17 Oct Fall Wedding Faire was fabulous!
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Kytia Dutton of Dishgrace Party Rental set up two beautiful tables sporting some popular trends from this season's receptions. Burlap was big!
Many thanks to the vendors, prospective brides and grooms and our 2013 wedding couples who attended Twenty Mile House’s Wedding Faire on Oct. 14!
Emily of Emily's Garden in Quincy showcased her assortment of wedding items, including flower girl baskets, ringbearer pillows, bridal party gifts and her own wedding design services.
It was a fabulous fall day and a great turnout. If you missed this chance to meet face-to-face with caterers, bakers, musicians, table experts, florists and other wedding suppliers – take note! We’ll be hosting another faire on March 24, 2013!
The Lost Sierra Ramblers, below, were on hand to show off the talent of local musicians. This band will be playing for our last wedding of the season this week.
The Faire guests sampled appetizers and entrees from three caterers, Pangaea, Southern Accent and Grizzly Grill. They also tasted five cake flavors offered by Traci’s Sweet Surprises and gourmet chocolates and truffles from Buckaroo Chocolates.
Twenty Mile House wedding coordinator Suzi Brakken had handouts on things to do and places to stay for wedding guests, the majority of whom will be first-time visitors to Plumas County.
An added bonus was mobile massage therapist Shannon Winters, who came with a massage chair and offered free samples of what she can do for stressed out brides and grooms.