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Brownfield News (Newspaper) - June 3, 1990, Brownfield, Texas Brownfield news sunday june 3, 1990, Page 5 Caswell of rates Fletcher and Cox vows exchanged Deborah Delaine Fletcher and David Lee Cox recently exchanged vows of marriage in first Baptist Church of Brownfield with the Rev. Cletus Caswell pastor of Union Baptist Church officiating the double ring ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. . Quot Dick Quot Fletcher. Parents of the Groom Are or. And mrs. Sammy l. Cox. The focal design of the altar was a 30-Light double wedding ring candelabra with a Large arrangement of bluebonnets White Candy tuft and French peach roses. Directly behind it was an arched 15-Light candelabra flanked by two spiral brass candelabras with 21-branches apiece. There were also two nine branched candlemas filled with bluebonnets and roses. The Unity candelabra was decorated with an arrangement of bluebonnets and four peach roses symbolizing the couple s four deceased grandparents or. And mrs. Frank l. Fletcher George Washington Cox and Walter Alfred Hohenberger. Large White Wicker Garden floor baskets were on each Side of the altar area with european styled arrangements of bluebonnets White Candy tuft and peach French roses. Garlands of English Ivy trailed Down the choir railings on each Side of the Sanctuary. Bridal aisle pews were marked by White victorian lace and Satin bows tied with tulle and accented with babies breath. Guests were registered by Leslie Cox the Groom s Cousin at a table draped with White tiered lace ruffles edged with peach Satin ribbons. The Bride s toss bouquet of White Satin roses was displayed on a White antique wrought Iron bouquet stand by the brides Book which had been covered with Satin lace and pearls by Becky Chambers. Wedding programs were distributed to guests by Amanda Cox sister of the Groom. Escorted to the altar by her father the Bride wore a gown of White Satin and Schiffli lace. The bodice beaded with sequins and pearls featured a wedding band elizabethan sleeves and a shirred Basque Waistline. The full skirt appliqued with lace motifs flowed into a sem Cathedral train. To Complete her attire the Bride wore a hat covered with pearled and sequined Schiffli lace and accented with a silk illusion Pouf and Waist length veil. The Bride carried a cascading bouquet fashioned of White silk organdy French roses and peach Satin roses. Sprays of tiny pearls and tulle accented the arrangement which was completed by White bridal lace and Satin streamers. The Bride presented the mothers of the couple with Long stemmed peach roses accented by babies breath and peach Satin ribbons. Bridal traditions for something old a White organdy handkerchief edged in Blue made by the Bride s maternal grandmother and carried in her wedding and a Bible carried by the Bride s Mother in her wedding for something new her wedding attire for something borrowed a pair of earrings belonging to a family Friend Joann Cargill and for something Blue a Garter. A Penny bearing the year of her birth was placed in her White Cowboy boots worn under the wedding gown. Paige Fletcher sister of the Bride served As maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Karie Kollar of Clint Carol Cox d Ann Steele and sharia Blay All of Brownfield. The bridesmaids wore Tea length gowns of cotillion Blue taffeta. The bodice featured a sweetheart neckline Pouf sleeves and a Basque Waistline. Attendants carried hand tied bouquets of bluebonnets White Candy tuft and peach Garden roses trimmed with French Blue Tuttle peach Satin and White lace streamers. Each wore a Floral Hairpiece coordinated with their bouquets. Shawn Cox served his brother As Best Man. Groomsmen were Robert Moon and Roger Baker both of Brownfield Dale Cox of Dallas and Mark Edwards of Rowlett. The Groom and groomsmen All wore Black Western style tuxedos with Black string ties. The grooms boutonniere was a single White Satin Rosebud accented by Lily of the Valley and Light Blue babies breath. Male attendants wore White Rosebud thank you for Reading the Brownfield news boutonnieres accented by Light Blue babies breath. Ushers were Donald Bailey Jack