This couple is in the process of moving to Pilot Mountain, and we are glad to have them nearby. We were also very excited to have a true winter wedding in February, although it was 68 degrees, and we turned the air conditioning on at one point. It was windy, though, so this gave us a chance to use our new patio enclosures. Although these things are semi-transparent, they definitely block the wind, and they keep it warm inside the covered area, especially with the help of our patio heaters, which were not needed until late at night. Of course, the main indoor area, kitchen, and all bathrooms are all fully heated. They had their ceremony in the indoor area in front of the warm fireplace, with an in-ceremony video played through our projector to start things off. A first here – they brought in a john boat, painted gold, to serve as the bar in the pool area. The guests adjourned through here on there way out to the outdoor patio to enjoy cocktail hour, while we re-arranged the ceremony site into the buffet and a sitting area. The reception was held in the covered area, now completely enclosed, with chargers made of wood with a personalized inscription of each guest’s name at each place setting (crafty!). Sunday Coordinate It provided the planning throughout and was very helpful. Holly Tate Catering did an excellent job with ample staff, served appetizers, delicious gourmet bacon cheeseburger and rueben sliders, among others. Tart Sweets bakery provided an array of delectable, perfect-sized desserts. Liz Grogan photography was on hand to document the event and did an excellent job. Drone videos also in hand, although a difficult windy day. A special shout out to Gary Mitchell, who provided 7 hours of music entertainment during the event, starting with a solo acoustic show during the wedding and cocktail hour followed by a 7 person live band performance for the grand finale. What a night! Guests adjourned to all 3 cabin areas post ceremony.