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|Wedding Corley - Staggs|
Christy Corley and Lee Staggs Jr., both of Baton Rouge, were united in marriage May 8, 2010, six o'clock in the evening on the grounds of The Elms in Natchez. Randy Davis officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mike and Sue Corley of Vidalia.
The groom is the son of Lee and Dixie Staggs of Vidalia.
Music for the ceremony was provided by guitarist Richard Burke and soloist Charlie Hugg.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mike Corley. She wore a taffeta pickup gown that featured a beaded and sequined halter, draped bodice that flowed into a chapel length train. The white elbow length veil featured beading and Swarovski crystals accenting scalloped edges. Her bouquet was teardrop style with white and pink roses, and Stargazer lilies wrapped in white ribbon.
Tonya Skates of Natchez and Casey Winnborne of Hammond were maids of honor. They wore short sateen dresses in a watermelon pink shade and carried bouquets of Stargazer lilies wrapped in green ribbon.
Bridesmaids were attired in the same manner. They were Emily Raley of Lafayette, Samantha Barnes of Baton Rouge, Cashion Aultman of Hattiesburg, and Sitara Shirwani of Hattiesburg.
Junor bridesmaids were Juliana Galbreath of Natchez, Raleigh Havard of Brandon, Ms., and Allie Corley of Vidalia. They wore short satin clover green dresses featuring watermelon sashes. They each carried a single pink rose wrapped in pink ribbon.
Anna Corley of Vidalia was the flower girl. She carried a white basket of rose petal and wore a white satin dress with a watermelon sash and ribbon.
Charlie Hugg of Baton Rouge served as best man. Groomsmen were David Hugg Jr. of Natchez, Lee Staggs Jr. of Vidalia, Kelly O'Neal of Shreveport, David Castillo of Vidalia, and Josh Aultman of Hattiesburg.
A reception was held at the Vidalia Conference and Convention Center.
The wedding cake was four tiers featuring white icing and a detailed design of pink and white cascading flowers. It was topped with a silver monogram "S". The groom's cake was golf and LSU themed.
Persons serving at the reception were Billie Magee of Natchez, Linda Bonnette of Vidalia, and coordinator Angie Havard of Brandon.
Following a wedding trip to Destin, Fl., the couple has made their home in Baton Rouge. The bride is employed as a registered nurse at Oschner Hospital and the groom is a respiratory therapist at Oschner.
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