We had just interrupted the cocktail hour and quickly made our way to the middle of the patio. Faithfully by Journey started playing which could only mean one thing: our first dance (or that it’s time for couples skate at a run-down skating rink, ok maybe two things).
Chris gave a short and sweet toast and let everyone know that dinner was ready inside. I don’t know if people were more excited about the food or going inside to the air conditioning.
Regardless, the food (which I heard was fabulous) was devoured quickly. Despite being warned,
I too fell into the trap of ‘not eating at your own wedding.’ Randy even made us each a plate but we sat down for maybe two minutes before it was time for something else I can’t really remember (cutting the cake maybe?).
While everyone ate, my husband and I checked out the decor and the ever important dessert bar. I was so proud to show Jacob how everything had come together. He had been one of the only people in our family and bridal party that didn’t get to see/set up the Garden Room earlier that morning.