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Williams, Jackson wed July 17, 2010

Mr. Dustin Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Williams and Ms. Julie Jackson, daughter of Mrs. John Jackson were wed July 17, 2010 at 4 p.m. in a double ring ceremony at the Richmond United Methodist Church. Rev. Don Smith officiated the ceremony.
The wedding had a color theme of turquoise and royal blue with accents of silver and yellow. The music consisted of traditional selections performed by a brass quartet, The Lord’s Prayer was sung by Tof McWilliams, a trumpet ensemble performed two original compositions written by Casey Dickey, the keyboardist was Patricia Pierce.
The bride’s brother Jay Jackson gave her away. She wore a custom trumpet style satin halter, floor length gown with buttons fashioned down the full length of the back and train. Her veil was a birdcage style with satin embellishments. She carried a bouquet of yellow lilies.
The Matron of Honor was Erin Goris, friend of the bride. The bridesmaids were Susanne Krovel, friend of the bride; Rachel Fockler, cousin of the bride; and Maggie Blair, friend of the bride. Each of the ladies wore a royal blue, strapless tea length satin dress and carried yellow lilies. The bride was assisted by Jill Pence.
Candlelighters were Catherine and Jackson Pence, friends of the bride. Micaela Frankum, cousin of the bride, was the flowergirl. She wore a turquoise sundress and a halo of white daisies. The ringbearer was Jack Angelette, cousin of the bride. Michael McCalley, friend of the bride, did a scripture reading, and the groom’s sister Kristen Williams read a poem.
The Bestman was Casey Dickey, friend of the groom. The groomsmen were Paul Rotert, Kevin Hansen, and Adam Yanick, all friends of the groom.
The reception took place at The Carriage House in Lexington. There was an hors d’oeuvres buffet followed by dancing.
The bride and groom traveled to New York City, N.Y. and Kennebunkport, Maine. The couple currently resides in Tallahassee, Fla.

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