After the second set of dancing, Denton and I went up to say thank you to all of our guests. It meant a lot for everyone to be there, especially since our guest list was 80% out of town. I also reminded guests to pace themselves as there was an after party!
The entree, a duet of a filet mignon and crab cake, was served. I asked the hotel to serve me two crab cakes. Of course, I was so overwhelmed that I barely finished my first one!
My “oldest” (read longest) friend, Kim on her way back to her seat.
Everytime we sat down for another course, there was much to be discussed!
As I mentioned in my previous post, we had the candy buffet set out since the beginning of the evening. By the time dinner came along, everyone had already raided it at least once.
We had three different types of candy containers: glassine bags, small red chinese to go containers, and large white chinese to go containers. To make them look cohesive, we did a very easy DIY heat embossing project.
3 thoughts on “M+D: Mille Grazie y Mangia!”
Your wedding was in the Spring, yes? The wedding is finished; what is it like to be married?
Our wedding was May 17th. It was very hard to post about my own wedding. I prefer to post about my clients!Being married is great! We\’re excited to celebrate out first holiday together as a family. Our plans to buy a new home have been delayed; it is not a good time to be selling our home.
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