A Sunday Kind of Love: Dessert & Dancing

As the night was winding down, and dessert was served, the dance floor was just picking up!

Dessert consisted of many stations, not unlike our cocktail hour, with sweets galore and a coffee station to meet any palate. There was a Viennese station, mini cakes, a multitude of 12-inch round cakes, pastries, a funnel cake station, Belgian waffles with ice cream, a bananas foster station, and my personal favorite—a crepe station! We had a choice of crepes, a chocolate fountain, or a breakfast station (with omelets, pancakes, bacon & eggs, etc.)—we chose the crepes. As with the rest of the food that night, Cescaphe does not disappoint. It was spectacular.

All photos by Mike Landis Photographer, unless otherwise noted


Mini pastries


Bananas foster display


A delicious way to warm up on a cold January night!


Mrs. Pain au Chocolat sampled the waffles and the crepes. / Photo by Mrs. PaC

We had the option to have a passed dessert as well; we chose mini vanilla milkshakes and fries, which is a late-night favorite of mine (really an all the time favorite now that I’m nearing the end of my pregnancy!). In hindsight, I probably could have gotten a full size milkshake instead of a mini one, considering I wasn’t drinking anything else all night! But who thinks of these things during their own wedding??


Mini milkshakes & fries

Our DJ, Center Stage Entertainment (Sam, specifically) did an amazing job of keeping the dance floor going from the first dance until the last, and we are so lucky to have had such a wonderful experience. Dancing really started after the first course, but it really picked up after we cut the cake, and our guests were ready to cut loose and dance off all the food that had been served all night!

People came up to us throughout the night, complimenting us on our DJ, which is exactly how we found him in the first place—when we were at another awesome wedding where he kept the party going the entire night. And we know of at least two more couples who have booked the company after us, after experiencing how fun they really are!


Sam, from Center Stage Entertainment, keeping our dance floor PACKED


We had slow dances…


…and fast dances. Some of these photos are my favorites from the entire evening. They really capture the fun that was had by our guests on the dance floor!

We had so much fun dancing at our wedding. Dancing with each other, dancing with our friends and family – we really could have danced all night if the venue had let us!



Mrs. Lyre

Wedding Date:
January 2013
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    shaynapunim 654 posts, Busy bee @ 2:19 pm

    Funnel cake *and* crêpes?! Be still my beating heart! All of your desserts sound awesome. 🙂

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    adventurer 209 posts, Helper bee @ 3:40 pm

    This caterer of yours sounds amazing! Way better than any I have seen!! 😀

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    jacofblues 1468 posts, Bumble bee @ 6:35 pm

    Aww I love these photos! The dancing photos were some of the favourites I had from our night too! They just show how fun everyone has!

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    mspony 9265 posts, Buzzing Beekeeper @ 6:50 pm

    All those desserts sound delicious! And, I love the dance picture collage, looks awesome!

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    Naveed, Guest @ 12:36 pm

    nice pic wow……great dance party i want to come these type of party

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