A Corsair’s Cove Wedding

posted by Lee McKenzie

Thinking about happily ever after? Think Corsair’s Cove! I can’t imagine a more magical place for a wedding and neither can Prudence Parker, the heroine of Kiss at the Cove (Book 1 in the Corsair’s Cove Chocolate Shop series). Pru is a wedding planner (most definitely not a bride-to-be, thank you very much) so if you’re thinking about tying the knot, do consider the Cove.

As for my real life, two of the people nearest and dearest to my heart recently eloped.

Photo by Marnie Recker

Looks as though their wedding took place at Corsair’s Cove, doesn’t it? But did it? Maybe. Hm. Maybe not. But it might have.

To honor this happy couple and their wedded bliss, I’ll be hosting a garden party later this summer. There aren’t many things I love more than a garden party so, needless to say, preparations are well underway. Those who know me well know these preparations require a few DIYs, untold trips to my favorite thrift stores, and a little wear and tear on my car as I brake for garage sales.

Take today, for example. I went out to run several specific errands, but slammed on the brakes as I drove past a yard sale and had that…feeling. To be honest, yard and garage are my least favorite places to hunt for bargains, but today was a happy exception. I scored a set of eight pink linen damask napkins for $1. Not a dollar apiece. All eight for a dollar. Twelve and a half cents apiece. This is my kind of economy. And they match my china.

Pink and pretty

As Prudence and I both know, a garden party isn’t just about the crystal and china and linens, so expect to see a few future posts about party food. Including recipes. The big question…will there be chocolate?

Until next time,

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