It is official. Adam and I are getting hitched. To test the strength of our bond, we have decided to move to Hipsterville California ( also known as San Francisco). Will we both get black rimed glasses? Will my next car be a Priusthat spews “smug” like in this classic South Park episode?? Will Adam grow a neck beard??? While these questions might still be undecided, we know what we really want is to get all our favorite people together to celebrate with you before we go! Please join us for some surf and turf, grilled veggies, and plenty of champagne and booze! In an effort to help us acclimate to our new surroundings, we will have plenty of craft beer, bourbon, fernet branco, artisan cheeses, black framed glasses, mustaches, and things you probably have never heard of before.
The party is at the Allee-McKee-Forni-Eitel residence on the 22nd. We really hope to see you there!
Why are you really moving to San Francisco?
Christine has wanted to move their for YEARS, and -bonus- it is closer to her super awesome family. Also, Adam got a fancy pants job at Bloom Energy! It's an incredibly exciting opportunity.
That's so exciting!...but did you really theme your engagement/going away party??
Adam knows who he's marrying.
Should I bring an engagement gift?
No gifts are needed, but if you are insisting, then perhaps a craft beer, whiskey, bike accessories, or something tech-savvy. Let's stick to the theme. It's the last time I get to make fun of hipsters openly without being beaten up.
Seriously? How themed is this party?
This party is SO San Francisco themed, that it has it's own website. And QR code. And App. Download the QR code or get it here:
Was an App really necessary?
It's as necessary as a beanie in 70 degree weather.
Do I need to dress up?
No, you just need to show up...but if you did choose to throw on a pair of skinny jeans, it would mean the world to me.
'"Regular engagement parties are too mainstream. This is the newest way to have a going away/engagement party ...you've probably never heard of it before...it's pretty underground."'
-A guy who works at a start up.
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