So far, the decision on “wedding colors” has been the easiest—but even then, that doesn’t mean everyone agrees! I was positive I wanted to include the color coral in the wedding colors. Sure, it’s trendy—or maybe it used to be trendy, and I’m just that far behind?—but it’s also at least a somewhat flattering color on me and the tones are good for a spring wedding.
Coral it was, then.
The slight problem came in deciding on a second color. Everyone says you’re “supposed” to have two wedding colors, right? I was fairly set on seafoam—I mean, look at these inspiration photos! How could you say no?
I apologize for the recap hiatus—the Boas went back to Puerto Rico for the holidays and just got back last week. Our holidays were spent surrounded by family and friends that we haven’t seen in the last six months. It has been incredibly hard to get back into the Cincinnati groove.
The Boa recaps continue just after our first dance, when Mr. Boa and I picked up the mic to welcome all of our friends and family to our wedding and to thank them for sharing in such an important event in our lives. By then it was close to 10:30 am and everyone was probably starving. So, as planned, we announced that the breakfast buffet was open. Our breakfast buffet consisted of a fresh fruit platter, a cheese platter, a ham patter, a pastry platter, croissants, bagels, oatmeal, scrambled eggs, bacon, breakfast potatoes and french toast.
Hi hive! We’re observing Martin Luther King Jr. day here at Weddingbee. Posting will be light today as we’re out of the office.
Enjoy your sunny Monday!