Anyway, these past three days have been craaaaazzzy! So, instead of giving you a detailed day-to-day play by play, I'm only going to focus on the big,
We then continued the night with a few games that y'all had so generously suggested for me when I asked for your help last week! And let me tell ya...the girls had soooo much fun with this!
We played 20 questions; I called and asked my sister's fiancé different questions about himself and their relationship and then I asked my sister what she thought his responses were...for every one she got wrong, she had to take a Jello shot. For every one she got right, she had to pass a shot to one of the girls...she did surprisingly well, so the girls paid for it by having to take more shots than her!
We then played the "Purse Game." I asked all of the girls to grab their purses and then I started listing off items that could be found in their purse. Random things such as paper clips and hair ties to hairspray and tweezers. There were different points for each item and the girl with the most points at the end won a prize. It was truly amazing what some girls actually keep in their purse! So much fun!
We took a little break from the game playing to let my sister open her presents...and let me tell you...I'm pretty sure she is set on underwear, nighties and alcohol for the next few years! She definitely did well in that department.
Then, since we had about half an hour before our bus was coming to pick us up, we played one last game of "Hot Potato" except it wasn't a potato...if you catch my drift ;) I played and stopped the music until the last person not holding the "potato" was declared the winner!
These games were a great way to get the girls all "loosened up" before the party bus arrived to take us out on the town!
After four hours of suckers, shots, beer and drinks, the bus picked us all back up and drove us home. An intense night...a loooooong night. A night that I don't think my sister will ever forget. I know that I won't. :)
I sent all of the girls off the next morning with a breakfast that my Mom so graciously prepared for us as well as a goodie bag of "recovery essentials": tylenol, gatorade, pictures of them with the bride and cute glasses to pour their gatorade into as they drove home.
The countdown is on now. The big day is less than six weeks away. I cannot wait. If this party was any indication of how much fun her wedding is going to be, we are definitely in for a good time!
How was your weekend? I spent the rest of mine recovering, so I would love to hear what exciting things y'll did to celebrate Labor Day!
Until next time...