We'll call this one
Since the wedding was not in the hometown of the bride or groom, many of the guests who made the trip to WL stayed at the hotel. As many couples do these days, the bride and groom had a little care package to welcome their guests. The box contained bottled water, a salty snack, mints, Advil, and a fabulous sweet chex mix made by Courtney's grandmother. I heard one of the recipients refer to it as 'crack.' So good.
Gray and navy pom poms made for a colorful and enthusiastic exit.
We brought the guest book set-up to the reception in case there were those who didn't get the chance to sign it at the church.
Since Courtney is a teacher, they decided on pencils for the favors. Any leftovers will be used in her classroom! Lol.
The head table held two of the lanterns that were used throughout the ballroom. The wedding party also got sunglasses at their places. #stewpartyoftwo
One of the special details from the reception was their wedding cake. Adam and Courtney are not really cake lovers, so when it came time to choose a cake, they weren't very enthusiastic. They do, however, like the chocolate chip upside down cake often baked by Adam's Grandma Alberta Stewart. It has been a family favorite for many years. They decided it would be fun to bake it themselves for the wedding, as the first cake they would share as husband and wife. It was also a sweet way to honor the memory of Grandma Stewart. It's a little tricky to get the cake to turn out 'pretty', but I loved that they did it themselves together. I thought it was perfect.
There would be sheet cake later for the rest of the guests, but they cut