Clabber Girl Bakeshop Museum and Country Store

By grace.g.yang ยท May 25, 2011
Under: American,Travels

On Friday, Kristen and the bridal party and friends went to a nail salon to do our nails, had lunch at Panera (yum…I hadn’t visited in such a long time!) and went to Zumba while the boys played a round of golf. It was my first time doing Zumba and Kristen’s mom planned a special class for us – so much fun with a great playlist! After Zumba, we got ready for their rehearsal dinner at Clabber Girl (the company that makes the baking powder I use when I bake!) The museum and bakeshop was closed for their dinner but we were allowed to walk around the exhibits. Some pictures from the event:


Me and Ken:


Kristen and Drew have traveled a lot and our dinner was a sampling of some of the international cuisine they’ve had while going to places like India, Hong Kong, Thailand, Brazil, and even Chicago (Chicago-dogs were just one of the fun apps we had!). I got the pecan-crusted chicken with veggies and potatoes:


Ken ordered the filet wrapped in bacon (luckily, he is nice enough to share with his girlfriend):


Both of the families spoke and had very heart-warming speeches and we had a great time watching lots of video montages of their childhood and courtship. After dinner, we headed to another part of the museum where we had amazing brownies, fruit tarts, chocolates and eclairs. We also took lots of photographs, including this one of me, Ken and his friends and their wives:


Ken and his three friends have all been really close since high school and remain close even though we’re in New York. They have a really special bond – look how cute they are showing off their groomsmen gifts (customized Converse sneakers):


And the guys being silly:

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