Congraduations!!!! Very happy for you both!
Congratulations to you both! It is always awesome to see how Father God will bring two people together in Covenant. I can't wait! Alicia your pictures are always beautiful and I already know that you are going to be even more beautiful! Jerome I know that you will be holding it down! Enjoy each other forever!
I love you li li. muahhhhhhhh
Love the pics and website.
I love you Li Li. On number 2 about who's getting g the better bargain he def is but I put you because it is beyond HARD to find a good man. I'm so happy for you. Muahhhhhh and I love you girly
Congratulations again to one of my best friends. I love this website it is so you Alicia! I can not wait to celebrate your love for one another on Feb 17/17.
Congratulations a million times to you both.. Loved the website. You both are great couple wish you both all the heapiness, love and blessings in the world..
Enjoy your Blessings..
I absolutely adore this love story and I wish Jerome and Alicia many years of happiness... Congrats!!!
Congratulations to you all! I am so happy for y'all and I loved the site and pictures!
I loved the whole website. And I love you guys congratulations!!!!
I think you guys are beautiful people individually and now even more so together. I've known Jerome for many years and to see he and Alicia together it seems as though she had always been there. I not only look forward to your official union, but also for the limitless days of you guys doing the Will of God together in love and unity. It's a beautiful thing to see your journey and it shows the Word works when you do it right. Kisses to you both.....let's party!!!!! Whoo.hooo
Congrats Honey, wishing you two many years to come!
Love you guys. Congratulations again!! I enjoyed your site thanks for sharing with us!!!
Congrats!! Awesome couple & I wishing you both all the best.
Congratulations on your new journey and wish you nothing but the best, happyness, love, joy, and so on. Beautiful pictures, and lovely families.
Congratulations to the both of you! I enjoyed this site! The photos were too cute!
Congratulations to you both. May god bless this Union, and be with you two always. I'm so happy for you both.
Love yall wish yall the best. Great to see you happy bro, you deserve it.
Congratulations!! Have a wonderful life together with GOD as your center.
I am so excited for the both of you, congradulations!
I remember when I first met you. It was at one of your former jobs. You helped me pick out a prom dress :-), and I loved it! Your were so patient, kind and kept my dad and I laughimg. Thank you so much for that.
Congratulations to the two of you. I love your registry site and the pictures are great. I have been knowing Jerome for 14 years and he is the same now as he was then. He has grown and matured into a great young man. He is one of my favorite brothers. Alicia I met you a few years ago and you were as sweet of a person than as you are now. I know that you two will do well.
Love the site! I'm so excited for you two! February will be here before you know it so continue to enjoy the ride :-)
Congratulations again. I enjoyed reading your love story. I wish you continued joy, happiness, patience,love, and understanding within your marriage. Keep GOD as the center and the lead for directing your path.
Love you guys,
Congratulations to you both! I remember in kickboxing when I first met you, everyone was talking about when will the day you'll get engaged and now it has happened! I wish you nothing but the best. I know you'll be a beautiful bride. May God bless you both.
Congratulations to both... May you continue to be blessed
Just Type in mom or dad's name for any registry Jerome or Alicia Talley
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#1 Motown Museum
Located on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit, the Motown Museum was established in 1985 by Esther Gordy Edwards, sister of Motown Record’s founder Berry Gordy. The nickname of Motown’s original headquarters is “Hitsville U.S.A.” Today, it is the home of the Motown Museum. Guests can visit the famous “Studio A” where many beloved Motown hits were recorded before the headquarters moved to Los Angeles in 1972.
The museum houses an impressive number of Motown artifacts, memorabilia, and photos – there is even a Motown Museum store. Guided tours are available and highly recommended as they are led by experienced museum docents. The Motown Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday.
