Reception Toasts

Boettcher_Mansion_Fog4 Reception ToastsWhat a busy week it has been. I did take a few days off over the long weekend to do some climbing and the Bolder Boulder. What a fun race! My husband ran it twice, once for himself then he came back and did it again with me. What a great feeling to run into the CU stadium with all the runners and spectators. Simply amazing.

We took this amazing picture last night at one of my favorite venues. Can you guess where this is? The light and fog are incredible. It looks like something from Lord of the Rings.
I’m getting ready for a big wedding on Saturday. The bride and groom are two of the sweetest people ever. I can’t wait to be part of their day.
Tip of the day: At a networking event last night, we talked about toasts at the reception. My word of advice – only the best man, maid/matron of honor and 1-2 parents should give toasts at the reception. The bride and groom can also say a few words as well. Don’t pass the microphone around or have an “open” mic. After 5+ speeches, your guests are getting bored and it really disrupts the flow of the reception when your guests are sitting for hours. The rehearsal dinner is the perfect time for multiple friends and family to toast to the happy couple.