my friend Lorraine and her man Johnny got hitched this past Sunday at Golf & Stuff! It was one of those crazy fun weddings that everyone has a good time at. I was honored to make their invitation and place cards. The crowd was asked to wear pink, or 60's lime green. Since she herself is a stylist, most of her friends arrived in fantastic ensembles. The D.J. played 60's and 70's unique versions of songs and the bride's entrance was the Monkees "Sleepy Jean"
After the vows and the huge sushi spread...guests could either dance the night away surrounded by cool theme park putt putt buildings or wander down and play free games of miniature golf.
Although this pic does not do the "CUPCAKE TOWER" justice...those were by far hands down the best (most buttery sugary delicious) cupcakes I have ever tasted. They also may have contributed to the shaky hands I had while putting and the dropping of my camera on hole 2. Guaranteeing that no funny golf moments were documented. No pics with the gypsy caravan, windmills, waterfalls, and mini mission.
Ok, so this is the place where my lovely LEICA camera hit the ground and broke! That's right no more camera. Hole #2 cursed me. Not only did it take me almost 9 tries to even get the ball into that lil red creepy house...but my camera hit the pavement. Which then sent me into one of my better OCD speeches. Like "WHY" did I put it in that teeny tiny pocket in the first place, and how am I gonna blog now? So if there was ever a moment you wanted to get some of my art and or vintage stuff- please look at my etsy now and help jump start my camera fund.
On the plus side, true obsessive compulsive style...once the camera was shattered my game improved insanely. I went from a par 8 to hole in one after hole in one. It was like my lens focus broke and my brain focus was tripled. I WON!! I was the winner of the night's game.
Ahhh- if only I could be that good in other sports.