2648 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI, Phone: 313-875-2264
#2 Daylight Christian Center Church
Located in Detroit Daylight Christian Center Church is within minutes from the city of Southfiled, MI. Daylight Church is Jerome and Alicia's Church Home. Daylight is a welcoming and loving Church where the Word of God is Taught where one can relate and take hold to God's promises and Covenant Blessings. You will be Taugt the Word of God here, You will be inspired to fulfil your dreams, learn how operate in the Kingdom of God and will gain a greater understanding on how to live by Faith and please God in your life to produce Godly positive results in Faith, Family, Finances, Body and Soul. Join us for one of our services Sunday 8:30AM and 11:00AM
Senior Pastor Dr. Jerome Talley
Co Pastor Dr. Theresa Talley
15831 W. 7 Mile Rd Detroit, MI 48235 313-270-4412
#3 Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is located in the Cultural Center of the U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan. Founded in 1965, it holds the world's largest permanent exhibit on African American culture. In 1997, Detroit architects Sims-Varner & Associates (now SDG Associates) designed a new 120,000 square foot (11,000 m²) facility on Warren Avenue The Wright Museum has dual missions, serving as both a museum of artifacts and a place of cultural retention and growth.
The Museum owns more than 30,000 artifacts and archival materials. Some of the major collections it is home to include the Blanche Coggin Underground Railroad Collection, the Harriet Tubman Museum Collection, a Coleman A. Young Collection and a collection of documents about the labor movement in Detroit called the Sheffield Collection. Also in the museum is an interactive exhibit called And Still We Rise: Our Journey through African American History and Culture, seven exhibition areas devoted to African Americans and their lives, the Louise Lovett Wright Research Library, and the General Motors Theater, which is a 317-seat facility for film, live performances, lectures, and presentations. A terrazzo tile creation by artist Hubert Massey entitled Genealogy is in the Ford Freedom Rotunda Floor and the museum is topped by a 100 feet (30 m) by 55 feet (17 m) glass dome. The museum store sells authentic African art and books, as well as other merchandise.
#4 Detroit Institute of Arts
Located on Woodward Avenue in Midtown Detroit, the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) houses one of the largest art collections in the United States and one of the top attractions in Detroit. Established in 1885, it contains over 100 absolutely riveting galleries and covers 658,000 square feet. Van Gogh’s celebrated Self Portrait is one of the most well known paintings in the collection.
The Detroit Institute of Arts offers several kinds of tours including daily guided tours and audio/multimedia tours like the Director’s Choice and Youth Audio Tours. There are also family-oriented performances such as live music and puppet shows, storytelling, and art workshops. The Detroit Institute of Arts is open every day except Monday.
5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, Phone: 313-833-7900
#5 Show Me Detroit Tours
Whether you are visiting Detroit for the first time, a new resident who has just moved to the city, or an event planner, it’s always nice having an insider who knows all the nooks and crannies of the town to take you around. Show Me Detroit Tours are designed to cater to small groups with a maximum number of six people.
Participants spend two thrilling hours going from one attraction to another in a comfortable luxury van, and everyone is encouraged to ask questions and comment on what they see and visit. Some of the attractions on the Tour’s list include the downtown area, Campus Martius Park, Stadium & Entertainment District, Greektown, Midtown/Cultural Center, Eastern Market, RiverWalk/Rivertown, Heidelberg Project, Belle Isle, and more.
#6 Michigan Science Center
Located at the site of the former Detroit Science Center between the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Michigan Science Center (MiSci) is an innovative hands-on museum designed to present science in a fun and creative way, inspiring curious minds and allowing them to learn.
A non-profit organization, the museum has an IMAX theater, a planetarium, interactive exhibits, a designated area for kids, and more. If you are looking for fun things to do in Detroit with kids, this is a popular family friendly attraction.
