The final event of the FABULOUS June Wedding was the Late Night Party. There was discussion regarding what to call this portion of the evening. I suggested calling it a Dance Party. However, it was suggested that the title sounded more like a fraternity party instead of dancing after a formal wedding. Thus, we simply called it Dancing. However, knowing the band we had booked and the food and beverage we intended to serve I felt the atmosphere would be EXACTLY like a fraternity party. So, here are the photos…decide for yourselves.
Honestly, it was akin to a Southern Baptist Foot Fellowship…
THEN, SOMEONE DIMMED THE LIGHTS!!!
I have no idea where the costume parts came from but obviously, they were a huge hit.
This is one of those “what happened in Tupelo, stayed in Tupelo” moments. Clearly, a good time is being had by all!!!
Uh…yea…sorry…this is a DANCE PARTY!!!
One step away from body surfing!!!
Glistening and FABULOUS!!!!
The MoB requested a blast from her past for the late night munchies as she remembered it from The University Diner in Charlottesville, VA. We recreated what Virginia co-ed’s know as “Grillswith”…fresh out of the oil donuts with ice cream and chocolate sauce. We offered lots of additional confectionary accoutrement to make it extra special but the memory of late nights in Charlottesville were certainly present.
As guests made their way out to create a sparkling exit the favors were available to take for a memory of this incredible evening.
Uncle Bucky tried to keep from burning down Grey Manor…”no one breath”!!!
And so it was…
all the venues were lovely and a good time was had by all!!!
Stewart and Victor McMillan honeymooned in Napa and Sonoma and are now home in Tupelo, MS. I was honored to be a part of their special weekend and look forward to calling them chosen family “til death do us part”.
Undying gratitude goes to all the artists and designers as well as retail vendors who made all our dreams and especially my wishes come true. They and their associates are some of the most professional people I’ve ever worked with and their talents unparalleled.
Rosemary Gaines-Jody’s Flowers
Angele Mueller-Tallahatchie Gourmet
Elizabeth Rose-Reed’s Department Store
Holly Whitworth –Creative Cakes
Mary McGuire-Mary McGuire’s Cakes
Margarete-Simply Sweet by Margarete
Jennifer and Mark Shelton-The Antler
Mark Anderson-Disc Jockey Attractions
Blair Hughes-Park Heights
Beverly McAlilly, Nan Lawrence, Abby Condit, Cindy Mathis-Instrumentalists