A couple of weekends ago was a very special wedding. Our friends, Gene and Miriam's eldest daughter got married!! We have been friends for many years and our children went to school together.
I was asked to help decorate the Boathouse on Saturday morning.
Above, Kathy and Debbie trying to figure out the arrangement of table settings.
The wedding took place at the college church in town.
The pastor's flight was cancelled the day before due to the weather out east but luckily he made it just in time! They were practicing in the balcony since he missed out on the rehearsal practice!
Our son, Josh played the prelude and sang a solo, "Love Never Fails" by Brandon Heath.
Following the wedding, Greg and Karen went aisle by aisle to greet people and then each row was dismissed. Here Josh's children are watching the bride and groom. It was their first wedding!
After the wedding, we drove to the Boathouse in Wichita.
Our family was together at one table.
We literally had to sing for our supper! No fooling! Each table had to come up with a love song and sing to the bridal couple. Then your table would be allowed to go through the line for dinner (which was spectacular!!! Filet mignon, mashed potatoes, green beans and salad.)
Even the bridal table sang for their supper too. Of course, they were prepared!
Instead of cake, there were pies! Peanut butter/chocolate, apple and cherry!
Cute signs on the pie table:
"He's the apple of her eye"
"She's my cherry pie"
"They belong together like chocolate and peanut butter"
Dave McCloud made all the apple and cherry pies!
There were several of us who made the chocolate/peanut butter pies (I was so honored that Miriam asked me for my recipe! Recipe at end of post)
A very fun party!! Congratulations Greg and Karen!!!
Reece's Pie (makes 2):
Mix 3.9 oz. chocolate pudding using the pie filling instructions. Spread on the bottom of 2 graham cracker pie shells.
1 package (8 oz) cream cheese, softened
1 cup creamy peanut butter
1 cup sugar
1 T. butter, softened
1 t. vanilla
Mix all together. Fold in approximately 2 c. Cool Whip or 1 c. heavy whipping cream that has been whipped. Divide and layer on top of chocolate layer.
Top with more Cool Whip.
Break apart Reece's peanut butter cups and put on top of the Cool Whip.
Melt chocolate chips in the microwave and drizzle on top.
My family likes it when I make this pie to take places because there is 1 pie we keep at home! I came up with this pie many years ago and it has always been a favorite!