Crescent Hill TRADING COMPANY Open house. I sure hope that you all are able to come to Louisville next weekend and see the new unique and one-of-a-kind pieces that are going to be on display! I can hardly wait until you see the Horse and Jockey chair !!
Jeff and I headed to Nashville for the start of a weekend wedding and met with a group of friends Friday morning for breakfast at the Loveless Cafe. If you haven't been to this fun historic restaurant it's definitely worth the drive. Their biscuits are wonderful, and I don't typically care for bread! Nashville is a great overnight trip, and so much fun!
The rehearsal dinner was held at the Charlie Vergos Rendezvous restaurant in Memphis, TN. The centerpieces started with the pieces of wood that Jason cut for me for my 'mystery project' from last week. A few bandanas for a good barbecue place, a little rebar wire and we had a great centerpiece for small table space.
We used Silver sharpies to create titles on the back of the pictures.... the groomsmen had GREAT fun with this activity! LOL
Elizabeth, the bride, uses these antique cups, saucers and silver with her volunteer work with kids at the Ronald McDonald House so it was perfect that she used them for her wedding centerpieces.
Each table was unique and prettier than the next! I loved the teacups that were made into hanging decorations that lined the path way where the bride and groom exited.
Congratulations Brian and Elizabeth!