BALTIMORE - Although Lori Ramirez no longer lives in Baltimore, her heart still belongs to the Ravens, even on her wedding day.
Baltimore native Lori Ramirez is marrying Michael Tarud on Saturday and has changed her reception plans so that friends and family can celebrate the marriage, and the Ravens.
Their reception hall will now have a Ravens theme and atmosphere.
Guests can drink "rise and conquer" cocktails in "Ravens Walk," the bar and lounge area, and relax on purple couches. Ramirez is also setting up a special section with all her Ravens memorabilia.
Although Ramirez will be wearing white, she said that she will have her Ravens jersey on the back of her chair. She could even end up wearing it, she said.
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