Monday, July 2, 2012

Oh Snaps! A Peek at my Week on Instagram {#9}

Happy Monday! How was your weekend? Did you do a bit of early 4th of July celebrating? The neighborhood fireworks were in full swing last night. I hate that it falls on a Wednesday this year, but we'll be heading out to beautiful Long Branch on the Jersey shore as long as the predicted thunderstorms stay away.
Here's a peak at what the boys and I have been up to this week:

Last Sunday 6.24.12 my parents celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary and have been together 37 years. They are a true testament that Love = perseverance through everything. I love my crazy parents.

We had friends of the family over for my first bible study in years. I don't cook but I threw together my favorite Summertime pasta salad, because it's simple but tasty and filling.

CJ and I woke up with major pep in our step, even got to our perspective schools early in anticipation of 2:40pm and the start of Summer vacay.

Freedom: Let the Summer fun commence!

We took an afternoon stroll around our neighborhood and Tristan Riley tried to deal with the heat.

These Hydrangeas look so chic and regal in hues of my favorite color.

One perk to being a mommy is that I can rock a cute band-aide without feeling judged.

 The hubby was so awesome this weekend, he knew i'd be busy with looking over details for the wedding I was assisting with, that he threw together this delish Avocado, bacon, egg and cheese sandwich. It was perfection.

We take the boys to Queens County Farm Museum all the time for their festivals and it's tons of fun, but it was also a beautiful laid back wedding venue.

I was all smiles after meeting with the clients for the final walk through. I'm loving my new position as an asst. wedding coordinator.

Tristan was mesmerized Friday night by the Gotye video  for "Somebody that I used to know", he and his big brother CJ sing it all the time. 

As we were finishing up the last few details for the reception, a rooster let out a cock-a-doodle-doo exactly when it was time to begin the ceremony, it was excellent timing like bells ringing at a church.

The mason jars and lavender were great, simple, rustic details.

Chowing down on Korilla BBQ and Frites N' Meats was definitely a perk of working with Fouzia, owner of My Bridal Budget.

                     Time to squeeze in some yummy tacos from Korilla BBQ before the cake cutting.

The bunnies found themselves mingling with guests during the reception.

The bride & groom were such a fun couple, they enjoyed their cupcakes and danced the night away. The night was a lot of hard work but the time spent planning and coordinating made it a successful occasion.

After a long Saturday the boys and I slept in on Sunday {8am is the closet we get to sleeping in with a 20 month old} and then went to see Madagascar 3 {we loved all the dance-in-your-seat music} and stopped by Max and Mina's for their interesting assortment of homemade ice cream. CJ had the "Circus" flavor which was made up of cotton-candy and bubble gum. I had the cheesecake crunch with toffee.

I hope you enjoyed the snaps. If you'd like to see more feel free to follow me on Instagram @dellahsjubilation.
Bunches of Xoxo's


  1. Mayra I'm a lucky girl! My Hubby never makes a bad dish. I keep trying to convince him to start a blog, lol.



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