The day started out bright and sunny but the groundhog declared he didn't see any shadows and spring is just around the corner. Ha! By afternoon the skies were gray. We left at 1 to go to a niece's wedding. By the time the wedding was over at 3 the ground was white.
Kate and Trent had a very nice wedding. As far as I could tell everything went smoothly. I liked their choice of music and the group who sang had lovely voices.
The reception was a veritable feast. We started with fresh fruit on skewers, crackers, cheese, chocolate covered pretzels, and punch for appetizers. The main course was homemade rolls, ham balls, roast beef, mashed potatoes, brown-butter noodles, mixed vegetables with cheese sauce, cole slaw, and tossed salad. The dessert table groaned with at least a dozen kinds of puddings, cakes, cupcakes, cheesecake, whoopie pies, pumpkin roll, cookies, tarts, homemade chocolates, and probably some I'm forgetting, topped off with ice cream, coffee, nuts, and mints. I was groaning by the time I pushed my chair back from the table. That ought to be enough to last all weekend!
Trent and Kate (Hurst) Musser
The bridal party
Our table at the reception