The number one thing we both wanted for our wedding was for our guests to have a great time. For us, that meant no big fluffy wedding cake, no assigned seats and no rubbery chicken buffet. Instead, we had farm tables and a sofa lounge, a menu of handcrafted beer cocktails dreamed up by a local bartender, plenty of comfort food served up from a food truck (like lobster mac & cheese and chicken & waffles) and inspired popsicle flavors from King of Pops for dessert. We also found ourselves surrounded by more love than we could handle.
By the time we made our exit through a sea of bubbles to the tune of Georgia on My Mind, I was absolutely full to the brim with gratitude for the people who came to celebrate with us, and full of excitement for the new life ahead with my husband.
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