Cruise and I made the decision early on that, because we were having a semi-destination wedding, we were going to open up our rehearsal dinner to all of our out-of-town guests. My family was traveling from NH to Asheville, NC, so most of them were there Friday night. His family was coming from other parts of the Carolinas, so some showed up that night while others made the drive the day of the wedding. Once the decision was made to include all of our guests, we switched gears from formal rehearsal dinner to casual BBQ in a park, complete with polish horseshoe, cornhole, and a game straight from Denmark! Hands down one of the best decisions we made!
We ordered food from Good to the Bone mostly off of price and reviews. Admittedly, I was a little nervous feeding 50 of our closest friends and family food from a place I had never tried, but as it turns out, there was nothing to worry about because Jerry (the owner) was awesome. We had so, so many compliments on the food about it being some of the best BBQ they had ever tasted. I wholeheartedly agree, and we’re big BBQ people
Rather than me explain every little detail of fun, I’ll let the pictures do the talking