After all of the formalities were over it was time to move on to the real party. As I mentioned before, Mr. Coyote and I wanted a rockin’ reception. We were not disappointed, and I am seriously amazed by how much time everyone spent on the dance floor.
Things started started out pretty calm:
Because our final guest count ended up smaller than planned, Franklin Plaza set up some high tops near the bar to fill out the space. It was a great spot for guests to grab a drink and watch the party that was unfolding.
At some point cake was served and pastries were brought out. By this time I actually was feeling a bit hungry and yet I didn’t even get to taste any of our desserts!
The reason I didn’t get to eat any cake? This guy right here:
Nate Miller of Conway Entertainment
I wanted so badly to have a slice of that delicious, delicious cake, but every time I sat down to take a bite a song would come on that I just had to dance to. By the time there was finally a lull in the music all of the plates had been cleared. (Not to worry—there was PLENTY of cake left over and I may have had a few slices for breakfast the next morning. It was fantastic!)
And I have to admit it was worth missing out on a slice of cake to be a part of this:
Right before our photographers left they pulled Mr. Coyote and me aside for a quick photo shoot with Franklin Plaza’s amazing bank vault.
I love these photos so much. The ceremony was over, the reception was in full swing, and Mr. Coyote and I were just amped up on love and excitement. What a difference from our pre-ceremony photos!
Paul and Brenda had taken all of the footage they needed, so they bid us farewell and headed out. But not to worry…the party wasn’t over quite yet!
*All photos are by the fabulous Upstate Photographers unless otherwise noted.*
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