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Archives 12-18-2002

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Babies

 

 

 

 

Marriage Licenses

Richard Logan Carpenter, Livingston, and Charity Renee Thrower, Parker City, IN.

Robert Taylor Hawkins, Cookeville, and Linda Faye Halsell, Rickman.

 

 

 

 

Weddings

Miss Beck and Mr. Robbins joined in marriage September 14

Miss Ginger Ann Beck of Murfreesboro, given in marriage by her father, became the bride of Mr. James H. Robbins Jr. of Livingston on September 14, 2002, at Collegeside Church of Christ in Cookeville. Chris Coil officiated the double ring evening ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beck of Murfreesboro.

She received a bachelor of science degree in Human Ecology from Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville. She is employed at Village Boutique in Cookeville as a bridal consultant.

The groom is the son of Dr. Diane Sadler of Livingston and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Robbins Sr. of Monroe. He is the grandson of Ottie Robbins of Monroe and the late Loyd D. Robbins and John and Mary Sadler.

He received a bachelor of science degree in Psychology and a master's degree in Business Administration from Tennessee Tech University. He is employed at Electronic Express in Cookeville.

The church was decorated with arrangements of Asiatic lilies, stargazer lilies, creamstock, seeded eucalyptus, larkspur, and alstromeria. A table of pillar candles and ivy was placed between the arrangements. Pews were decorated with ivy and ivory ribbon.

Musical selections for the ceremony included "Love Song", "Longer", "Could Not Ask For More", "Have I Told You Lately", "Follow Me", "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring", "Bridal Chorus", and "Wedding March", all performed by David Chambers, pianist, and Gail Ramsey, vocalist. Other songs included "The Lover's Waltz" and "Ashokan Farewell", which were performed by Gale Sadler Little, pianist, and Don Sadler, violinist, the groom's aunt and uncle.

Greeting guests and handing out wedding programs were Andrea Duke and Mary Leah Webb.

The bride wore a custom-designed gown of white matte satin. The princess-cut design featured a front panel that wrapped across the bodice to the waistline, creating a petite v-neckline on the strapless bodice.

Delicately designed beading of white and ice blue formed a vine design, edging the neckline and front panel. The beadwork also accented the corset back and chapel-length train.

The bride's headpiece was a tiara of silver scrollwork, accented with swarovski crystals. Her veil was a diamond illusion, featuring a two-layer, fingertip design accented with pencil edging.

She carried a bouquet made of autumn red hydrangeas, ven della roses, mango miniature dutch calla lillies, Hypericum berries, and cream spray roses. Her bouquet was adorned with hand-knotted cream double faced satin.

Her accessories consisted of a double-stacked, round swarovski crystal earrings with a matching crystal bracelet.

Serving as matron of honor was the bride's sister, Paula Williams, of Murfreesboro. The maid of honor was the bride's sorority sister, Beth Lyell, of Nashville.

Bridesmaids were Macayla Cockran, Breanna Phillips, and Laura Rogers, all of Cookeville, and the groom's sister, Toni Robbins, of Nashville. The bride's niece, Ellen Williams, of Murfreesboro, served as a junior bridesmaid.

The attendants wore identical two-piece dresses of matte satin in a deep plum color. The bodice of the dresses featured scalloped embroidered edging accented with swarovski crystals.

All carried bouquets in a smaller version of the bride's, with additional green hydrangeas.

Flower girl for the ceremony was the bride's niece, Mary Grace Williams, of Murfreesboro, daughter of Gary and Paula Williams. She carried a basket of cream rose petals.

Serving as best man was the groom's father. Groomsmen were Brandon Robbins, David Sadler, Jeff Roberts, Barry Webb, Jason Wyatt, Mark Gore, David Burnett, Jacob Carwile, Chris Farmer, Brad Harville, Brian Hardin, Phillip Lee, Tommy Lee, Greg McDonald, and Johnny Poston.

Ringbearer for the ceremony was the groom's cousin, John Logan Sadler, of Brentwood, son of Teresa Sadler and the late Jerry Sadler.

The bride's mother wore a three-piece, floor-length ensemble of lavender satin and crepe. The bodice featured scattered beadwork with the matching jacket heavily beaded around a scalloped hem. She wore matching accessories.

The groom's mother wore a two-piece, floor-length navy satin dress. The dress' bolero and bodice were overlayed heavy silver lacework. An antique rhinestone necklace completed the ensemble. She also wore matching accessories.

A reception followed the ceremony at the church.

In charge of the guest register were Rebecca Sadler and Rachael Smalling, cousins of the groom. The table was decorated with a white linen tablecloth and a smaller version of the altar floral arrangements.

The bride's table was decorated with a seven-tier wedding cake, featuring ivory rolled buttercream icing. The cake was adorned with scrollwork and tiny ivory roses separating every two layers of the cake. The top of the cake was decorated with a small bouquet of ivory roses.

The groom's cake was an octagon shaped cake with double fudge icing. Sugared fruit and lemon leaves accented the top layer of the cake.

Servers were Veronica Greene, Lauri Loroco, Brandise Layne, Beckett Lovell, Rachel McCall, Laura Pugh, Laura Reed, and Kathryn Smith, the bride's sorority sisters.

After honeymooning in Aruba, the couple reside on Westpoint Drive in Cookeville.

 

 

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