6 Dutch Apple Pies - Can't go wrong with the always popular, good old-fashioned apple pie with a yummy crumb topping. Made using my homemade apple pie filling from the apples we picked at Stuckey Farm, these were homegrown, homemade deliciousness.
4 Nutella Silk Pies - Mama's twist on a classic, these lucious silk pies are essentially French silk pies using Nutella in place of some of the unsweetened baking chocolate. They were definitely a hit - not a single slice left! Using ice packs and covered foil pans, I was even able to keep them chilled until serving. As described by a friend of ours, "they ruined every other pie for me, because every pie from now on will be crap compared to French silk pies." (In case you don't know Marzotto, that's a pretty great compliment!)
1 Banoffee Pie - This was a special request from the bride, so it had to be perfect. One of the easiest pies ever to make, I was happy to oblige!
The wedding was absolutely beautiful. I've never been to one that went smoother - seriously, everything went perfectly. At least to my knowledge, that is. We had a wonderful time, and thanks to my BFF and the wedding photographer of the night, Michael and I got some much-needed and appreciated adult time towards the end of the night. I just loved having Annalyn there (especially for the dance - she LOVES dancing), but it was important for us to have time for just the two of us and some of our closest friends to celebrate such an exciting day.