What is wonderful about a destination wedding is that the bride and groom get to spend more than just the time of the event with their friends and family. A destination wedding is an intimate way for a couple to share their wedding with the people who are most important to them. Generally, the people who will travel for a destination wedding are the ones you most want to be there – your family, your parent’s friends you knew growing up, and your closest circle of friends.
Is any beverage so redolent with allure and mystery as Champagne? Surely, no drink is as reliably expensive, nor can we think of one more loaded with joy when the cork pops. Bottles worth a vintage designation come around only every few years, while brand names like Taittinger, Nicolas Feuillatte and Perrier-Jouet ease off the tongue with imposing style.
The 9th Annual Rutherford Society Gala was held on Saturday, January 16 at the Embassy Suites Conference Center at 7pm to thank Rutherford Society donors for their generosity. At the start of the event, co-chairs Vicki Easton and Emily Hunton were recognized for their service and gifted magnificent flower bouquets. Reverend Colin Ambrose then said grace before attendees enjoyed a beautiful dinner. The black tie event featured guest speaker Kirk Herbstreit, an ESPN College Gameday Analyst, and honored the 2016 Saint Thomas Rutherford Foundation Award Recipients.
The Center for the Arts featured the seasonally appropriate musical, The Addams Family, A New Musical, from October 16 through November 1. At the showing on Friday, October 30, the house was packed with theater enthusiasts, some dressed in Halloween attire.
Welcome to town, Murfreesboro’s first gourmet pet bakery, Treat Me Good Dog Barkery, opens on December 1, 2015! The bakery will offer a large selection of homemade dog and cat treats along with cakes for special occasions.
The Mirabella Room at the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro was aglow with the sights of the season; tables in white linens, Christmas trees galore, the rising snowmen from the entertainment stage, the lovely sounds of Kelly Lee Culbreth, and hundreds of student interpretations of Van Gogh’s famous painting “The Starry Night.”