Saturday, September 26, 2009

Maurer- Jacobs Wedding

Dinner Buffet of Chicken Cordon bleu, Grilled Pork Tenderloin
Rosemary Garlic Roasted New Potatoes, Southern Green Beans & Hocks
Coffee & Tea Station
Assorted Dinner Rolls

No wedding cakes here! Southern Touch homemade cakes!
Tropical Carrot Cake
Divine Chocolate-Chocolate Cake Vanilla Heaven Cake
The Groom & Bride: Josh Jacobs & Stacey Maurer Jacobs

Table Settings at The Reception Hall of Newnan's Historic Train Depot

5 comments:

Joyce said...

How many days apart were these weddings?? I would faint. HA!!!
You all have done so good with all this and all the heartache you have gone through as well.
Hang in there......
Oh and I never thought of the fact that Miss Priss is now going to be "Mrs Priss"........ugh. Suppose that is a fact now.
Sad huh?
My baby girl...all grown up.
I need some mercy and grace for the next two weeks!

Southern Touch Catering said...

Joyce the weddings are 3 weeks apart. Kristen's was on Sept. 12,(in Alabama- 4hrs away) mom passed Sept. 15th with funeral on Sept 18th,(1 1/2 hrs away)catered this wedding on Sept.19th, did a Health Fair at church Sept 26th, my youngest daughter Melanie's wedding is Oct.3 on Tybee Island (4hrs away)then back home to cater an event on Wed. October 7th, then on October 10th, then Oct 24th large wedding. THEN I QUIT!! LOL!!!

Joyce said...

Oh my goodness! I don't know how you are doing all this. Must be the total "grace of God." He gives us the strength to run when we need it.
I was wondering if you catered your daughter's wedding...and you did.
YIKES!
Well you all just hang in there and yes take a MAJOR BREAK once you get through October and rest up a bit.
I know you will need it.
Can't wait to see the photos from the next daughter's wedding.
I loved the wedding dress Kristen wore. So cute.
We will talk soon once we both get through these girl's of ours weddings...ugh. HA!

Steph said...

Lovely! I love that they used real cakes. Yay for the bride and groom with good taste! :-)

Angela McRae said...

I had somehow missed this post earlier! What a great job you did, as I have never seen the depot look so lovely! Beautiful job!