Floyd Joe Childress and Geoff Cooper All of Brownfield. Ashley Durington daughter of Teresa Cargill Dyson of Pampa served As Flower girl. She carried a White enamelled Basket full of bluebonnets and peach sweetheart roses edged with ruffled White lace and bows. In her hair she wore a Halo of Light Blue Satin Flowers babies breath and peach Tea roses trimmed with Satin streamers of Blue and peach flowing Down the Back. Justin Moody son of Brenda Moody of Brownfield served As ring bearer. Attired in a Black Western style Tuxedo he carried a White Satin Pillow trimmed with Blue lace. The mothers corsages were styled of White silk organdy roses Satin leaves and pearls. Prenuptial music was provided by Darla Washington of Linden and Joe Mac Sears of Brownfield. Sears Sang Quot the twelfth of never Quot Quot love me tender Quot Quot one Friend Quot Quot my Only love Quot and Quot the lords reception following the ceremony a reception took place in the first Baptist Church activities building with a 12-foot White lattice Gazebo As the focal Point. On a six foot round table draped with a White lace cloth was displayed the wedding cake complemented by a cascading design of silk roses and bluebonnets beginning with a cake top of Matching Flowers. The arched openings of the Gazebo were entwined with English Ivy and garlands of peach wild roses accented a Vith peach Satin and lace bows. A hanging White washed Basket filled with English Ivy bluebonnets and peach Freesia was suspended in the Center of the Gazebo. Floor baskets of peach geraniums were at each Comer of the Gazebo. The Bride s and Groom s tables were covered with floor length lace Over White Linen cloths snagged with Blue bows and peach Satin roses and pearls. A five branched Silver table candelabra supported an arrangement of bluebonnets White Candy tuft and peach roses tin the Bride s table. A Silver punch bowl edged with White bridal Wreath and serving trays with White chocolate Western Boot Edwards of Rowlett and Jacquita Richards of Brownfield. Two Large floor baskets of bluebonnets and roses were in the tables covered with White floor length cloths were entered with Crystal Potpourri bowls filled with Blue Satin roses and peach blossoms surrounded by a Crystal votive candles. The couple s gift table was covered in a White floor length cloth and entered by a Basket arrangement of peach bougainvillea and wild grass. Rice bags were distributed to wedding guests by Ashley Darrington the Flower girl and Hilary Swain daughter of or. And mrs. Mike Swain. After a trip to san Antonio and Corpus Christi the couple will be at Home in Brownfield. The Bride is a senior at Texas tech and is employed by first National Bank. The Groom is a police officer for the City of Brownfield. The wedding ceremony was coordinated by mrs. Doug Ryum and mrs. Jack Cargill. Bridal courtesies the Groom s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner in the activities building. Mrs. Douglas Ryburn hosted a bridal Coffee on april 7. Emily mrs. Doyle Simpson hosted the bridesmaids luncheon May 12, and friends of the Bride hosted a lingerie Shower april 26. Quick copy service at Brock printing 15c each w. In put some color in your Cheeks electric Beach tanning Salon 1305 Tahoka Road 637-3636 watch for father s Day specials during week of june 1017 v j mrs. David Lee Cox Nee Deborah Delaine Fletcher shaped mints completed the setting. Servers at the Bride s table were Kerry Hester and Amy Simpson. On the Groom s table was an arrangement of bluebonnets in a Ceramic Western Boot with Silver spurs. The Groom s cake was a Horseshoe shaped chocolate confection complemented with a Cluster of bluebonnets and edged with English Ivy vines. Western Boot shaped White chocolate mints were also served with Coffee from a Silver Coffee service. Servers were Debbie reception area As added interest to the. Garden settings. Five round divorce 68 rovers most uncontested situations a Midden property debts one signature divorce missing spouse Etc prose Call toll free 1-800-547-9900 8 am to 9 pm budget divorce 122 Spanish Village. Suite 604. Dallas. Texas vacation Bible school june 4-8 8 30 30 . 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