. . . the wedding planning begins. And we quickly realize that we don't know anything about planning a wedding. What to do - what to do? Why, we begin by going to the first of many, many, many bridal fairs that are happening! The one we planned on attending was 2 hours away and after getting up at 6:00 to be ready to leave by 7:00 and plowing snow 15 miles to the nearest highway, we decide that the snow storm that was in progress was going to hinder us in our search for tulle. So we trudge back home, disappointed, but determined to find an outlet for our wedding hyped-up attitudes. Lo and behold, there is another fair only 40 miles away. We'll risk life and limb traveling on trecherous roads for 40 miles (which only took about 1 1/2 hours to get there)!
There were photography vendors, invitation vendors, venue vendors and dress vendors. But, where did we start? Why, the cake vendors, of course! Never mind that there is no date set, no reception hall booked, no colors chosen, no dress even considered. We Wanted To Find Cake!
Can you choose a cake and design a wedding around it?
If I had to choose, this would be my pick. Simple and elegant. And white!
(But I don't get to choose. It is not my wedding. I'm already having a hard time keeping my mouth shut. I'm trying to wait until my opinion is asked for. Oiy vay, this may be the hardest thing I have ever had to do!)
Cookies would be so much fun!
Or are they passe'?
(It is just that frosted sugar cookies are MY absolute favorite! Oh yeah, already forgot. It is not my wedding!)
Cake pops on a stick. Or too 'kid party'?
And the ever popular cupcakes.
Sometimes it is not good to have so many choices!
Really girls - we could use some wedding planning tips. What did you find absolutely necessary? What would you do without? What was a big hit? What didn't work?
Now, for some reason I'm craving a piece of cake . . .