May 25, 2024




from 5:45–6:45 PM


6:45-9:15 PM

The Venue

The Woodruff-Fountaine House Museum

Built in 1871, along “Millionaires Row,” this French Victorian mansion was home to two prominent Memphis families. Amos Woodruff, a successful carriage maker, built the house for his family. Noland Fontaine, an established businessman, purchased the house from the Woodruffs in 1883, where they lived until 1929. The house was sold to Rosa Lee to expand her art school which moved to Overton Park in 1959, and established themselves as the Memphis College of Art. The house was vacant until 1961, when the Association for the Preservation of Tennessee Antiquities restored the mansion and it opened its doors as a historic house museum.

Our Registry

Between the two of us, we already have more than enough. We've selected a handful of things that would be nice to have, as well as a Honeymoon Fund to help us get to France!

Where to Stay

The Peabody

The Peabody is a Memphis institution. Located downtown on Union Ave., this luxury hotel is famous for the Peabody Ducks who live on the rooftop and march through the lobby every day. Enjoy the nearby shops and restaurants, and be sure to walk over to world famous Beale Street!

Located at 149 Union Avenue, Memphis TN 38103. Rooms start at @ $239/night.


The Central Station in Memphis' South Main Arts District is our go-to hotel when visiting the Bluff City. A former train station, Central Station is in walking distance from great restaurants, bars, art galleries, and attractions like the National Civil Rights Museum. Be sure to check out the Eight & Sand Lounge in the hotel lobby and Bishop restaurant,

Located at 545 S. Main Street, Memphis TN 38103. Rooms start at @ $269/night.

Hotel Napoleon

Located at 179 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN, 38103. Rooms start at @ $175/night.

The Westin on Beale

Located at 170 Lt. George W. Lee Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103. Rooms start at @ $175/night.