5020 John R Street, Detroit, Michigan, Phone: 313-577-8400
#7 Henry Ford Museum
(also known as the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, and more formally as the Edison Institute) is a large indoor and outdoor history museum complex and a National Historic Landmark in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn, Michigan, USA. The museum collection contains the presidential limousine of John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln's chair from Ford's Theatre, Thomas Edison's laboratory, the Wright Brothers' bicycle shop, the Rosa Parks bus, and many more historical exhibits. The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village is the largest indoor-outdoor museum complex in the United States and is visited by 1.6 million people each year.
#8 The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Tour
The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Tour takes visitors to the only “Brass Era” auto assembly plant in Detroit that is open to the public. A National Historic Landmark, the Ford Piquette Road plant was built in 1904, and it was the first factory owned by the Ford Motor Company and specifically built to manufacture the Ford. It was in that building that Mr. Ford designed his Model T and forever guaranteed himself a spot in the pages of the history.
Visitors can touch the beautiful brick walls and walk the original wood floors of the factory, which have become slightly worn since the days when workers manufactured and assembled various Ford models. You can even sit in one of the shiny old Ford beauties and take yourself back to the times of the automobile revolution. Even Mr. Ford’s office has been painstakingly preserved and is open to the public. If you are wondering what to do in Detroit on a rainy day, this is a great place to visit.
461 Piquette Street, Detroit, Michigan, Phone: 313-872-8759
#9 Campus Martius Park
Latin for “The Field of Mars,” Campus Martius Park is a two square block area that serves as the commercial heart of Detroit. After a fire in 1905, Judge Augustus Woodward chose this area to be the focal point of the efforts taken to rebuild the city. Today, this lively park is home to a seasonal ice skating rink, several public spaces that can be put to various uses, thought-provoking sculptures, and two performance stages.
Several multiple purpose spaces encompass these park features, including Compuware, One Kennedy Square Buildings, Quicken Loan Headquarters, and the Penobscot Building, a city landmark and an impressive example of historic architecture. A trip to the park will surely lead to other adventures as all of Detroit’s major avenues radiate out from Campus Martius Park.
800 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI, Phone: 313-962-0101
#10 Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit is located in the city’s cultural center, along with the College for Creative Studies, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and Wayne State University. It is a non-collecting museum housed in a 22,000 square foot building. The building formerly served as an auto dealership, and architect Andrew Zago worked hard to preserve its historic atmosphere.
The museum constantly strives to increase appreciation for exhibits of contemporary art, which is evidenced in the many works they showcase. It also promotes education through its numerous cultural programs that include concerts, discussions, films, lectures, readings, and workshops. The museum is closed on Monday and Tuesday.
4454 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, Phone: 313-832-6622
#11 Comerica Park Tours
Comerica Park is the home of the Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball Team. It is an open-air ballpark located on Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit. Comerica Park Tours are offered from June to September and last about 90 minutes.
Visitors get a fascinating behind-the-scene look at some of the popular attractions within the park and are welcome to take photos along the way. Comerica Park Tours offers public tours on both game days and non-game days, and private tours are an option for groups of 15 or more on non-game days.
2100 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, Phone: 313-962-4000
#12 Detroit Zoo
The Detroit Zoo is located on West 10 Mile Road in Royal Oak, about two miles north of Detroit. Covering 125 acres, the Detroit Zoo is one of the largest and most popular family attractions in Michigan. The Detroit Zoo was the first in the United States to showcase barless exhibits, and it is home to over 3,300 animals, representing about 300 species.
Its exhibits include a beautiful butterfly garden, the Australian Outback, Amphibiville, the Arctic Ring of Life, wetlands, a wolf habitat, Dinosauria, and many more. Kids can have fun riding the colorful train and the carousel which is open during the warmer season.
