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Golson, Pumphrey Wedding

August 9, 2010

Golson, Pumphrey Wedding

Golson, Pumphrey Wedding

Lacie Jane Golson and William Wyatt Pumphrey, both of West Point, were joined together in marriage May 22, 2010, at 2 p.m. at Hope Baptist Church, Cedar Bluff. Dr. James Towery officiated the ceremony.
Parents of the bride are, Tim and Carolyn Golson of West Point. Parents of the groom are, Ray and Sherri Pumphrey of West Point.
Grandparents of the bride are Kenneth and Jane Byrd, Jane Golson and the late Pat Golson. Grandparents of the groom are, Bill and Earline Simmons, and the late Curtis and Virginia Pumphrey.
Music for the ceremony was provided by pianist Kris Hollis, who played a selection of wedding songs; Jonathan Edwards, soloist sang “I Cross My Heart” by George Strait; Dustin Cartee, guitarist played “Canon in D” during the lighting of the unity candle.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Tim Golson. She wore an A-line bridal gown of white satin with a side draped bodice and asymmetric floor length skirt. The waistline was accented with a pool blue satin sash that tied in the back and draped down the back of the dress. She wore an elbow length white veil with a rhinestone corded edge adorned with a rhinestone headband. The bride carried a bouquet of fresh brightly colored gerbera daisies and lilies accented with baby's breath and greenery. The bouquet was hand tied with a white sheer satin ribbon and a special monogrammed handkerchief and blue rhinestone brooch that belonged to the groom's late grandmother.
The Maid of Honor was Mary Beth Golson, sister of the bride, of West Point. The honor attendant wore a pool blue knee length, strapless satin dress accented at the waist with a chocolate satin sash and brown cowboy boots.
The bridesmaids were Ashley Byrd, of Columbus; Stella Turman, Holly Duke and Leah Shackelford, all of West Point. The bridesmaids wore a pool blue knee length, strapless satin dress accented at the waist with a chocolate satin sash that tied in the back and draped down the back of the dress. They also wore brown cowboy boots. The attendants bouquets were fresh brightly colored gerbera daisies accented with baby's breath and greenery, hand tied with a blue sheer satin ribbon.
Flower girl was Presley Gluesenkamp of West Point.
Ring bearer was Luke Reed of West Point.
Best man was William Ray Pumphrey, the father of the groom.
Groomsmen were, Wes Pumphrey of Starkville, brother of the groom, Tommy Reed of Starkville, Brian Glusenkamp and Abe Finley both of West Point.
Ushers were, Homer Duke and Jeff Hairston both of West Point.
The reception was also held at Hope Baptist Church, outdoors with decorated white tents, tables and chairs, surrounded by a garden setting with brightly colored potted plants and flowers, bird baths and metal patio furniture.
The bride's table was decorated with a white linen table cloth accented with a white linen overlay monogrammed with the couples' name and wedding date in blue. The bride's cake was a three layer square white cake decorated with white icing and topped with silver monogram style initials of the couple. Bright gerbera daisies were also placed around the cake.
The groom's table was decorated with a brown tablecloth accented with burlap. The groom's cake, which sat on top of two small light poles, was a double layer chocolate cake with white icing and decorated with the figure of a lineman. There were two yellow safety hats especially decorated “Just Married” which served as a center piece for the table, along with several other lineman items representing the groom's occupation.
The wedding coordinator was Debbie Lofton.
The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents at Siloam Methodist Church.
The couple honeymooned in Gatlinburg, Tenn.
The newly married couple now reside in Cedar Bluff.

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