We shopped for the food essentials at the local grocery store - DiGiorno Pizza & Cookies, Sun Chips, IBC rootbeer, Dr. Pepper, Caesar salad, biscuits, nutella, jelly, eggs, strawberries, portobello mushrooms, and Eggo waffles. =)
We lounged around and played lots of games.
We took a walk in the woods.
We went back to Sarafina's Italian Kitchen, an adorable and popular restaurant tucked away in Arnold, CA.
I had the Involtini del Pollo, which was prosciutto & asparagus stuffed chicken, panko crusted, pan fried & topped with a four cheese sauce, served with garlic mashed red potatoes & grilled veggies (red onions, zucchini, yellow squash & carrots). It was magnificent!
After dinner that night, we were in the middle of a game of Scrabble when all of a sudden, a BAT started swooping around the room! We then spent the next hour or so trying to get it out of the house. We weren't 100% sure if we were successful, so just in case we kept the bedroom door closed that night.
After we came back, we shared the top tier of our wedding cake with our friends & family. It was white cake with strawberry buttercream filling and a vanilla buttercream on top. It was still delicious one year later!
My husband's gift to me was a silk flower rendering of my wedding bouquet. He didn't know this at the time, but the woman who made it was actually the same woman who did the bridesmaid bouquets and pew decorations!
One of the things I really wanted to do for our anniversary was get some professional photos taken for us to be able to frame around the house. We hadn’t had any good pictures taken of us since the wedding. So I called up our new friend Scot and asked him if he could do some anniversary pictures for us.
Here are the beautiful images that we got!
Scot is seriously such an amazingly talented photographer, and he's such a genuine guy. I really appreciated the time he took to capture such beautiful images for us. I would highly recommend him for ANY event, especially weddings. To see more of his work, go to Scot's website, check out his blog, or like Scot Woodman Photography on Facebook!