Thursday, April 26, 2012
Couple honored at farm with beautiful picnic on 50th wedding anniversary
Congratulations to Marshall Academy junior Zack Pritchett. He won the American Junior Golf Association’s Preseason Junior at Innisbrook. The tournament was held at the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club in Palm Harbor, Fla.
Mary Frances Moore of Germantown, Tenn., was the Saturday evening guest of Kay and Laura Wheeler.
Jenny and Christopher Cupp, Beverly Fitch and Sandor Viradi of Olive Branch, Walker and Heather Cupp of Collierville, Tenn., and Rita and Johnny Langus of Mobile, Ala., were a few of the out-of-towners who were seen at a 50th wedding anniversary party held in honor of Bea and Jimmye Dale Green over the weekend. The Greens’ children, Skipper, John and Kate and Rollie and Lynn Carson, hosted a beautiful picnic dinner for them at the farm. The evening was beautiful under the stars with live music coming from the front porch of the cabin. The food was divine and served on blue McCarty pottery pieces. The tables were adorned with roosters and arrangements of gerbera daisies atop burlap cloths. Blue, yellow and white balloons filled the outdoor space, making it all the more festive. What a shining example of true love that lasts a lifetime! Bea and Jimmye Dale adore one another and prove that it can happen! Cheers to the young at heart couple, may you have another 50 years as great as the first!
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Couple says vows in Key West
Rebecca Paige Gholson of Holly Springs and Chase Gibson Brewer of East Prairie, Mo., were married over the ocean, on a gazebo at the end of a pier at The Reach Resort in Key West, Fla.
The wedding ceremony was held at 7:30 p.m. on July 28, 2011.
Parents of the bride are Denise Gholson of Holly Springs and Harris Gholson II, also of Holly Springs.
Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brewer of East Prairie.
Robert Distasi played the prelude and postlude music for the ceremony and also provided background music while guests were being seated in the gazebo.
Rev. Ruben Velasco of Key West United Methodist Church officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The entrance to the gazebo was beautifully decorated with white and peach roses, calla lilies, hydrangeas, palm leaves and organza. The bride’s bouquet was white roses and hydrangeas. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of hydrangeas, peach and white roses.
The bride wore a gown of silk charmeuse with a ruched bodice and beaded and embroidered lace appliques accenting the empire waist, and buttons down the back. The gown was designed by Casablanca Couture.
Bridesmaids were Cameron Strickland Rhea of Holly Springs, matron of honor; Anna Mather Greer of Tupelo; and Elizabeth Crain Perrett of Madison.
They wore one-shoulder, ruched, caramel dresses.
Groomsmen were Spencer Ross Hogan of Cape Girardeau, Mo., best man; Harris Gholson III of Holly Springs; Joshua Wade Thurman of East Prairie; Benjamin Todd Puckett of Madison; and David Ryan Barnett of Nashville, Tenn.
They wore white linen shirts with khaki linen slacks.
On the day of the wedding, the bride and her bridesmaids enjoyed crab benedict and mimosas for breakfast at The Blue Heaven.
Immediately following the wedding, the bride’s parents hosted a reception at The Strip House, a steak restaurant at The Reach Resort. Guests enjoyed a cocktail hour prior to the seated dinner.
After dinner, the happy couple was toasted by family and friends.
The wedding cake was red velvet decorated with a beach decor of shells, made of sugar and icing, and topped off with two Adirondack chairs.
The groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner on the eve of the wedding at the Conch Republic Seafood Company, overlooking the historic seaport and Key West Marina. Dinner was waterside, with a casual setting on the terrace, where guests enjoyed cocktails and an assortment of seafood.
After a honeymoon in Key West, the couple is making their home in Kearney, Nebraska, where the bride is an event coordinater at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center and the groom is an operations supervisor for Monsanto.
Miss Anna Greer to wed Gregory Giachelli II May 19
Curtis Mather Greer of Myrtle, and Diane Carver Greer of Holly Springs are pleased announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Anna Mather, to Gregory Morris Giachelli II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Morris Giachelli of Blue Springs.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Aquilla Greer of Holly Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carver of Tupelo.
She is an honor graduate of Marshall Academy, and of the University of Mississippi, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in both journalism and English. Anna is employed by Voe’s Boutique in Tupelo.
The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Giachelli of Holly Ridge and Mr. Therrel Mack Porch and the late Mrs. Porch of Blue Springs.
He is a graduate of New Albany High School, and received a degree in agribusiness from Mississippi State University, where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He currently serves as plant manager at Tupelo Recycling.
The couple will exchange vows at 11 a.m., on May 19, 2012, at First United Methodist Church in Holly Springs.
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