My friends, Leon and Heidi, are also getting married this year, next month in fact. Many props to Heidi, as she is taking DIY to a whole new level. She has purchased some things to make it easy for her and Leon, but for the most part has taken a hands-on approach to her entire wedding. […]
There are all kinds of details you can incorporate into a wedding to create a country/picnic theme. The options are so endless. Here are a few ideas: Rent a barn as a wedding venue Use hay stacks as seats Hire a country music band Serve sweet tea as a beverage Take photos next to a tractor […]
One important thing to consider when your planning your wedding is to look at to the talents of the people close to you and see if they would be willing to offer their help. For instance, if you have a friend who styles her hair really nicely, perhaps ask if she would be willing to […]
“Lure of the Luau”, Register-Guard, 4/11/12
My mom, Cheryl, is preparing a good portion of the food for the wedding. I think St. Cheryl is a more accurate term for her. Not only is she an excellent and very experimental cook, but she also writes a monthly human interest/food story for the local newspaper, The Register-Guard. Since we’ve leaned more towards a Southern cuisine for the wedding, my mom has been testing out some pulled-pork recipes – a great option for feeding large quantities of people. In addition to that, we all just vacationed in Maui where she and my step-father attended a luau, with pulled pork straight from roasted pig, and it became the topic of her most recent R-G story. Also included in the story are recipes for pineapple coleslaw (so delicious) and purple sweet potatoes with cococut – both contenders for side dishes at the wedding. Perhaps it’ll be a Southern/Hawaiian cuisine, but who cares, in today’s society with all the information and culture we have so readily available, it’s foolish to limit yourself to just one theme or taste.