Mainor-Mason Wedding Dec. 31, 2011
new marriage rang in the New Year on Dec. 31, 2011, when Shelby Kathleen Mainor and Victor Chad Mason Jr. tied the knot at Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church.
rafters in the barn was a wrought iron gazebo filled with a beautiful white floral arrangement created by Southern Wedding Designs. Each table was adorned with candles and floral arrangements.
The bride, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Allen Waller of Ramer, Ala., and Henry F. Mainor Jr. of Montgomery, Ala., and the groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chad Mason of Montgomery, Ala., were wed with the bride’s lifelong pastor, Dr. John Ed Mathison, officiating.
Guests enjoyed cuisine from themed food stations featuring Mexican, Italian and American food along with on-site oyster shucking, all provided by A Catered Affair. Cake Designs created the delicious bride and groom cakes.
The bride added a sentimental touch to her traditional ceremony by including a hand-sewn garter and ring bearer pillow made from her grandmother’s wedding gown. The bride’s most memorable moment of the ceremony was the introduction for the first time as Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chad Mason Jr. to family and friends. Following the ceremony, the wedding party rode a trolley to the reception and New Year’s celebration hosted by the bride’s parents at their home in Ramer, Ala. Guests were greeted by valet parking attendants from Apex Valet in Birmingham, Ala. With the help of Tents Unlimited from Atlanta, the family barn was converted into a magical fairytale-style ballroom. Crystal chandeliers and custom lighting hung from the ceiling, and hanging from the
The bride and groom, along with friends and family, danced the night away and celebrated with a New Year’s countdown by the band Black Jacket. Bruce’s Magical Balloons delighted the guests with balloon art, and Pyro Shows performed a breathtaking firework display to celebrate the beginning of a New Year and new life together for the couple. After the stroke of midnight, the elated newlyweds left the reception in a horse-drawn carriage to begin their happily ever after. After a honeymoon trip aboard Disney Cruise Lines, the couple now resides in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Special thanks to Kim Box Photography and Joe Bryan for capturing the special moments of the Mainor-Mason Wedding.
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