September 26, 2008

Deb + Peter: 10 Year Wedding Anniversary in Woodside

Wedding

Wow.

Wow, wow, WOW!

You should have been at Deb & Peter’s 10 year anniversary party last month! Held at their house in Woodside and put on by the talented Maxine Andrew of Instead of You.

The place looked absolutely stunning in vibrant pinks and yellow.



There was plenty of entertainment and eye candy that evening, starting off with “Bubble Ladies” who did gymnastics inside big plastic bubbles as they floated over the pool in the back yard.




And the evening was catered by the talented Paula le Duc. There was a fritto misto bar with calamari, shrimp, fennel, and broccoli and lemon and plenty of passed hors d’oeuvres. The dinner was a buffet of Caesar and haricot vert salads, tangy citrus noodle salad, crabcakes, peking duck, panzanella, a carving station of lamb, and several more delicacies. Mouth watering yet?


Deb and Peter had a vow renewal ceremony presided over by a ship captain by the “international waters” of their swimming pool. It was very sweet and they went right into their “first dance” – “Your Love Amazes Me” by John Berry.


The second form of entertainment came from the go-go dancers in wedding regalia which was stripped off to show cute bikinis underneath.




The band, Busta-Groove, was awesome and so high energy. They played several sets with outfit changes.


Then came the fire dancers! This trio was just amazing and had the whole audience enthralled. They were quite a spectacle!




Deb and Peter were wonderful hosts and started off the dancing. You should have seen them out there on the dancefloor.


And the love between them was so evident. 10 years later and they were still laughing, kissing, and just enjoying one another.


Busta-Groove has everyone on their feet for a wild time. (I must have left too soon because apparently the cops showed up later that night to calm the rowdy partiers!)




It was a perfect evening and I couldn’t be happier for Deb and Peter. Here’s to several more decades together!

Don’t you ever doubt this love of mine
You’re the only one for me
You give me hope, you give reason
You give me something to believe in
Forever faithfully, your love amazes me
“Your Love Amazes Me” – John Berry

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