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Story Archives: McIntyre-Stepenson wedding
On Saturday, the twenty-fourth of July, Miss Megan McIntyre of Crowville and Mr. Caleb Stephenson of Mangham were married in a double-ring ceremony at Life Church in Winnsboro. Rev. Kevin Bates officiated the four o'clock ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Kim and Brian Ulmer of Crowville. The groom is the son of Sissy and Timmy Stephenson of Rayville.
At the chiming of the hour, the bride entered the sanctuary of the church on the arm of her father in a white strapless gown designed by Alfred Angelo. The classic A-line satin design featured intricate beading and a chapel-length train. She wore a church-length veil edged with lace and carried a bouquet of white and orange lilies hand-wrapped with white satin ribbon.
Mandy Long of Baskin attended the bride as her maid of honor and Rebecca McKay served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Ana Fussell of Crowville, Samantha Newsom of Crowville and Kaitlyn Lowe of Winnsboro. Attendants wore hot pink sundresses with orange accents and carried a classical nosegay of orange, pink, white and yellow daisies.
Madison Lowe of Winnsboro served the wedding party as flower girl. She wore a white sundress with beaded detail and carried a basket of white and pink rose petals.
Robert Harris of Mangham served the groom as best man. Groomsmen were Brandon Stephenson and Jeffery Stephenson, both of Mangham; Coty Fulford of Waverly and Cameron Ulmer of Crowville. Shon Wisenor and Corey Hawthorne, both of Mangham, served as ushers for the ceremony.
A reception for the couple followed at Life Church. The bride's cake was a white four-tiered creation accented with orange ribbon encircling each layer and lime green scroll work. The groom's table was decorated with camouflage and featured a chocolate cake depicting an outdoor theme and a fleur de lis.
The couple have made their home in Alto.