The darling couple (pictured just below) have quite the love for Vineyard Vines apparel. It seemed only fitting to throw them a party to celebrate tying the knot. It was a picture perfect Southern affair painted with whales, stripes, sweets for days, and the preppiest of dress codes.
Not a detail was forgotten as laughs were shared, sweets indulged, and drinks consumed. To top it off there was a rotating musical act that did anything but disappoint. It was a recipe for success.
My sweet friend Amanda made these delectable and adorable cookies to suit the theme. They tasted as good as they looked! I unfortunately wasn't quick enough and only got my hands on one. (If you are in need for some sweet treats for a party I can hook you up!)
Ted just watch dogging.
The darling bride-to-be. Isn't she pretty?
Amanda, sister of the groom and sweet Allison.
Well it wouldn't be a party without games now would it.
It would appear that not everyone in this picture is impressed with my musical talents. A little insulting if I do say so myself.
Amanda (sister of the groom) + Josh (best man) battled it on the quiz of who knows Vince + Ashley better. It was a close race one by the best man himself. The tie breaker was the insanely long list of nicknames for Vince.
Alex, the hostess, just hostessing :)
The happy couple.
Love was in the air apparently as Alex + Casey, the newly married party throwers, clearly can't get enough of each other.
The first act, Myla Smith. I really dug her.
Father and daughter.
Some could use a lesson in photography.
My Memphis family
The engiNERD, Casey, engineered these wine bottle tiki torches. Pretty dang cool.
It was a memorable evening and one I doubt the bride and groom will forget. I have already informed Casey + Alex that I expect the same treatment in party quality when I convince some bloke to marry me. They are good friends to have. Get in line folks!