Without nectar, how would our buzzing buddies eat?
And without pollination, how else could a single flower become a field?
It is easy to view the world as large, an obvious perception. It is far more difficult to remember the minute intricacies that truly churn our daily lives. What if the bee could thank the flower, or the flower thank a bee? How does one show gratitude for the mutual continuation of life...?
Well, of course, A PARTY!!!
We had incredible vendors flying around our beloved Durham fields this week. The King's Daughters Inn likes to take the opportunity to thank you for your services, your people, your work, and our collaborative effort in creating a beautiful Triangle. We had an incredibly fun evening, with all luxurious amenities accounted for, of course.
We dressed up the hotel for the occasion with linens provided by CE Rentals. Rocky Top Catering prepared a bevy of delicious morsels. Durham's own Tre Bella arranged our elegant dining room with fresh bouquets. And the icing on the cake? Desserts were by Cary's Details Cake Design (baking out of The Cookery).
The King's Daughters Inn poured Colin’s new cocktail, a fabulous hot toddy made with Maker's Mark, honey, lemon and black tea - the buzz for our beloved bees! It was the perfect way to knock off the chill from outdoors.
Last, but not least, what's an event to do without a little spirit?
Thanks to all who came to eat, drink and be merry. Here’s to a marvelous 2014 for all!