On Saturday afternoon, Mal and I had the pleasure of attending Elizabeth and Nick’s wedding. We first met these two at an early-morning marathon training run a little more than two years ago. Since then, we’ve become great friends, so it was really wonderful to be part of their big day and celebrate the start of their married life together.
After the ceremony, which was beautiful and made me tear-up a number of times (Elizabeth and Nick are truly the perfect compliments for one another), we headed to the Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge for the reception.
The reception started with a cocktail hour, so I grabbed a glass of wine and chowed down on some appetizers—cheese, veggies + hummus, and various passed appetizers—I pretty much ate one of everything that came my way!
M + T!
A little while later, it was time to go into the main room for dinner.
What an amazing space for a wedding reception!
I loved the ceiling! Gorgeous!
Mal and I sat at a table with Bridget and her husband, Brian. It was so nice to see them!
After the wedding party was introduced, the new couple made their grand entrance!
For dinner, we started with salad with a balsamic dressing.
For the main course, I had chicken stuffed with creamy spinach and roasted potatoes and broccoli on the side. It was really good!
And, for dessert, I housed a bunch of cake pops. Remember when Elizabeth and Nick invited Mal and me to sample some of the delicious goodies they were considering for their wedding?
Well, we were just a tad excited that they chose cake pops!
Mal and I decided to name our first born child “Cake Pop Haupert.”
Here we are with the happy couple! Elizabeth looked so pretty. Her dress was absolutely stunning.
After dessert, I put my camera away and spent the rest of the night getting down on the dance floor. It was such a fun wedding! Congrats to Elizabeth and Nick!!!!
Question of the Day
What’s your favorite song to dance to at a wedding?
Currently, I’m a fan of “Gangnam Style,” but my forever-favorites are “Don’t Stop Believin’,” “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” and pretty much anything by Michael Jackson.