Nathan and I stand on the bridal altar in Howe Caverns, August, 2010. There's a legend behind this...I'll share it in a later post.
As you’re reading this Nathan and I are on our way up to Howe Caverns to finalize some plans for the wedding.
We’ll be staying at the on-property hotel, and our schedule’s pretty full. We’ll be finalizing reception plans with Howe Caverns’ Anne-Marie and Joanne, cake-tasting (Nathan can’t wait) at the Villa Italia bakery, and meeting our Officiant. We also plan on taking another tour of the Caverns—it’s unlikely we’ll have time to do it the weekend of the wedding.
We’re excited to finalize…and we’re excited to have a little bit of down-time. I think there is no Wi-Fi!
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Purchase Nathan’s wedding gift; L’Aura gives me a great idea regarding that! Order: From Vistaprint, the “Mr. & Mrs.” labels for our post-wedding thank-you notes and announcements. Just wait for a sale on Vistaprint, and everything’s cheaper! I got 280 … Continue reading →
One of the most amazing moments in this planning process came when Anne-Marie Galasso, our Howe Caverns Wedding Coordinator (I’ll talk more about her in future posts—I have LOTS to catch up on), took a blind stab at doing something … Continue reading →