‘A song can evoke so many emotions and can create a mood each time it is heard. Both my husband and I love music, only problem is that he’s a lotta bit Country and I am a little bit Rock n’ Roll – so naturally, our wedding song could be no exception to our personalities. One day I was coming home from work and he was standing outside his Jeep, blasting music.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Departing a wedding with an ice cream in hand from a 1960’s Good Humor truck can promise to be unforgettable experience. Even the typical cocktail hour or dinner menu can be tailored for guests to enjoy a slice from a wood burning oven on wheels. Here are four companies that have not only introduced unique, fun ways to deliver their fantastic fare or beverages, but have also created the perfect memorable moment for a non-traditional twist on wedding food and parting gifts.
If you and your fiance prefer beer before liquor, having a local brew can be a great personal touch – allowing you to represent the seasons, your hometowns, or a favorite Long Island spot you’ve shared together (awww…!). Luckily, I’ve got you covered from the North shore to South shore, Brooklyn to the Twin Forks, with seven excellent microbreweries and a list of their offerings that you’ll enjoy even after the wedding. I’m pretty sure your husband-to-be won’t mind going along to sample beer as one of your many wedding errands!
I’ve heard a lot about Butta’ Cakes in Greenport through the grape vine. Heidi Lauber spends a lot of time in the area, so when I mentioned to her that I finally got my hands on one of their cupcakes, she was quite jealous (even though she hadn’t ever brought me back one, psshh…). The cupcake I speak of was coconut – both buttercream and cake. It was the last ones of the day and my sister and I were seriously considering not having it but oh, so glad we did!