Everyone is buzzing about the royal wedding; yes, Prince Charles and Lady Diana, but let us not forget the "other royal wedding" taking place - the marriage of Prince Chip, Duke of Keebler to his sudden flame, Professional Cheerleader, Deanna Ewing, of the West Spoon Ewings. Prince Chip is 43rd in line to the royal throne; however a full-fledged royal affair will occur to celebrate the union.
Celebrity attendees including soul singer Tina Twister, pop songstresses Ladonna and Cindi Looper, TV news reporter Babra Waters, country super star Dily Pardon, Comedian Rodney Minefield, famous archaeologist Illinois Smith, French detective Pierre Cloules and many others. Everyone wants to be seen and get especially close to the Famous Amos Diamond, a rare chocolate colored diamond necklace, which is the family heirloom of the House of Keebler. Unfortunately, the Keebler family has been forced to sell the necklace to movie star, Elizabeth Tyler who has graciously allowed Deena the opportunity to wear the necklace for the wedding before Tyler takes possession.
Heavy appetizers, deserts, drinks, 1980's music, dancing, photo opportunities, and fun will be had. THEME COSTUMES ENCOURAGED
Proceeds benefiting Phoenix Rising, a local nonprofit serving kids impacted by domestic sex trafficking and exploitation. Funds will be used for our survivor mentoring program, visits with youth in placement, and the creation/distribution of materials.
In lieu of gifts, the happy couple requests donations be made directly to their favorite organization, Phoenix Rising, a local nonprofit serving kids impacted by domestic sex trafficking and exploitation. Funds will be used for our survivor mentoring program, visits with youth in placement, and the creation/distribution of materials.
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