And by 'us,' I mean my mom.
She just finished up the invitations (with custom artwork!) yesterday. She's doing the flowers, bouquets, centerpieces, and all other decorations. And if it were just those 2 things, maybe you'd think that's not so bad. But, she's also catering the wedding (with some help from my dad, future in-laws, sisters and aunts).
There will still be lots of hot dishes, appetizers, multiple options...basically, all of it. It's just going to also be really good since it will be homemade :)
In Indiana, this style of chicken was called Port-a-Pitt. I'm guessing it has something to do with it being made in portable stations (usually sold as a fundraiser)? Whatever the origins, like most things that come out of Indiana it tastes delicious, even if it's not super healthy.
It's a salty, vinegar brine that the chicken marinates in and then more is used to glaze the chicken as it's cooking on the grill and getting that nice char-broiled finish.