|Super easy and cheap DIY decor: spray painted letters from Hobby Lobby|
|Our guest book in action!|
|My aunt made her famous biscochitos. (They weren’t really this dark in person…)|
|I loved our centerpieces: square vases filled with coffee beans and topped with light pink carnations.|
|(My husband’s cousin took this pictures and I like how it shows the tablescape) Pictured here are also our wedding favors (the number one most-read post on this blog, actually) I only wish we got a better photo.|
|half of a sweetheart table at the top (bottom?) of the dance floor. I loved seeing all of our guests from where we sat.|
|A sneak peek at our dessert table 🙂|
I wish I had more detail pictures to show you. Actually, I mostly wish I could show you the food. It was outstanding and 95% of the reason for why we picked our venue.
Some people may say buffets are tacky for weddings, but I say bah-humbug to them! This New Mexican buffet was so freaking delicious that I’m pretty positive I licked my plate clean—I was a classy bride. Our wedding coordinator was so on top of things, and knew how much we loved the food, so she saved us two plates and sent them up to our room so we could eat it later. There’s nothing like chowing down on delicious leftovers in your wedding dress 🙂 I’m telling you, it rocked.
The buffet came complete with all of our favorites: fresh fruit, mixed southwest salad, salsa, guacamole, tri-colored tortilla chips, green chile chicken enchiladas red chile cheese enchiladas, boracho beans, Spanish rice, calabacitas (recipe coming soon), jalapeno corn bread muffins, tortillas, and a red chile rubbed beef. I’m practically drooling just thinking about it again.
Up next…Party Time!