The theme of the night was an island wedding gone awry when the bride is murdered. I played Michael Cavanaugh, an international croquet champion and gigolo who has a preference for rich women in their 70s and 80s with one foot in the grave. Joining us for the evening were the groom, his father, the wedding planner and her ex-husband lounge singer, the bride's hippie half-sister, the groom's secret half-sister and the groom's ex-girlfriend. Despite the incredible hokiness of the game, we had a lot of fun with it.
In addition, the food and the decor were fantastic. We had five or six courses, champagne, wine, and all the fancy forks you can imagine. Margarita went all out with her decorations. She even went so far as to have a "rehearsal dinner" with her kids the night before. I would happily let Margarita organize any party I would ever host or attend.
|The dinner table. How amazing is this?|
|Check out the wine bucket on the left. It is an ice sculpture with flowers frozen into the ice. |
It took her 4 days to make this.
|Dean Cash and his awesome lounge singer mustache.|
|The second course - lobster and fruit salad served in a coconut half.|
|The wedding cake - she even had a bride/groom wedding topper next to the cake.|
|Turns out that the ex-girlfriend (and beauty queen) did it!|