February-10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
8450 West 10 Mile Road, Royal Oak, MI 48067, 248-541-5717
This 4-star hotel is Located in Southfield and is a 6 minute/4.3 Mile Drive to our Wedding Venue. The Westin Southfield Detroit is in the business district and close to Lawrence Technological University and International Auto Components Headquarters. This hotel is within the vicinity of Redford Theatre and Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Southfield is the only all-suite hotel in the center of it all. This Hotel is a 3 minute/1.1 Mile Drive to our Wedding Venue. Featuring two-room suites with separate living and sitting areas, our accommodations ensure a relaxing stay with exemplary service. Breakfast Area, Complimentary breakfast. Unwind and watch your favorite show on the flat-screen television, and enjoy the convenience of an in-suite refrigerator and microwave for those late-night snack cravings.
Enjoy the comforts of home at our Baymont Inn & Suites Southfield/Detroit hotel, This hotel is a 3 minute/1.5 Mile Drive to our Wedding Venue. Located just off I-696. Work out in our fitness center and fuel up with a free continental breakfast. Stay connected with free WiFi. Go for a swim in our indoor pool and spa, and use our business center, and meeting and conference space. Laundry facilities and accessible rooms are available.
This Non-Smoking Red Roof Inn is a pet friendly, family friendly discount hotel motel with Free WiFi. Ths Hotel is a 3 minute/0.8 Mile Drive to our Wedding Venue. This hotel is close to Federal-Mogul Corporation, Strath Hospital for Special Surgery, Lear Corporation, Botsford Hospital, and Lawrence Technological University. Also near Detriot and the Galleria Office Park, Twelve Oaks Mall, The Palace and Ford Field. This Red Roof Inn hotel is also close to I-696, Northwestern Highway and the International Automotive Components Headquarters.
Hello Everyone Welcome to our Wedding Gift Registry! God has blessed us with great Parents-Pastors who has blessed us with so much for our New life together! We Thank you for Honoring us and celebrating with us as we prepare for our new life together!
Hilary and Alicia met at the Henry Ford museum and have been friends for almost 10 years now! They have seen each other through many of lifes journeys but the best one yet has been witnessing each other fall in love with Jesus, then finding real love.
Alicia claimed Kari as her beloved Canadian bacon shortly after she and her family made the move to MI almost 3 years ago. Since that day they become fast friends who enjoy going out to eat, playing in each others hair and setting life goals.
Cherelle and Alicia met at Macy's. Lisa thought Alicia had entirely too much spunk and energy to be real, but later found out she is all smiles 95% of the time! Lisa first offered her son as the ring bearer and then later on was enthused to meet the need of her final addition to her stellar bridal party.
Chloe is Alicia's high school friend who gladly stood in the roll as bridesmaid. Chole is very gracious and supportive and can't wait to Tallley it up!
Brand new to the Creer clan, this fiesty 1 year old of Alicia's eldest brother William and long time sister-in-law (which Alicia had the honor of standing up in their nuptuals) is looking to party it up at the #talleythatup2017 celebration. Let's pray the flowers make it out of the basket!
Liam had one job this year and it was to learn to walk before Alicia's wedding (she asked him before she was even engaged, see how her faith and foresight is set up) and he mastered it in less than 10 months! However boys will be boys and he will be about a 1 and a half years old so lets pray he makes it down the isle without any distractions.
Jerome's Brother and best Man
Thanks to our Parents Drs. Jerome & Theresa Talley, Dr. Scott will be officiating our Wedding Covenant. We so are Thankful for God's Love and His Favor!
My parents are so supportive and loving! They are great leaders and Pastors in the body of Christ. They taught me so much about life and I'm so thankful for how I was raised and thank my parents for everything they've done (and continue to do) for me and Alicia. I love you both so much!
My brother Jason is two years older than me, He is very talented and creative. He and i both are musicians at our Parents Church Daylight Christian Center
I love my family very dearly, we are spread out but I look forward to seeing us all together on Jerome and my big day!
