Events

The Launch of Bouquets of Hope

Events & I John 4:19 & Weddings.

We first shared Catholic Charities of West Tennessee’s {CCWTN} new ministry, “Bouquets of Hope,” with you here on the WED Memphis blog just a few weeks ago. Since then, the ministry officially launched last Monday, Sept. 22nd, after Lauren Bishop and Lee Pelkey and their families generously donated their wedding flowers, originally arranged by Holliday Flowers, to Bouquets… Read more »

Tropical Rehearsal Dinner Celebrating Haley & Ryan in St. John, USVI

Events.

Last month the WED Memphis Team joyfully traveled to St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands to celebrate two of our own, Ryan Ruleman {Kathryn’s brother and Patti’s son} and Haley Moore, who exchanged vows and rings in a beautiful sunset wedding ceremony on the gorgeous beach of Trunk Bay in St. John. The night… Read more »

Bouquets of Hope | Kindness in Full Bloom

Events & I John 4:19 & Weddings.

We are overjoyed to share with you the launch of Bouquets of Hope, a ministry of Catholic Charities of West Tennessee {CCWTN}. Bouquets of Hope takes floral arrangements and flowers donated from weddings and events and repurposes them in new arrangements to give to patients in hospitals, nursing homes and hospice that typically do not receive flowers…. Read more »

Casual Backyard Biergarten Engagement Party Celebrating Haley & Ryan

Events.

On Saturday the WED Memphis Team hosted an engagement party for two of our own, Ryan {Patti’s son & Kathryn’s older brother} and his fiancé, Haley. While we considered different themes for the party, we quickly decided on a “casual backyard biergarten” for several reasons. First of all, Haley and Ryan are two little beer… Read more »

Orange Mound Outreach Ministries “Faces of OMOM” Fundraising Dinner

Events.

The WED Memphis Team was delighted to help Orange Mound Outreach Ministries with their second annual fundraising dinner on Tuesday night at Second Presbyterian Church. The evening’s theme “Faces of OMOM,” celebrated the successes of the first generation of kids who grew up in OMOM and highlighted the second and third generations involved with the organization… Read more »