When Camille Grammer tied the knot in Hawaii on October 20, she and her now-husband David C. Meyer designed a ceremony that would honor its surroundings. From the welcome cocktails to the taro chips, here's everything we know about the menu:
When guests — which included Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Lisa Rinna, and bridesmaid Kyle Richards — arrived, they were greeted with that oh-so tropical of drinks: Mai Tais. (Usually, the Polynesian cocktail is built around rum, Curaçao liqueur, orgeat syrup, and lime juice). And after the gorgeous couple said their vows, guests sat down to a meal that was infused with "Hawaiian flair."
In this case, that meant a surf-and-turf dish that paired a filet with local fish wrapped in banana leaves. Guests also noshed on the Hawaiian dish poi (it has a pudding-like texture), and taro chips, according to People — to which Camille described the whole bash as something out of a "fairy tale."
We have good reason to believe that there was plenty of champagne, too: After dinner, "there was eating, drinking, and dancing," Camille told People. "Kyle and I were cutting a rug!"
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