Tegan and Matt’s Wedding, Lessons Learned

I managed the dessert portion of my friend Tegan’s wedding this past October. I wish you could know what a cool gal she is. Besides being a super actually fun dance party wedding, Tegan’s wedding was notable for its relaxed atmosphere. It was one of the smoothest events I’ve done, cake-wise, mostly because I followed these rules of thumb generated from past experience:

-Spring for decent carriers.

-Drive really slow.

-Don’t try and bake for 8 hours barefoot.

-Don’t drive two hours with a frosted, tiered cake.

Enjoy the pics! I didn’t get one of the cake-cutting this time–do forgive me.



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