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On the evening of May 31, 2008, Darby Gene Menzel of Winnsboro and James Robert Polk of Winnsboro exchanged wedding vows during a six o'clock ceremony at Life Church. The Rev. Kevin Bates officiated the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Jeff and Darla Arceneaux of Winnsboro. The groom is the son of James Dewey Polk of Winnsboro and Barbara Shacklett of Little Rock, Ark.
The church sanctuary was decorated with arrangements of fresh pink and white roses. Special music for the ceremony included "Magic," "Once in a Blue Moon," and several selections the couple chose for each other.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white strapless gown accented with a diamond broach. Her headdress was one layer of sheer illusion, handmade and given to the bride as a gift from Diane McNease.
Kate Breedlove of Monroe served the bride as her maid of honor. She was also the hair stylist and make-up artist for the wedding party.
Misty Welch of Winnsboro served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ashley Tillery of Monroe, Misty Welch of Winnsboro and Stephanie Foy of Winnsboro. Laylee Emfinger of Winnsboro served as flower girl.
Devin Polk, son of the bride and groom, served his dad as best man. Groomsmen were Stephen Smith, Logan Bennett and Josh Wiggins, all of Winnsboro. Ushers were Chance Smith and Aaron Punchard of Winnsboro. Dalton Arceneaux of Winnsboro served as the ringbearer.
Following the ceremony, a reception for the couple was held at Life Church.
After a wedding trip to Key West, Fla., the couple will be at home in Fort Necessity.
She is a graduate of Winnsboro High School and is currently employed by Jesse's Steak and Seafood. He is a graduate of Winnsboro High School and is currently employed with Weldin Pipeline, Co.