Jerome: Ok here is the big story
Here is how we met, I dont remember the 1st time I saw her, but I remember she started in November 2012. We both worked at; in my opinion unfavorable office..... My 1st opinion of Alicia was she talked too much so early in the morning, it was annoying. I probably needed and attitude adjustment (whatever) Within 3-4 months I was able to tune her out, but one day we had a business breakfast at Leo's Coney Island which coincidently was the day I quit. A week later she texted me asking where I went. I explained I had a more promising opportunity and we left it at that, keeping in contact for networking purposes,
Now because this is my story I'll have you know she called me all the time after that. Obviously attracted to me!
She was leaving out of town for over a month so I decided to treat her to a movie, but not as a date. I picked her up not knowing she basically lived out of state from where I lived, but she came out of her apartment in these clothes.
What kind of clothes? These tight clothes. Leggings and heels... might have been combat boots, but I know they weren't work clothes, I was kind of impressed because she looked a lot different out of her suits she wore to work.
So we went to the movies and I tried to test her to see how she was. I asked her could I put my head on her seat... or something like that.
Alicia: No I'm good.
I said good because I didnt want to anyway!
When she went out of town we ended up getting to know each other through the distance and months later she brought up the idea of us getting into a relationship. It wasnt time yet for me and then I asked her eventually and then she declined, but we finally got it together especially when my mom met Alicia. Mom loved her and after that she went to important family functions, coming around on a normal basis and getting to know the real me and in turn I got to know her.
I am the 2nd Son and the baby of two Talley Children. I grew up in Detroit, Michigan. i am a Christian and was raised in a Word taught Church, Daylight Christian Center Church which i have been employed for since my teenage years of whom my parents are the pastors of. As a kid, I was really into Music, Playing Drums, Gospel Rap and basketball. As an adult now i Still really enjoy good music and Working out in the gym daily. I attended Christian School and Home school from kindergarten to 12th grade and graduated with honors from Light House Christian Academy. After High School I Went to Oakland County College and graduated with a Degree in Business in June 2012 Thanks to my Parents Drs. Jerome & Theresa Talley. Shortly after College I Started a Job working in Business Marketing and that's where Alicia and I met. Alicia is an amazing and smart woman of whom i Love dearly and I can't wait for our wedding day! After we're married, we plan to stay in MIchigan and start our Family and do great things in The Lord in every area of our lives.
Alicia is the 1st girl and 3rd child out of the 7 Creer kids. She has been working since she was 14 years old, and is currently employeed full time in finances while pursuing her business degree. Alicia enjoys cooking, pushing her physical fitness to the max and modeling when a great opportunity knocks!
She enjoys connecting with others especially when it comes to helping lead some to Christ and is currently an executive assitant at Daylight Church.
Alicia loves Jerome very dearly, over joyed that finally call him husband in just a few short months and can not wait to assist him bring his visions to pass!
Jerome's Parents Blessed Jerome & Alicia with a house full of furniture for every room in their Place, Living room set, dinning room set, Bedroom set, artwork , Decor, bath room and everthing for their kitchen.
Getting ready for that big day! My father, bro & Me at the Tux shop getting fitted. The rest of my Groomsmen got fitted last week so that why you don't see them,
It's the guys turn to get outfited for the big day.
Will the follow the mode of wedding day apparel or break tradion and suprise us all with their signature style.
YOU HAVE GOT TO SEE THESE SHOTS! Don't forget to check out the gallery for more.
On a random trip to David's Bridal Alicia and her friend Nikki tried on only 2 dresses and that last dress was the one! With careful consideration and insight from both her moms Alicia was able to make the clear decision that THE DRESS was made for her!
Can you guess what she will wear?!
P.S. Only 1 more bridesmaid dress left to purchase
Our New Hashtag for Social Media! Don't forget to use our hashtag #TalleyThatUp2017 on all social media!
Alicia Creer and Jerome Talley Jr launch their personal wedding site www.jeromeandalicia.com
Welcome to our wedding website! We created this space as a special way for friends and family to participate and celebrate with us - anytime, from anywhere. We hope you enjoy browsing these pages for photos and stories about us and our future plans. And while you are here, please sign our guestbook!