Leah and Peter were married offsite at the incredibly old White Chapel
The bridal party arrived in a 1941 Cadillac
and here is how the Hall looked
simple, lovely, memorable - best wishes from all of us here at Fields
Well, we are finally into June when Ryan and Rebecca were married offsite.
We greeted them with Sangria, and a non alcoholic lemonade and our spirea in full bloom
60's and early 70's vintage cars were in evidence
The Hall was set-up as follows with our folding wooden chairs versus our chivari chairs
in closer detail
the flowers and runners were from Blooms . Bill and Marnie from the Beck and Call provided dinner and with it we served our house red and whites. Extra guests were invited tot eh dance which featured a very busy cash bar. An enthusatic crowd was on hand for Bill and Marnies late night fare ... mind you I rushed right past the wedding cake - as follows....
adn the evening closed with a crowd still on hand. We do so few local wedings - thank you to Ryan and Rebeccas and best wishes from Corey and Jared, Libby and Kiersten, Noreen and Lynne and me.
Alain and Johanna were the first to be married at our new wedding site - 'Amongst the Pines'
weather was not an issue. Guests then headed on to the sheepshed for prepoured champagne
Dinner was served at 630 - East and Main catered expertly family style with the hall set-up as
note the balls are gone - bare lights created a different look - for an additional charge. A nice look was created at each setting with the following and flowers by Blooms of course
guests found their seats with this innovative seating chart
and the cake table was set-up as below
ith an open bar and East and Main doing late night grilled cheese and everyone drank and ate and drank and ate again - well.
Best wishes to the wedding couple from Pam and John, Kailey and lenna, Libby and Kiersten, Lynne and me