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. Seth Joseph Williams, and Miss Emily Kristen Adams were united as one in a wedding ceremony on June 21, 2008 at Mountain View Baptist Church in Hamptonville. The Reverend Tim Tucker officiated the ceremony. Wedding bells tolled at 6 o'clock as the bride entered the sanctuary, escorted by her father. Proud parents of the bride are Keith and Audra Adams of Hamptonville, and Rick and Pam Wilmoth of Elkin. Proud parents of the groom are Sonny and Janie Williams of Lansing, and Michael and Cathy Pope of Ronda. Bride's maternal grandparents are Vena Jester of Hamptonville, and Terry Jester of Thurmond. Bride's paternal grandparents are Jerry and Claudine Adams of Hamptonville. Groom's maternal grandparents are Marshall and Peggy Clawson of Clemmons. Groom's paternal grandparents are Ernest and Mary Williams of Lewisville. Bride's maternal great grandparents are Jesse and Lois Carpenter of Hamptonville. The couple lit a memorial candle in memory of their beloved great grandparents.
The bride wore and elegant strapless pick-up Cinderella ball gown of ivory lace. The waistline was accented with a wide pleated satin Champagne sash that draped the cathedral train. The ball gown was embellished with swarovski crystals, ivory pearls, and sequins. Her fingertip and waist length ivory tulle veil was two-tiered and trimmed in champagne satin. Emily's brushed gold and champagne tiara was covered with miniature magnolias, swarovski crystals, ivory pearls and sequins designed to match her jewelry and ball gown. The bride carried a bouquet of ivory roses.
Miss Jessica Macemore of Jonesville was the couple's Maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Mindy Marion of Boone, Miss Lauren Carter of Boonville, Mrs. Erica Pinnix of Hamptonville, and Miss Lindsay Morris, cousin of the bride, of Jamestown. The attendants wore black strapless A-line satin gowns that cascaded down the back, and carried bouquets of ivory and pink roses. The groom's father was the couple's Best Man. Groomsmen were Nathan Williams, brother of the groom, of Ronda, Austin Pope, brother of the groom, of Ronda, Matthew Long of Hamptonville, and Matthew Adams, cousin of the bride, of Hamptonville. The groom wore a pin-stripe black tuxedo accessorized in ivory. The groomsmen wore black tuxedos. Flowergirl was Misses Josie Shaffer, cousin of the bride, of Elkin. She wore a sleeveless ivory organza ballerina dress with a full tulle skirt accented with an ivory pleated sash designed in ivory roses, ribbons, and pearls. The sash featured a bow that draped the ankle length dress. Her headpiece was an ivory magnolia flower wreath covered with miniature swarovski crystals, sequins, and ivory pearls with long satin ribbons. Guest Register and Program attendants were Misses Hannah Greene, cousin of the bride, of Clemmons, and Master Luke Adams, cousin of the bride, of Hamptonville.
A program of wedding music was provided by pianist Michelle Gilbert and soloist Celeste Tucker, both of Hamptonville. Jerry Crouse of Hamptonville operated the sound system for the ceremony.
The wedding was directed by Mrs. Randi Anderson, of Jonesville. Shutterbugs of Elkin provided photography services and displayed Bridal portraits. The floral arrangements for the wedding and reception were designed by Boonville Flower and Decor.
The reception followed the ceremony at West Yadkin School in Hamptonville, the guests were entertained by Peerless Promotions of Boonville. The reception was catered by D&F Catering of East Bend. Guests were greeted at the reception by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sherrill, relatives of the bride, of Asheville. The goodbyes and well wishes to the couple, family, and friends were given by Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Alspaugh, relatives of the groom, of Winston Salem. Master Dawson Shaffer, cousin of the bride, of Elkin, distributed bubbles to guests. Limousine services were provided by Platinum Limousines of Charlotte.
A catered rehearsal dinner in honor of the couple was given by the groom's parents following the wedding rehearsal on June 20, 2008 at Mountain View Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
The couple began their engagement with bridal showers given by family and friends at Asbury United Methodist Church, and Mountain View Baptist Church. The bride was given a lingerie shower by friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Errol Long in Hamptonville. The couples Maid of Honor surprised the Bride to be with a night of celebration in Charlotte, with her bridesmaids attending.
The bride attended Appalachian State University and is a teacher employed with the Yadkin County Schools. The groom attended UNC Wilmington, and is the owner of Double U Tile, located in Hamptonville.
After and extended honeymoon in Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple will reside in their new home in Hamptonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Williams would like to extend a very special Thank You to God, their parents, family, and friends for making this day possible, filled with memories of their new beginning together.
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