The Details at This Wedding were Extraordinary and they were Many-
-An Argentinian Bar-B-Q on a late Sunday, September afternoon, coordinated and styled by Andrea, prepared by Richard, Richard Visconte Catering. We still wonder what herbs and woods you were blending into the smoke of that grill.
-Completely epic grapes grown on the Oakville Crossroad, served as Cabernet . The color of the Cabernet, the dirt in which the vines made their way, downright beguiling.
-A stage of guitars set on their stands, awaiting the groom and his many musician friends, for their concert and celebration after dinner. I’d be remiss if I did not share: When we arrived to style the floral décor, the lyrics “Hey, it’s Kate, Welcome” got fit into a practice song. I felt sort of groovy.
-The leaves and fruits of autumn, with lots of flickering candlelight, adorning the farm tables set with La Tavola’s “Saltillo Natural”
Surpassing these Details, and Most Important, Carrie and Rick’s genuine zest and kindness for all people and all that they do, their love and respect for one another, before, during, and all days to follow, in tying the knot. I recall our work together, well before your wedding, with great thanks, as you showed all you met how to do this hospitality business work, right. I think of you both fondly and will see you again, Kate.
Special thanks to Andrea Visconte for sharing the lovely, on-site photos.