Everybody loves good food and wine but many people can remember attending weddings where these two elements have totally failed. The team at The Wedding Wow present the infographic below that offers great examples of food and wine pairings for your wedding. From the sparkling wines such as Veuve Borodin and the French equivalent of Prosecco, Cremant de Limoux, to Italian, Spanish and French reds such as Orobiol and I Colombi San Giovesi, that are well matched with lamb, duck or cheese. The selection, curated by Roberson Wine, focuses on quality at a great value and counts on lesser known producers and varieties of types from Champagne to Sauvignon Blanc and from Granache to Tempranillo.
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This was a beautiful wedding on a beautiful day at Mint Springs Farm, a relatively new venue near Nashville. The bride and groom play softball together. She played in college and he played college baseball. While the bride and bridesmaids were getting their pictures taken, the groomsmen rehearsed a surprise number to break out before the garter toss at the reception. A Justin Beiber song started playing and suddenly they were all dancing in sync and backing up the groom who was singing in front. They even launched the groom about 7 feet into the air at one point! The newlyweds ended the evening with a sparkler grand exit.
Photographer: Matt Andrews Photography//Other Location: Mint Springs Farm//
For their engagement photos Dickson knew one thing – he wanted to recapture the day that Tammy said yes. To do that, they needed to return to Napa Valley, where they were on holiday when he proposed.
Tammy and Dickson met on the bus for a ski trip a mutual friend had organized to Kicking Horse, but it wasn’t until after dark, when they were the only ones left on the mountain & daring each other on while practicing moguls that the sparks started flying for Dickson, who won Tammy over by going over to her place & serenading her on the piano.
On a holiday to Napa Valley they booked a hot air balloon ride, which was unfortunately cancelled. But they’d made the drive down and decided to spend the day exploring the beautiful wineries and countryside of Napa before coming across Shakespeare in the Park while walking around the town centre. For two foodies, that they forgot to eat dinner showed what an amazing day they were having! Dickson, who isn’t the one who dawdles, started dawdling as they were walking over a bridge at sunset. He got down on one knee & proposed.
Photographer: Infused Studios//Other Location:Castello Di Amorosa//Floral Designer:Centre Piece Napa Valley//