A celebration of the marriage of Georgia Christine Hyman and Kenneth Wilson was held Oct. 24, 2015, at Jack Robinson Gallery in downtown Memphis, Tenn. The bride’s sister, Natalie Martin, and the groom’s sons, Tanner and Charles Wilson, were in attendance. Longtime friend, Rev. Larry Chitwood, officiated the intimate ceremony. Evie King Smitz and Brae Lynn Wilson were flower girls and Avery McCuiston Ward was Junior Bridesmaid. Grandfather, Bill Brown gave an Irish Blessing and a gospel choir performed at the conclusion of the ceremony. A reception followed with an Elvis and Memphis Theme. Sunglasses, Blue Suede Shoe Signature Drink, and L.P. records carried out the theme. The official Memphis Grizzly escorted the couple into the reception amid music by “Rockin’ Robin.” The dancing started with grandfather, Bill Brown and father, Herb Hyman performing the first dances before the couples’ first dance. The couple had chosen special songs and the high light was a brother/sister dance off between the Early brothers and the Bir sisters which was amazing. Family and friends from across the country enjoyed a sit-down dinner catered by friend Kelly English and his staff from Iris Restaurant. As the party concluded, Kenneth and Georgia rode off in a Cinderella horse drawn carriage amid fireworks. Parents of the bride are Herb and Mika Hyman. The groom’s parents are Lollie Wilson of Port Isabel, Texas and the late Charles Wilson. The couple will reside in Memphis, Tenn. It was truly a wedding to be remembered.