Kate and David were married on a warm and sunny Saturday evening in the hidden gardens of Honky Tonk BBQ. The ladies popped some champagne and prettied up while the dudes kozzied some cold beers and suited up. It was now that time! Guests and family mopped up the joyful tears that streamed from their eyes as Kate elegantly walked down the aisle. Vows and looks of love were exchanged under the ceremonial Chuppah and it was time to break the glass. There was no glass within reach so David bolted past the congregation and vanished for a few suspenseful seconds. He quickly emerged with a plastic tumbler and shouted “Plastic’s okay, right?” Nobody seemed to mind so under the foot of David went the plastic cup. Mazel Tov indeed! After the ceremony, a few signature cocktails were served and on came an incredible spread of Honky Tonk’s finest meats and sides. After dinner the couple was welcomed and toasted into their new marriage. Then they sauntered and swayed their way around the lawn as they danced for the first time as a married couple. Rebecca, from Toast and Jam, laid out the hits and got everyone on the dance floor…I mean lawn. The drinks flowed and out came the sparklers. Guests danced, laughed, played with fire and wrestled furniture. I dragged Kate and David out in front for a few more quick photos before the party ended. This was such a fun party at a really unique spot with some awesome folks. Thanks for asking me to shoot!