You guys. This weekend. So much fun! It was a nonstop party from 11 am Friday until I don’t even know when! We had our company outing on Friday, so after 3 hours of work, we headed down the street to Granite State Escape.
We had 3 groups of probably 10ish people, and we all had a different room that we were locked in.
There were clues leading to different clues, and we only had 60 minutes to solve the case and get out of the locked door. Our group was in their hardest room, which has a 20% success rate. Well, we are all pretty awesome and got out in 49 minutes, putting us on the leaderboard. Go team The CCA Way!
After we all finished, we headed over to our President’s house for food, drinks and a bunch of weirdness.
I’ve said it before and I will say it again; the company I work for and the people I work for are absolutely amazing.
I love going to work every single day and love having coworkers who are also my friends.
Or friends who are my coworkers?
The rest of my Friday night was spent running a few errands and getting my bags packed for wedding weekend! I woke up early on Saturday to hit the gym for a shoulder workout, before I hit the road to head to the White Mountains for Lauren’s wedding at Bishop Farm in Lisbon, NH.
It was a chilly, fall day, roughly high 30s when we arrived to the beautiful farm.
The first barn of the evening was where the ceremony took place.
It was absolutely gorgeous inside the barn, and I truly felt like I was in a Lifetime movie. By the time the wedding started, it was close to 35 degrees, and we were freezing in our dresses. I would have killed to have had a pair of socks on haha.
After the ceremony, we enjoyed cocktail hour in a “heated” tent. If it hadn’t been so cold it would have been fun to sit around this fire before the reception started!
The second barn was where the reception was, and the decor left me absolutely speechless. I always have wanted a barn wedding, and this just sealed the deal for me.
With the gorgeous bride! We spent 3 years living together in college. Love this girl! Lo is the first of the college girls to get married, and we joked that she certainly set the bar high for weddings!
And then we danced the night away until 11:30, where we crashed into bed! I cannot wait to share more of the pictures once the photographer has them edited!
The morning after Lindsay, Michelle, Nicole and Bobby headed to Polly’s Pancake Parlor for brunch before we all hit the road. Polly’s Pancakes, which I believe was voted as having the best pancakes in NH, was an adorable little breakfast spot.
With a full belly, I made the hour and 45 minute drive home, before an afternoon of grocery shopping, meal prepping, cleaning and relaxing!
What is your favorite brunch meal?
Have you ever been to a barn wedding?
What did you do this weekend?