Danielle and Josh chose a fall wedding at Pine Peaks and the vibrant colors of fall surrounded the country estate which was a perfect backdrop for the beautiful outdoor ceremony.
For their groom’s dinner on Friday, they hosted a fabulous meal in the pavilion, followed by the rehearsal, then a unique event: a pumpkin carving and costume contest! The pumpkins were seen all around the property for the guests to enjoy. What a night to remember!
Danielle had a teddy bear made with fabric from her Grandmother’s clothes to make sure she was close for their big day. The couple gave pinecone fire starters to their guests and had them sign a guest board with good wishes. Dave made a “Pumpkin Disco Ball” just for the occasion.
Kate of Maucieri’s Catering and Chef Brian rocked the wedding feast! After dinner, one of the family members came to Dave and Julie and said: “I normally don’t like fettuccine but that fettuccine was so good I could have face planted in it!”
This was a close second to the Stuffed Shells with Maucieri’s handmade Italian sausage. A champagne toast and many good wishes were given to the newlyweds. After the party started, Kate made Maucieri’s fresh pizzas for the guests in Pine Peaks very own Mugnaini Wood Fired Oven.
We at Pine Peaks Event Center and Maucieri’s catering thank Danielle and Josh for choosing us and wish them a lifetime of luck and love! Enjoy Julie’s photos.
Dave and Julie Nyland Peterson