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|Wedding Knapp - Gallup|
Rikki Leigh Knapp of Vidalia and Perry Michael Gallup of Houma were united in marriage Saturday, June 7, 2008, seven o'clock in the evening on the grounds of Stanton Hall in Natchez. Rev. Dan Glenn officiated.
Parents of the couple are Ricky and Una Knapp of Vidalia, Joey and Diane Kerrigan of Natchez, and Perry and Rhonda Gallup of Memphis, TN.
An outdoor garden was created with gracious urns of hydrangeas and ferns along the brick aisle and the ceremony site. White lights and wedding torches illuminated the courtyard. Fresh rose petals were strewn along the bridal path.
Music was provided by pianist Sylvia Johns Ritchie, soloist Alyssa Doner, violinist David Troutman and trumpeteer Sarah Jordan. Selections included, "You Cannot Lose My Love."
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory satin sleeveless mermaid gown with netted overlay. The gown featured a sweetheart neckline with a pleated midriff accented with beaded embroidery and satin buttons down the back. Her fingertip veil of ivory tulle was trimmed in iridescent beads. She wore her great-grandmother's pearl hairpins in her upswept hair. For her bouquet, she carried white roses and pink peonies. Her great-grandmother's cameo adorned the satin ribbon around her bouquet.
Chelsey Knapp of Baton Rouge attended the bride as maid of honor and Jamie Hancock of Ruston was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Valerie Metrejean of Lafayette, Maureen O'Neal of Keithville, Alyssa Doner of Jackson, MS, and Brooke Kerrigan of Natchez.
Each attendant wore a unique style of tea-length satin faced taffeta gown in tulip and spice. They carried matching bouquets of pink and chocolate roses and green hydrangeas.
Belle Beard of Winnsboro and Cayley Weatherly of Vidalia were flower girls.
Trey Caldwell of Natchez served as best man. Groomsmen were Aaron Kelly of Baton Rouge, Cody Roberts of Houston, TX, Steven Knapp of Tyler, TX, and Lyle Pratt of Ruston.
Tristan Weatherly of Vidalia was ring bearer and Shayne Knapp of Vidalia was usher.
A reception followed at the Carriage House restaurant. The wedding cake was four tiers of ivory adorned with fresh roses. The grooms cake was two layers of chocolate topped with a replica "merge" sign.
Fresh flowers in silver vases and tealights adorned each table.
Hostesses were Cheryl Probst, Cindy Smith, Sheila Lanius and Miranda Long.
After a wedding trip to Playa del Carmen, Mexico, the couple will make their home in Houma. The bride is employed by Terrebonne Parish Schools and the groom by Submar, Inc.
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