“SQUIRREL CHOWS DOWN ON WEDDING CAKE BEFORE RECEPTION”… (And other inconvenient truths about the risks oftying the knotat a summercamp)– in this past Sunday’s@NYTIMES Style section // “Camps are evocative of a childhood they are nostalgic for” (We talked pros & conswith reporter @stephncain aboutwhy on earth folks want to go back to camp long after they’ve outgrown their Girl Scout days). In 2004 we got married at Wandawega because it was the only venue we could afford : ) So many of the buildings were still nearlycondemned sowe just locked most of the doors, white washed exteriors where we could, and got a big ol’ tent to protect people from what turned out to be an all-day downpour. Here’s to all the lovebirds who are about to roll the dice & get married at a camp. If you get rained out, too, just remember that A knot tied wet never comes undone. #SilverLiningsWedding portrait of these two amazing women @kaleandolive @lmartier at their camp nuptials by @bonitagabrielle & @lms_photo