For our wedding last September, Adam and I decided to take pictures before the ceremony so we could get a bunch in and worry more about the party after the ceremony instead of where to stand and who to look at.
This meant that we spent a couple of hours with our awesome photographer and her assistant, Adam’s brother Lee, my brother Ben, my friend Sarah, my cousin Kaitlyn, and then our two tag alongs, Sarah’s husband Dave and Kaitlyn’s boyfriend Tom who I secretly flew in for the wedding. Dave and Tom were the helpers while we did stuff, and even held up a blanket to make the “reveal” at the top of the steps in the park where we met Adam a little more dramatic and tv-worthy…if we were being filmed or whatever. Tom even came to the hair salon and was a good sport. He declined on a make-over, though.
So anyway, we had such a fun time taking pictures and driving around, even despite my losing my kick ass earrings I spent a week shopping for online. (Adam found them in my car about a month after the wedding, go figure. All I can say is thanks Kohl’s for great deals and some pretty cool vintagey looking earrings that I found in about 5 minutes! Kohl’s really saved the day…never thought I’d say that.)
Sorry for the tangent, but we (maybe just me?) decided that I wasn’t a Bridezilla but more of a Babyzilla. I really had a lot of fun that day but had tiny mini nearly inconsequential frustrations (what with losing the earrings and general timeliness and direction giving to all) that thereby defined me as a Babyzilla.
Adam doesn’t like this cattoon because he doesn’t get it. He thinks it sounds like I’m a ‘zilla for babies and I should have used Baby Bridezilla, but that doesn’t flow off the tongue as nicely. Rawr!
Once I get my pictures back I’ll have to post a funny shot we all took where I posed as a Babyzilla (yes, we made a pose and have a specific way you have to say Babyzilla).
I think my cousin Kaitlyn and her boyfriend Tom appreciated it the most. We had the most fun with Babyzilla, so THERE Adam. It is hilarious and does make sense. At least to nerds like us (sorry guys).