Wedding Bells in the distance…

This month two of our closest friends, Meagan and Travis, announced they were taking the plunge into wedding bliss! Thrilled at the news of their upcoming nuptials, we decided to offer our services to the engagement party by creating a special rustic menu for the 50+ expected guests.

The Happy Couple

We were lucky enough to have the perfect summer setting and a gorgeously groomed back yard to host the festivities. A huge thank you to the Groom’s Mother and family! 

We designed the perfect summer menu to compliment the decor and garden party theme the couple requested.  All was well until the news of an unfortunate weather forecast set for the exact date of the party.  Humid and hot to start the afternoon topped off with a sun shower of monstrous proportions.

We soldiered on.

We started by offering some refreshing drinks:

Peach and White Wine Nectar
Apple Limeade

Followed by Finger Foods:

Gorgonzola Covered Grapes With Pecans

 

Initially our idea for the Caprese Salad started as a personal dish,

Sliced Tomato, Fresh Mozzarella & Basil

But for 50 expected guests, we had to make some adjustments

To end all things, we took advantage of the brief sunshine and grilled some corn still in their husk. Completed with a healthy coat of Chipolte Lime Butter.

Meagan and Travis

And meet the beautiful flower girl for the wedding, Kaylee

You can contact us for booking, Uncle Karl !

Special Thank you to our good friend Jay Greinsky for the wonderful photos.  Please visit his flicker and see more of his art here:

Click to view Website!

http://www.flickr.com/jayscollection

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