there were two things i was certain of when i got engaged
the guy i was going to marry
and that there would be mason jars at my wedding
lots of them
everything else seemed to fall into place
around all the mason jars of course
...and then came baby...

Monday, June 14, 2010

when the moon hits your eye: not your average wedding day cuisine

{via ct bites}

so i was telling my mom about the big green pizza truck and how cool it would've been for our rehearsal dinner or wedding. she got mysteriously quiet on the other end of the line. apparently she had suggested it to me, but i was too busy thinking about plantable favors and completely & inadvertently missed it. oops.

i'm assuming the silence was her calculating the thousands and thousands of dollars we could have saved if we went this route. sorry, mom & dad.

but seriously, how cool would this be for a casual rehearsal dinner or down-home wedding?

to really save money you could ask your guests to BYOB. if everyone brought their own bottle, not only would you keep the budget down, but you'd have a pretty rowdy group of wedding guests!

know anything like this in your neck of the woods?

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