Tribe member Christy recently offered her illustrated account of how she and her fiance decided on their wedding venue. You'll find that both cheese and unicorns are involved… so you know it has to be awesome.
The most excellent fiancé and I had a tasting at our venue in DUMBO last night, and it was so much better than I imagined. We kept asking them if it was a trap.
We were happily sampling wine and our first appetizer until we realized that the couple next to us was taking meticulous notes on everything. We had been operating on a grading system of “Awesome or What?” and “Even More Awesome!” So we felt the need to step up our game. We vowed not to eat everything they gave us so that we could actually eat the entrees when they arrived, but that was before we encountered the macaroni and cheese. Cheese madness ensued, rendering the previous logic unsound.
The couple next to us were really serious about note taking. There was a large wedding binder and a tote bag filled with papers and notes that were presumably typed from the yellow notepad the future-groom was scribbling everything down in.
I feel like they are those people that, when you go into the Container Store, they buy things and take them home and can utilize pretty boxes on modern shelves to create a lovely and organized space. Whereas I go to the Container Store and think “I'm gonna do it! I'm gonna be organized and productive!” and then I buy a bunch of boxes, but in reality I just have pink boxes sitting underneath of all of my other unorganized stuff.
After eating all the appetizers there ever were and an entree, we got a tour of the place. I had suspected earlier that we weren't really in this place and that we'd both been Incepted. After seeing this one room that I'm fairly sure was built by the dream-addled corners of my imagination, I was about 90% sure someone was going to need to kick a chair or something to wake us up out of it.
I didn't forget how to draw, my notes were all done via rough finger painting on my iPhone. The fiancé couldn't help because he was still in the thrall of cheese madness.
The best part was at the end when they brought out a plate filled with little glasses, and those glasses were filled with various dessert things. One was rice pudding, one was strawberry/rhubarb something or other, and the last thing was a cake, but it tasted exactly like a Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookie. It was amazing.
In conclusion, I didn't really need to take any notes, 'cause the place is pretty much everything we wanted. Wedding venue is go!