[If you're reading this in a feedreader, you're probably missing out on the pictures. Won't you come visit in person?]
If I may say so myself, our wedding weekend was, in a word, perfect. The weather cooperated to a degree that I couldn't have even wished for; the setting was gorgeous and romantic (thanks to our friends Donna and Dennis); and the food and drink were spectacular. I mean, when was the last time you went back for seconds on wedding cake?
The day after our wedding, we carted an entourage in a bus up to the always lovely Bouchaine Winery in Carneros. After a thoughtfully selected tasting of their wines and some delicious box lunches (catered, like the wedding dinner, from Bi-Rite Market), we were given a tour where we got to taste the last of the pinot noir grapes on the vine, and thoroughly educated on the entire process the wines go through from vineyard to bottle.
Many thanks to our good friend Anita for being the unofficial photographer for our event. Despite her concern about shooting non-inanimate, non-food subjects, I think she did a spectacular job capturing the moments exactly as I remember them. Pics from the wedding are in the Pictobrowser above; wedding excursion shots are after the jump. Enjoy! I know I did.