I have been in Houston for about a week and a half now and I have been very busy and loving it.
I have pretty much visited most of my vendors to make sure that we are all on the same page. I have a couple of more vendors to check up on. It is amazing how time flies…the wedding is almost here!!!!!!!!!!
I was ready to head out to my first food tasting and first dress fitting
My wonderful sister Bukola helped me find my chef. A french trained nigerian chef=perfect! Even though I confirmed him as my caterer (my sisters went to a tasting and loved everything), I tasted his food for the first time last week and I am happy about our decision!
Dont judge my scarf!!!
I have to wear a scarf for at least 15 minutes before I get to my destination because my hair is just a hot untamed mess at the moment. Braids here I come!
My "dead" flowers
The day before I visited my events company (Darryl & Co.) to finalize table arrangements, ceremony decor, etc. I took some of the flowers we worked with home and forgot it in the car. Look what the Houston heat did to it..shame!
I was so ready to eat!!!!
and I ate...
and ate some more
and ate...OMG SOOOO MUCH FOOD 🙂
There are several things that I cannot compromise on for our wedding, and the food is one of them. I love food, and it will be very evident on that day :)(I even have a midnight surprise.. hmm hmm good). I was so full even though I only took a bite from each plate. (ok I lie, I tore the pasta up!!!!!)
Bukola's plate (side eye)
After the wedding, I will create a post about all my vendors and actually rate them. Hopefully, it helps another Houston bride out there 🙂
Thanks Rals..off to my dress fitting 🙂
Look out for all the upcoming fun posts!!!!!
I also have to stress that guests have to RSVP by July 1st. After I give the final headcount based on the RSVP on the 1st, I will be unable to add any more guests to the list; I will finalize my table assignments and get ready to par-tay!!!!!. Please note that word of mouth does not count. Thank you all in advance!