With Thanksgiving right around the corner who can’t help thinking about food today?? Well actually, I think about food most everyday, but we thought this was an especially appropriate post to share with you given that more than a few of you probably have Thursday’s feast on your mind.

This gorgeous Connecticut wedding sent to us by Gourmet Galley is not only filled with beautiful flowers and sweet little details, but is likely to induce some serious stomach growling…

Plus, if you’re feeling at all unsure about what to cook on Thanksgiving, Chelsea and Matt’s menu may be just the delicious inspiration you’ve been looking for…

“meat and potatoes” ~ aged dry rubbed new york strip steaks with caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, and house made steak sauce, horseradish mashed potatoes, sautéed zucchini and summer squash.

“roast and toast” ~ provence roasted split chickens with toasted israeli couscous, roasted vegetables with fresh herbs, sautéed green beans with cherry tomatoes, slivered almonds, and garlic.

“soup” ~ tomato and asparagus bisque, served cool ~or~ roasted corn and crab chowder with basil oil.

“salad” ~ organic field greens with crumbled feta, black olives, cucumbers and a honey balsamic vinaigrette or spinach salad with mushrooms, red onion, slivered almonds and a warm bacon cider vinaigrette.

Stunning flowers, sweet little bird details and a completely drool-worthy cake. Yep, I’m in heaven.

This couple really thought about the whole feel of the day, from beginning to end… everything from the bride’s fabulous bouquet and the sweet place cards to the luscious tabletops and happy bellies of all of their guests. Gourmet Galley created a spread to ensure everyone’s total satisfaction…and yes, now I’m hungry.

Photography by Maggie Conley.

Thanks you to the very talented Gourmet Galley for sharing this gorgeous day with us… everything is elegant, lovely and totally delicious. Congratulations to Chelsea and Matt!

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