Virginia and Hunter Evans wanted to celebrate their first child with a memorable event. Virginia says, “I wanted to show her that she is loved unconditionally and irrevocably. She has blessed us in more ways that we will ever be able to tell her in words, and we wanted to portray these feelings to her with the most important people to us in the same space.”
LeFlure East Foundation’s sunroom and courtyard provided a beautiful venue, and sunlight flooded the party with a rosy glow. A white cake adorned with pastel roses served as the centerpiece of the party, as guests enjoyed sweet treats and discovered the birthday girl’s new tee pee.
It was a memorable affair for Milla and her family. Virginia smiles and reflects, “The smile that you see on my husband’s face is constant. He is such an amazing husband, and I wouldn’t want to be on this journey of marriage and motherhood with any other man. That smile on Milla’s face is one that the entire world has seen. It’s her signature look. That scrunched nose and smile. It is one of the many reasons I adore her. And the smile on my face is because of the happiness that these two human beings make me feel daily.”