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|Wedding Carraway - Calkins|
Rachal Rebekah Carraway of Vidalia and William Owen Calkins of Natchez were united in marriage Saturday, February 23, 2008, two o'clock in the afternoon at Vidalia Church of Christ. Rev. Don Tate officiated the ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carraway of Vidalia and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calkins of Monterey.
The church was decorated with white columns and ferns.
Music was provided by soloist Aimee Cook and selections included "Surely the Presence," and "When God Made You."
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white satin A-line gown with cap sleeves, a chiffon split front with metallic embroidery and a chapel-length train. Her white two-tiered fingertip veil was embossed with pearls and attached to a rhinestone tiara. For her bouquet, she carried white lilies wrapped with black satin ribbon.
Sarah Armstrong of Vidalia was matron of honor. She wore a black satin A-line dress featuring a halter top with split back and metallic embroidery. She carried a smaller version of the bride's bouquet.
Eden Armstrong of Vidalia was flower girl. She wore a white chiffon dress with satin ribbon and pearls.
Justin Spinks of Monterey attended Mr. Calkins as best man.
Noah Armstrong of Vidalia was ring bearer.
A reception followed in the church fellowship hall. The hall was decorated with black and white balloons. Guest tables were dressed with white tablecloths, black ribbon and black tulle.
The wedding cake was three tiered with buttercream icing and black ribbon.
The groom's cake was chocolate with a fire truck scene.
Assisting at the reception were Emily Ashley and Jackie Ashley of Perrytown, MS, Aimee Cook of Raleigh, MS, Sheila Lillie of Ridgecrest, Carrie Calkins of Jena and Rae Ann Davis of Vidalia.
Following a honeymoon in Vicksburg, the couple has made their home in Natchez.
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