Friday, July 2, 2010

Melissa's wedding day

We felt like this day would never come! I'm so happy to say that my little sister Melissa married Travis Dansereau on July 1, 2010. They got engaged in Decemeber , which by Utah standards is a long engagement. It was such a fun day! I know that there are a lot of pictures, so bear with me on this. It was really hard for me to decide on the pictures, and I wanted to share all the fun we had. I started the day off early by Melissa's hair. I was feeling extremely anxious about it cause I wanted her hair to look amazing. I'm glad it turned out the way I wanted it to.

They were married in the Logan Temple. Nate took this shot that morning. It was a beautiful day. When they came out of the temple, they were happier than I've ever seen them. Melissa looked so good. Check out her amazing dress.
We took a lot of pictures outside of the temple. Here is the couple with my parents.

As you might notice from the picture below, it was an extremely windy day! I felt like we had a built in fan, which is great for when we want the wind blown model look. However, for the most part it made me obsessed with fixing Melissa's hair. I told her it was part of the wedding hair-do package.
These are the sisters. Love them!
Just a little memorial of our own wedding day.
I ended up not taking many pictures of the luncheon that afternoon. We had it at the Coppermill in Logan. They gave us the chance to share some stuff about the couple with everyone there. Big surprise, I cried. I get a little emotional when it comes to stuff with Melissa.
The reception went well. It was so fun to see old Logan friends and hang out with the family. My mom, sister Angela and I are the pic below.
This is my niece Gabby. She's wacky. Enough said.

Cutting the cake and kissing. My brother, Michael caught the garter. What a champ. He was obviously the most athletic person there, so of course he caught it.
In my opinion, the most fun of the day was the dance party at the end of the reception. Michael brought his ipod with Chris Brown's 'Forever'. We hooked it up to the sound system and had a little dance party as one last surprise for Melissa and Travis. Of course, they loved it and we had a ton of fun dancing while a lot of people stood there and watched us. Party poopers. Even my parents joined in and were loving it. My mom is in the green and my dad in the suit.I'm so happy for Melissa and Travis and look forward to many fun times with them in the future.


Mike said...

So much fun. Glad I had such a great idea for the dance party. :-)

Mindy said...

Her hair looks great! And I just realized I have some hair questions for you! :) Maybe I shall ask on Facebook.

T-Ray said...

beautiful... you look SOOOO good!

Brian and Courtni said...

so glad you posted pics...and so quickly -- good job! everything looked great from her hair, her dress, everything...including you! loved your dress and how skinny you look!

marilynl said...

We are such a cute family!

Daisie said...

Still can't believe Melissa is old enough to get married! When I picture her I still see middle school or younger!! What a beautiful bride she was! And her hair looked fab thanks to you, and your looking quite fabulous yourself! I Love the Lundberg's! So fun to see pics of your fam! Miss you!!

ChaseandKristi said...

So fun. You look great too.

vcsings said...

Dear Nicole, Hope you don't mind me commenting on Melissa's lovely wedding and your great family. We had Emily's wedding the week before(also after a 6 month engagement,too long!) and she had almost the same colors. She had plum with lime green and bright pink accents and black for the bridesmaids. Check it out on Mandy's blog.Your family all look great.Tell your mom hi. Congrats to you all!
Vickie Craw

Aubri said... look so great in that dress! Hot Mama! Also, the bride looks beautiful...good job on her hair :)

politicchic6 said...

Adorable. You do everyone's wedding hair. And you kind of look like a rock star in those pics.

Christina said...

That night was beautiful. I had fun seeing all of you. You were such a babe in that dress. It looked like it was made for you.