Monthly Archives: August 2011

What, you ask, could this be? Why, it’s the calling card of Hurricane Irene! This is the exposed northern face of the church next door to Chase Court. This wall faces part of the ceremony garden, up across from and past the pergola. That’s one big pile of ivy, with more to come! In the […]

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  Keeping Daddy in the Loop Guys, including fathers, like to be in control. Especially if they’re not. If your father is in control of your wedding, call me. You’ll be the first. In all other cases, any way that you can make your father feel, or even better, THINK that he has some control […]

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Seven men (seven BIG Kenyan men!), seven women, seven children and the officiant, all under the Chase Court pergula for a wedding ceremony! The guests chanted the bride and groom out with a wedding blessing, sung in Swahili, all the while rocking back and forth and clapping their hands. Very traditional, very loving. Doncha love […]

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If you’ve been reading the CC blog for a while you already know how great I think long tables look in the Chase Court ballroom. This set-up was absolutely classic: ivory linens, mahogany Chiavari chairs, votive candles, and yellow roses on stems in clear vases. Simple and elegant! The bride and groom even had the […]

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