I kind of haven’t wanted to post because I love the last post so much 😦 But it’s been an exciting,extremely busy couple of weeks over here. Extremely busy at work. It seems like a popular time to get engaged 😉 We have booked 25 new weddings this month so far, so that’s 25 new brides to meet with:) and we are gearing up for a busy spring wedding season. Much to do,little time.
We have also made a little headway with our very own wedding plans. We picked a date and looked at a couple of wedding venues. No, we are not getting married at Cross Creek Ranch. I know everyone was wondering. We are looking at something much different. Can’t say just yet, as we haven’t booked it, but here’s a little clue that really doesn’t give anything away, I had the best cup of coffee in my life there:
It is the most beautiful space I have seen in Tampa. That’s it, I’ll let you know more when I do.
I have missed posting the last few wedding set ups. This one was blush, sage and champagne and had lots of personal touches:
And we had a beautiful pink, blue and gray. I loved the mason jars filled with candy sticks table numbers:
This weekend we had one wedding in our new chapel. A purple and white beauty with upgraded linens and chair ties:
I love my sweet brides!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This weekend Matt’s dad came to visit and we had a fun time. We managed to pack a lot into a little time, at the same time feeling relaxed and having fun. A micro vacation. After the wedding set up, we stopped by the potential venue, but it turned out being closed due to the Gasparilla craziness. Then we ended up at Kona Grill for a little snack and a beverage. We split the appetizer fish tacos:
We had dinner at the Crazy Buffet Saturday night, where I stuffed myself silly and totally veered from the uber healthy vegetarian way I’ve been eating lately. Here’s some pictures of probably half of what I ate:
After a good night’s sleep, we had a fun day Sunday. We went to the driving range and hit some balls:
That was so much fun!!! We really should do that more often.
My dad is an awesome golfer. He used to build custom golf clubs. He was a master craftsman. He taught me how to golf and I used to “help” him in his golf shop. Good memories:)
After the driving range, we stopped at The Oldsmar Flea Market to look around. I ended up getting some running socks and Plant City Strawberries.
Then we headed to Clearwater beach for a late lunch at Frenchy’s. We got a great table outside by the beach. We all ordered various grouper sandwiches. So yum!
Life is good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!