The bride, Lucy Blaylock, Letter "Q," was given in marriage by the Queen of the Alphabet, Neely Knott, to the groom, Wesley Corley, Letter "U." The traditional ceremony was conducted by the class minister, Sam Smaglick. Elijah Williams, classmate, closed the ceremony with prayer.
Jillian Cox, Delta Dallas, McKenzie Wax, Emma Kate Wright, Isabella Bolanos, and Amaya Trimble, classmates, recited the poem, "How Q and U Came to Be." The entire class provided music for the ceremony.
The bride wore a white, beaded satin and embroidered gown. The chapel train was fashioned with seed pearls. Her veil fell from a tiara of crystals and pearls. Bridesmaids were Kenley Bailey, Amaya Trimble, Kimiya Parks, McKenzie Wax, Jillian Cox, Emma Kate Wright, and Breauna Cribbs, all classmates of the bride. Delta Dallas and Isabella Bolanos, also the bride's classmates, dropped pastel-colored Q's" and "U's" from heart-patterned boxes. They wore princess dresses in spring colors, carried bouquets of rainbow-colored styrofoam flowers, and wore wrist corsages fashioned from pastel-colored tissue paper.
Groomsmen were Malachi Nabors, Elijah Williams, Bryn Camp, Drew Harlow, Blake Brown, C.J. Johnson and Jaurquez Ivy, all classmates of the groom. Peyton Rooker, classmate of the groom, carried a white board for the letter ceremony. They wore pastel tissue paper boutonnieres.
Following a traditional wedding dance, guests were entertained with a reception. The three-tiered wedding cake and the groom's cake were decorated by the class with "Q's" and "U's" dressed in wedding attire. Fruit punch and Alphabet cereal were also served.
The bride and groom are residing in all words beginning with "Qu" like in queen and question.
Special wedding guests included parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Also attending were Leigh Todd, principal, and other children and staff at WAES.