San Antonio wedding

BFF Beth’s daughter Indies wedding festivities

San Antonio wedding

Fun wedding in San Antonio at the St Anthony hotel!

We enjoyed many local eateries in San Antonio. Paesanos on the river walk was delicious! Sit outside if possible. The shrimp Paesanos is their most popular item and it was wonderful! The salads are very fresh and a perfect size.

We also explored The Pearl. It dates back to the 1880s and has apartments, restaurants,boutiques and a green space. We loved Bakery Lorraine for lunch. The lunch special of soup And sandwich was perfect. I got the peanut butter chocolate chip cookie for dessert and my sister got cheesecake and they both were outstanding! I think they are also famous for their homemade macaroons. We also checked out the Hotel Emma. It is a historical 146 room hotel on the riverfront.

We helped with the bridal brunch. It was lovely and the girls enjoyed themselves.

The wedding itself was so fun! The wedding was very special and the cocktail hour before the reception was very festive. The seated dinner was excellent! The food and service were delicious and the band was a blast!

Cake with bridal pulls at the bridal brunch

Cute idea of decorating cookies at bridal brunch

Welcome boxes
Hotel St Anthony
Outside Mi Tierra Cafe (Tex-Mex)
Bakery Lorraine

3 responses to “San Antonio wedding”

  1. Susan Goodman

    Great blog, Finney! Such a wonderful time together with family and friends! My sister is the bomb, everything was off the chart! #Table9 #TXMSLOVE

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  2. So fun! Always wanted to go to SA!

    Sent from my iPad


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    1. Great pics! Love that you captured it all 💖

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