During the week of Veteran’s Day, Houston Station hosted a reception for the Veterans Airlift Command. This non-profit organization provides free air transportation to wounded warriors, veterans and their families through a national network of volunteer aircraft owners and pilots. We were honored to be a part of the Hero Flight 2014, a weekend of Nashville events for this group of honorable men and women. Here are some of the evening’s highlights by Max Haynes Photography.
Events Nashville was honored to be a part of DayNa and Mark’s lovely September wedding. Following their ceremony at the Church of the Assumption in historic Germantown, everyone headed over to Houston Station for a night of dinner and dancing. The couple celebrated their day with some traditional Polish wedding customs including the sharing of bread, salt and wine, the unveiling of the bride, and the hanging of tiny baby dolls tied with ribbons being placed around the couple’s necks to wish them many happy and healthy children. As the groom, Mark also got to wear a funny hat to represent the laughter and happiness of a great marriage. So fun! The Downtown Band kept the party going all night, ending with a sparkler exit for the newlyweds. Amazing photos thanks to We Are the Mitchells Photography. Best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Gliebe!
- Photography: We Are The Mitchells Photography
- Ceremony site: Church of the Assumption
- Caterer: Menu Maker Catering
- Cake: Dulce Desserts
- Band: The Downtown Band
- Florist: Belles Fleures Designs
- Furniture: Southern Events Party Rental Company
- Lighting: Bright Event Productions
- Videography: Card Board Films
- Bartending: Saffire Restaurant, D&D Events