To their 8 acre spread. A little Tiffany's Box. Pedro spent most of the week pressure washing and cleaning and trimming the grounds.
Rain threatened all day and the clouds circled, and it was a bit southernly humid, so we were resting on the porch.
David is some fancy smancy (like many of our clients) broadway music legend so we were treated to not only a professional 3 piece orchestra pre-wedding, but a lot of who's who's of Broadway, which left me at a distinct advantage since I didn't know any names thus failed repeatedly to be impressed by that person or another. Good old fashioned country ignorance. Charming in a way, unless taken too far, which it always is.
Pedro's an architect.
The First Dance with an 11 piece swing band played/filtered over an instagram-like old fashion slightly scratchy radio microphone.
About 30% of my clients are same sex, and it was interesting to take Lucas to his first wedding, where even in his young mind a marriage was subtly somehow between a man and a woman - but, you know what - truth be told - I think he was just fine with it. Probably a little confusing, but nothing that little man couldn't handle.