S’More Lovin’

A hot trend for the past few years has been food bars at the wedding reception. But, if you’re like me, you might be bored by the same old mashed potato or macaroni and cheese or candy bar. Since it is summer, why not bring back a summer camp favorite by having a s’more bar? Who doesn’t love roasting marshmallows and making s’mores? You can enjoy this treat whether your reception is inside or outside. A rustic campfire is great for an outdoor wedding by the lake, but you can also use mini hibachi grills or sterno for indoor fun. Have a table set up with different flavored marshmallows, graham crackers, chocolate, and additional toppings like fruit or crushed up candy for your guests to choose from. If you want something besides the traditional milk chocolate bars, use peanut butter cups, or dark chocolate squares to add variety. With a s’more bar at your reception it’s something new and modern that guests will enjoy.

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Country Weddings Deep in the Heart of Texas

Growing up in the South, there is nothing I love more than cowboy boots, mason jars, and sunflowers. They remind me of the slow, relaxed, southern way of life. What better way to celebrate your wedding than to take it right back to your roots? Country weddings create a vibe that allow guests to kick off their shoes and hit the dance floor to boogie! And don’t you worry about having to give up elegance if you have a country wedding- there are plenty of ways to create a chic, romantic, country wedding. Look at how fabulous these country weddings are! Congrats on getting hitched, y’all!

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