This is the third video from our JK Carriere Campaign.
This one is from Zak. I just got home from our rehearsal dinner at Edgefield. Cait looked amazing. She flitted from table to table talking and laughing with our dearest friends and family. There were toasts, some good beer, some good wine, some good food and the best people I know. The Ice Cream Buds were in full force.
I am sitting in our future house. Jay, Carson and Andrew are watching late night TV in the living room.
It is hot here in Oregon (which is so, so, rare).
Tomorrow, I get to become the luckiest guy when I marry Cait.
She is my best friend and I can’t wait to start our life together.
Tomorrow is the day.
You may have caught wind that our wedding is a little less than traditional. Our parties are not wearing matching outfits, there will be no cake & there will be no throwing of garters or bouquets. Zak & I decided to select the pieces of our wedding based on what we love, instead of what’s traditional. You have already seen examples of this in our dessert choices, now let me introduce you to BUNK.
Mr. Tommy Habetz, owner of Bunk on the central east side of PDX will coming out to prepare his sandwich creations for all. Tommy has been named one of the top 100 worlds most contemporary chefs & he makes a darn good sandwich!
xo ~ c
10 days! I can hardly believe that my sweet boy and i will be married in 10 days! In honor of warm weather we have finally been blessed with, here is a little glimpse at a cool treat being served on the big day.
Chad of fifty Licks will be scooping his delicious Tahitian Vanilla & House Spirits Whiskey ice creams. Yum, Berry pie with Tahitian Vanilla and Apple Pie with Whiskey… my mouth is watering. To read more about what Chad has been up to & how he made his start visit Under the Table with Jen.
See you all in 10 days!
xo ~ c
This is the second video from Jay and I’s campaign for J.K. Carriere Wines.
Look forward to wonderful, J.K. Carriere wines at our wedding!!!!!!
Zak & I scoured the web and all of the usual houseware shops for the perfect set of dishes. We wanted something white, simple, sturdy & modern yet classic. It seemed that every set we found had something about it that was not quite right. The bowl was too shallow, the mug was too dainty, the texture was off. Then we found Canoe! A lovely little shop in SW Portland where we found the perfect set of dishes and a bunch of other treasures too.
British designer Jasper Morrison is internationally recognized for his quiet, thoughtful approach to product design for top shelf companies ranging from Cappellini to Flos to Samsung. This dinnerware design for Alessi continues in this direction with a sophisticated simplicity that is accomplished through a careful consideration of technical and formal details. Recalling restaurant and hotel china, constructed of white porcelain and made in Europe, the well-priced collection is intended for everyday enjoyment. Priced and sold in sets of four.
We loved so many other things in the shop we decided to register for other treasures as well. You can find our registry here.