Pies, an Ebay search for figurines and toys, a little bit of tulle and glue, and voila! Every table suddenly had a delicious, unbelievably cute, centerpiece.
Have I mentioned how much I love pie? Like, Thanksgiving is nearly my favorite holiday, simply because of the pie. And since I’ve never thought a cake topper was of any particular decorative or symbolic importance for us, I can completely get behind the idea of using sweet and silly toys for toppers/centerpieces instead. This is a delicious, eco-friendly, simple, fun centerpiece idea I can definitely get behind. I might also add that that the rest of their New Hampshire camp/cabin destination wedding at an apple orchard filled me with nearly as much longing as the pies.
outdoor group aerobics class the morning of the wedding
reception hall, pre-pies and pre-barbecue catering
reception hall barn
Literally "taking the plunge" at the end of the night(All pie and wedding photos from NYC-based Liesl Henrichsen Photography)
I think I officially have a new favorite wedding ever. A weekend camping or cabin destination wedding really isn't in our cards, so I'll just have to work on recapturing the beauty, simplicity, and feelings from Tara and Andy's incredible wedding within our own wedding context. They also planned my dream honeymoon - an around-the-world trip. They arranged to save and quit their jobs following the wedding for a round-the-world adventure. Oh my, they have the wedding, the wedding pie, and the honeymoon I've always dreamed of. Check out more of their honeymoon adventures at www.andyandtara.com