Gotta love a wedding


Up and at ’em today with a red carpet ready workout, followed by a green smoothie. The best way to start the day if you ask me :-).


Then it was time to pack and get organised for my cousin’s wedding. Amy made us both a sweet bean burrito (mine was wrapped in mountain bread instead of a tortilla) to have in the car, with my morning cup of tea.


We then drove to Manly. It took about 2 hours due to heavy traffic. I had a banana along the way and we arrived in time to join my parents (who had come up yesterday) for lunch. I had vegetarian quiche, salad and half a roll.


We chatted for a bit and then had a cup of tea. I also indugled in an anzac cookie and shortbread.


Then it was time to get ready for the wedding. You can read a full recap here.IMG_5492

There wasn’t much in the way of vegetarian nibblies but I did have one goats cheese tart.


The table was beautifully set.


The meal itself was very uninspired I thought. Being a lacto-ovo vegetarians there are lots of great meal options. Instead I got a salad for entree.


Pasta for the main


and fruit for desert.


It was all rather nice but nothing to rave over. I only ate about half of everything and complimented with a yummy roll.


and Kevin’s ice-cream…


Then there was the wedding cake.


I love the idea of cupcakes and how cakes are personalized these days. Too cute.


What do you think? Here’s the real bride and groom.


The cake was delicous. So fresh and light.



After some dancing I enjoyed a cup of tea and a chocolate.


2 Comments to “Gotta love a wedding”

  1. By Lisa @bakebikeblog, August 9, 2010 @ 8:49 am

    What a gorgeous wedding!!! And those cupcakes are adorable 🙂

  2. By Jennifer, August 9, 2010 @ 12:10 pm

    You and your family look great! I love that cupcake topper! It looks like it is molded from fondant or modeling chocolate. I’ve made my fair share of fondant cakes so I definitely know the work that went into making that. 🙂