J. R. Absher | October 15, 2007
“Here comes the bride, all dressed in Mossy Oak Break-Up…” We’re not sure, but at least that’s what we think the words to the Wedding March might have sounded like last week when Brook Davis was married to her longtime sweetheart, Jason Michael, in a ceremony taking place in Delray, West Virginia. The two have been inseparable since they were youngsters, so their marriage was really no surprise to their many friends and family members in attendance.
However, Brook’s choice for a wedding gown caught most folks off guard, including her soon-to-be husband. The dress design reflected Brook’s love of hunting and the outdoors, something else that she has in common with Jason.
“I had the gown made out of the new Mossy Oak Break-Up camouflage material,” Brook proudly told the local newspaper, The Hampshire Review.
The ceremony began with a slide show that included “hero shots” of Brook, Michael and their family members posed with numerous hunting trophies from recent years. To the strain’s of the song, “Born Country,” ushers dressed in khaki and Mossy Oak escorted family members to their seats in the church.
Then, when the organist began playing the familiar Wedding March, the camo-clad Brook started down the aisle, stepping confidently in her hunting boots, her face covered by a Mossy Oak veil, which, in reality, was matching Break-Up face netting.
So, was her husband surprised?
“It blew me away,” he said “I don’t know why I didn’t think of it. I was waiting to see her dressed in white.”
In the Picture: From all of us here at Mossy Oak, best of luck Brook and Jason!