Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Let Them Eat

The cake came from our friendly neighborhood farmer's market cupcake lady. She made the cake, dropped it off with Meghan-the-day-of-coordinator and then at the last minute we decided that my little tiny peg people should go on the regular cake. Because I'm crafty darn it. Crafty. She also arranged some extra flowers around it. My youngest sister at it for breakfast every day for a week after the wedding. It was so unbelievably delicious. I remember reading somewhere on APW about a couple who served cake to everyone and we hadn't really thought about who was going to serve the cake so I ended up doing it. Which gave me a chance to speak to everyone who wanted cake and made me feel like a real hostess, I loved it. I also managed to resist feeding David cake. Which. I. Did. Not. Want. To. Do.

Feeding cake to my sister-in-law, which I did want to do. Please ignore my double chin.

If anyone in Western or Central Maryland or South Central PA wants a fantastic farmers market cake tasting like magic, shoot me an email and I will hook you up. I have all the hook-ups.

All photos by Shaun Yasaki


  1. First, I LOVE your hair :-) & the cake is FABULOUS!!!

  2. hannah, i found your site via a comment you made on another wedding blog (possibly anna and the ring?) about looking fat on your weddings day. i myself am overweight and was intrigued at your strong opinions on your photos so being my nosey self i found your blog and a few photos. i have to say you look absolutely stunning. seriously. i love your hair and make up, you look so natural and pretty and your dress is beautiful and you look so comfortable in it. if and when i get married i only hope i look half as nice as you did on your day, in all honesty, you are kind of my little idol lol, totally jealous!! much love shell x
    (shellprice1@gmail.com) i couldnt find your email adress so thought the next best thing would be to comment

  3. looks pretty AND delicious.

    (and i should punch you in the nose for this "double chin" business)