One of the most famous love stories ever to hit the silver screen – Gone With The Wind – premièred on 15 December 1939 at Loew’s Grand Theatre in Atlanta Georgia. The epic Civil War tale of Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler comes in just short of four hours so we do feel entitled to use the word epic. The première came at the end of a three day celebration featuring parades and parties which was by far the largest spectacle in Atlanta’s history. At the Oscars the following year GWTW received 10 Academy Awards- a mark that would stand for 20 years. For our homage, we have a silver brocade paper for the movie that dominated the silver screen topped with emerald green ribbons, a reference to the beautiful green crinoline dress Scarlett wore to the summer BBQ, all set against a Scarlett and Rhett backdrop. We were a bit worried about which of Scarlett’s many outfits to reference but we will think about that tomorrow for tomorrow is another day.