Our wedding really was incredible, but I know I'm biased. We had a sort of a country wedding, out of doors, under lanterns at the Windhover Center for the Performing Arts (their website is down right now). Everything was a little rustic, but so lovely. The band set up on an outdoor stage and everyone danced to 1930s style "street" jazz until the town ordinance made us go inside. The whole atmosphere was just magic and our guests are still talking about it six months later. :))
Baby Soda were incredible. Our guests didn't want them to stop playing and Jesse and I are still fielding comments to the tune of "Best wedding music I have ever heard" etc. Completely un-clichéd, old fashioned "street" jazz, no top 40. The only "expected" thing they played was a rousing hora, at our request. Peter the band leader worked with us on our processional and they were all a joy to work with. *highly* recommend.
Amazing. Jennifer Frost and her team catered our night-before picnic at the Seaward Inn, and it was fantastic. Everything sustainably, locally sourced, delicious, and impeccably served by her warm, lovely staff. Jennifer also designed our wedding flowers from a local florist, and her design eye was perfect.
Jocelyn Wise was our wedding caterer -- again, an other instance of our guests being extremely, genuinely happy and excited by the food they were eating. Jocelyn is half armenian and her food reflects that -- fig and blood orange jam, tomato tebouleh, everything perfect and fresh. It's not traditional wedding food by any stretch of the imagination but inventive and delicious. Jocelyn is also a joy to work with, helping me pick silverware and plates and advising me about liquor -- we didn't have a wedding planner and she helped everything stay on schedule on the day. She is warm and boisterous and wonderful to be around. I couldn't recommend her highly enough.
We ordered three different kinds of fresh fruit pies for 200 people and it was still less expensive and more tasty than a wedding cake. Plus our guests loved it.
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