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|Wedding Campbell - Wilson|
Meghan Ann Campbell of Monterey and Noah Cross Wilson of Ferriday were united in marriage Saturday, June 20, 2009, six o'clock in the evening at Sevier Methodist Memorial Church in Ferriday. Clyde Ray Webber performed the ceremony.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Kim Campbell of Monterey. The groom is the son of Ms. Lydia Wilson of Ferriday and the late Mr. Butch Wilson.
Music for the ceremony was provided by vocalist Gabrielle Richardson and pianist Sylvia Ritchie. Selections included "There is Love."
Candlelighters were Caden Poole and Drake Smith of Monterey. Ushers were Kenneth Clayton of LaPlace, Justin Geoggle of Jonesville and Trey Mason of Ferriday.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Kim Campbell. She wore a diamond white empire waist gown by Allure Bridal with detailed beading on the bodice, hemline and train. The strapless taffeta gown featured a tulle overlay. The fingertip veil designed by Kristina Eaton was edged with an embroidered silver scroll design and Swarvoski rhinestone accents.
For her bouquet, she carried a European clutch bouquet composed of creamy white blizzard roses accented with creme da le creme garden varieties. It was highlighted with Eskimo imported roses. The stems were softly gathered and held with off white bridal satin and pearl closures.
Hannah Campbell of Monterey attended as maid of honor. She wore a Belsoie by Jasmine tea length chiffon dress in the color of maize. Her bouquet was a vision of the bridal bouquet featuring creme da le creme and blizzard rose varieties.
Bridesmaids were Caroline Boyd of Jonesville, Leslee Bryan of Monterey, Randi Poole of Monterey, Kentley Roach of Monterey, Whitney Roark of Monterey, and Morgan White of Monterey.
Junior bridesmaid was Lansing Brakenridge of Ferriday.
Flower girls were Claire Clement of Lake Providence and Anna Poole of Monterey.
Wayne Wilson of Ferriday served the groom as best man.
Groomsmen were Barrett Arthur of Ferriday, Brannon Arthur of Vidalia, Taylor Campbell of Monterey, Ryan Crum of Geismer, Tom Terry Milliken of Ferriday, and Collin Taunton of Ferriday.
Junior groomsman was Chase Brakenridge of Ferriday.
Ringbearer was Cooper Roach of Monterey.
A reception followed at the Vidalia Conference and Convention Center.
Following a wedding trip to Destin, FL, the couple will make their home in Monterey.
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