So obviously, we were rather concerned. A wedding in 100 degree heat with no food, music or lights might be considered a little too rustic, even for my tastes.
Somehow, however, the venue we were marrying at had retained their power and the wedding was able to go off as planned, despite some disgruntled and unshowered guests. Luckily, the crises made everyone let loose even more and it ended up being really fun. No, scratch that- it was perfect!
Anyways, after one more night sleeping in my parents house with no AC (no marriage suite, alas, as the hotel was shut down) we scuttled off for our honeymoon, which was basically a tour of the South. I didn't manage to take many food photos, but here are some highlights.
|Gorgeous Spanish moss on Tybee Island, GA|
|A romantic river view 4th of July in Savannah, GA |
|Climbing (or rather, walking and panting) Stone Mountain with good pals in Atlanta, GA|
|An impromptu jazz band concert in New Orleans, LA|
It was good stuff alright! And now I will return to your regularly scheduled food blog. :)