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On the afternoon of September 21, 2008, Brandy Nicole Watkins of Liddieville and Nathan Allen Winborne of Winnsboro, were united in marriage at the home of Tina McCurley. Eddie Erwin officiated the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Ken and Susie Cliett of Winnsboro. The groom is the son of Joe and Gina Winborne of Winnsboro.
In the presence of close family and friends, the couple exchanged vows beneath an arch decorated with white tulle and accented with white wisteria.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a simple A-line white dress with a pleated empire waist and spaghetti straps. She carried a bouquet of her own creation with stargazer and calla lilies.
Tiffany Watkins, daughter of the couple, served her mother as maid of honor. Sierra Ragsdale served as matron of honor.
Cody Ragsdale, son of the couple, served as best man. Groomsman was Duane Dotoit of Winnsboro.
Flower girls were Kami and Harlee Winborne, daughters of the couple.
The wedding party exited the sanctuary barefoot to the acoustical version of "So Far Away," by Staind.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple in the home of Tina McCurley. The wedding cake was a three-tiered vanilla confection, adorned with pink edible beads and created by Glen Spence. A porcelain cake-topper decorated the third tier.
Guests gathered to release "Just Married" balloons with the bride and groom's names inside. The couples' children toasted the newlyweds with beautiful speeches they had written themselves.
After a wedding trip to Monroe, the couple will be at home in Liddieville.