For Elizabeth and John’s wedding, we worked with the fabulous and talented Meghan Torrieri again. Working with a planner is always welcomed (and encouraged) and without a doubt, she’s one of the best in the area!
She created a beautiful design (with the bride and groom) that included incredible lighting from Griffin and Griffin. Lighting installations framed not just the dining tent, but the dance floor and band. The attention to detail was evident everywhere- with little lounge nooks and light fixtures tucked into the landscape. We included a gallery at the bottom of this post with some of our favorite images of the design.
The overall feel for the day was colorful and welcoming- a real reflection of Elizabeth and John’s personalities!
Passed apps included Seared Maitake Mushrooms on Maine Wheat Sourdough, Arancini with Tomato Caper Relish, Lobster Tostadas, and Braised Korean Beef Short Rib Tacos!
Our Tomato Burrata Salad is a refreshing first course. It’s also delicious with jazzed up with fresh-from-the-farm peaches! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The couple decided on a family style meal that included one of our favorite (and rarely ordered) dishes- brown sugar and ancho rubbed pork tenderloin with Maine peaches, tarragon, and fennel. Yes, it really is as good as it sounds!
As we mentioned earlier, the attention to detail was superb. The lighting added serious cozy factor!