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Last Sail Before the Veil


Last Saturday night we had Kyndal's bachelorette party. As all of the wedding party are under 21, and we had some grandmas with us, we decided not to hire the strippers and went to The Melting Pot on the Plaza in Kansas City instead.


We had such a nice night together! Along for the party were my mom, my friend Jessica, Taylar (Dawson's girlfriend and bridesmaid), Cassidy (bridesmaid), Brynne (sister and bridesmaid), Kyndal's future mother-in-law Pam, Paige (future sister-in-law) and her baby Lexi, Karen (future grandmother-in-law), Jeannette (Pam's sister), and Kathryn (girlfriend of Collin's uncle).





As our reservation was running late, the restaurant treated us to drinks.



Then once seated we quickly decorated the table and enjoyed our cheese and chocolate courses. Yum, yum, yum!!!


We asked each of the guests to bring Kyndal something that she could take on her cruise. She received everything from sunscreen to things for Collin to enjoy on their wedding night, if you know what I mean.


It was a beautiful night wishing Kyndal a happy "bon voyage" to her single life.

Sisters by blood, friends by choice.

Flowers compliment of The Melting Pot

Her pretend veil given to her by her grandma for the party.

Tonight is the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner, and tomorrow Kyndal and Collin officially say their wedding vows in the presence of family at a small church ceremony. We leave for a cruise on Saturday evening, and they will have a symbolic ceremony on the beach in Cozumel, Mexico, on Tuesday.

So excited for my girl as she takes this next very important step in her life.

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  1. How fun! I love the theme! You get to go on the cruise too??? What a blessing. Have a great trip and congratulations to all!

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  2. Kyndal's smile! I can feel the happiness from here. Congrats to all!

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