in time for the wedding, it was a mad crazy few days of viewings and fittings.
We toured a few venues but as anyone who has been here and done this knows, venues bands and photographers are booked up well over a year in advance, so with half the wedding guest coming from across the pond, we have chosen a mid week wedding. This opens up ever venue, band and photographer and gives those arriving Sat - Saturday a better schedule to work around. We have so many things to think about but changing the date from a Saturday takes so much pressure off.
We all need a little time to let it sink in and get over our emotional hiccups,our little girls has grown up so fast and the thought of her being someones wife and living in America has pulled on a few heart strings, especially her Dad's.
The Internet allows us to share plans with all those involved and with skype too, miles mean nothing with the help of today's technologies. It is only last year that she went across to NY to work for the summer, who would have ever guessed that one tall and very good looking tennis coach would turn her world up sides down.
So forgive me if I have not been around, with no Internet at home again and the computer man due out today, I am hoping that normality with resume sometime this week.
I hope you all enjoyed the SIMPLY SASSY blog hop and I must say a huge thank you to Maria and her DT for all their hard work and amazing creations, girls you are very much appreciated and I only wish I had half your creative talent.