The wedding was held at Calabogie Resort (more on that in a later post), a very picturesque spot and perfect for the festivities. Many of the other guests stayed for the weekend but I forgot to make a reservation early so we had to drive back home after the reception ( and we means me , I was the designated driver this time). Dress code was very specific, denim, plaid and boots. I wanted to dress it up just a bit, plus the temperature was really warm so I did not want to wear jeans. I figured the dress I wore to the boys show last year would be perfect, my vest was denim, plus it had plaid trim on the back and of course my boots. My Boulets are not new, I found this when we were in Edmonton for a Convention in 1995 so they have seen a party of two.
Funny story, go figure all the bridesmaids were cream lace dresses, denim jackets and boots so I blended right in.
It was a gorgeous day and we had a blast although we were all pretty tired, we had spent the day finishing the deck before we got prettied up for the wedding. I had taken a few ( meaning a ton) of outfit pictures before we left. I was trying to figure out if I should go with the vest or the jacket but both actually came in useful. Vest till sunset and then the jacket as it cools down in the mountains and there were a ton of winged creatures. We got to the resort and I had Kent snap a few pics to change up the scenery a bit. Isn’t it gorgeous.
So tell me would you wear cowboy boots with a dress? Me, well I use to a lot but apparently moving to Ottawa shook a bit of the country gal out of me and as a result all my boots have stayed in the closet ( I have a few pair). Well world get ready I am regretting not wearing my boots so I am going to try and get them back in circulation.
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