The Jazzy Johnz team extends a huge, heartfelt congratulations to Tracie Green and Cameron George, now the Georges. Tracie and Cameron picked a gorgeous venue, boasting historical charm and romantic ambiance.
Beauvoir was the seaside retirement estate of Jefferson Davis, the one and only president of the Confederate States of America. Beauvoir was also the site of the Mississippi Confederate Soldiers Home from 1903 to 1957. The restored antebellum home dominates the 51-acre property that includes outbuildings, the Confederate Museum, a historic cemetery, the Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier, a nature trail, as well as a gift shop. The Jefferson Davis Presidential Library contains a biographical exhibit on Jefferson Davis in addition to the research library's collection on nineteenth-century Southern history.
The ancient oak trees with its hanging moss and southern architecture makes this a top venue choice for brides along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Tracie's mom, Sheila Green, was kind enough to forward me some BEAUTIFUL photos of her daughter and son-in-law. And, I must say, her wedding party motivates me to find more friends. Lol! These photos are quite incredible and for good reason! I don't believe I have ever seen a wedding party to this scale. Have you!? It's truly wonderful for a newly-wedded couple to have such a strong support team, close friends and loved ones who want nothing more than to be a part of such a special day.
Thank you so much to Tracie, Cameron, as well as Tracie's mother, Ms. Sheila Green, for choosing Jazzy Johnz to help ensure the comfort of you and all your wedding guests. We wish you much happiness and success in all of your future endeavors.