After we left the top of our wedding cake in Barbados, our wedding planner Jean Hill was nice enough to Fed Ex it to us! It made it through customs and arrived yesterday, in tact, still frozen. It will stay tucked in our freezer until June 6, 2016.
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Wedding Wednesday: Tips for Packing Welcome Bags Guests Will Actually Use
E and I added personal touches to our small wedding for 35 guests. One of them, after much debate, was our welcome bags.
The Wedding Cake We Left Behind
E and I have already broken one wedding tradition: saving the top of your wedding cake for the first anniversary. Newlyweds are supposed to freeze the top of their wedding cake and eat it on their first wedding anniversary. It’s tradition. it’s good luck. And I’m all for doing whatever I can to bless my […]
The 300 Wedding: The Highlight Reel
photo by Gina Francesca Photography and Design Wow. The 300 wedding was the absolute most fun I’ve ever had in my life!
It Was Worth All of the Sandwiches!
With love, from Barbados. Photo by Gina Francesca Photography & Design.
How He Proposed, and Why I Was Unprepared
I wrote about how the proposal happened in The New York Post today. There were so many things I remember about that special day, but there’s one thing I have to discuss.
I was so wrong about E in an earlier post: he is FULL of surprises. The day after I arrived in Barbados, E had a big shocker for me: he asked me to marry him. I was working on sandwich #257. I guess neither one of us could wait until #300. I said yes, by […]
Sandwich #257–The “Fishkiller” Fish Cutter
My father’s nickname on Facebook is “fishkiller.” It’s a name, as well as a way of life.
The Official Sandwich of Barbados
This here is lunch—a piping hot fish cutter sandwich, the official sandwich of Barbados.
Sandwich #256–“Kite Surf Fuel” Arepas With Cheddar Cheese, Scrambled Eggs, Tomato and Onion
I spent my first morning in paradise in the kitchen.
Reunited and It Feels So Good….
I”m finally reunited with E, aka, Mr. 300 Sandwiches, in Barbados!