Miss Roberson, Busby honored with bridal parties

Miss Roberson, Busby honored with bridal parties

Amie Marie Roberson and Lace Thomas “Corey” Busby, both of Hickman, Ky., were recently feted with several showers.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Keith “Squizz” and Becky Roberson of Hickman. Her grandparents are Bob and Amelia Ivey of Hickman and the late Yvonne and Gertrude Roberson of Ridgely.
The groom-elect is the son of Lace and Sandy Busby Jr. of Hickman. He is the grandson of Betty Ray of Clinton, Ky., and the late Lace Busby Sr., the late Josh and Selene McClure, Howard Erwin and the late Vonelle Erwin, all of Hickman.
The couple will exchange vows at 6:30 p.m. May 24 at First United Methodist Church in Hickman. Music will begin at 6.
A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony at the Hickman Country Club. All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

A couples shower was recently held at Southlane Bowling Lanes in Union City.
It was hosted by Kristi Roberson and Nick Roberson, both of Union City.
Those attending enjoyed pizza, cake, mints and nuts.
The hostesses gave the bride-elect her chosen Arthur Court cake stand.

Arlington Tennessee, the home of Joe and Donna Rike, was the site of a handyman shower.
Hostesses for the event were the bride-elect’s aunts, Donna Rike and Denise Craig, both of Arlington.
Guests were served fried chicken and barbecue with all the trimmings. Everyone enjoyed cake while the bridal couple opened their gifts on the patio.
The hostesses gave them Lowe’s gift cards with an outdoor flower pot “goody” basket.

A shower was given recently at Citizens Bank of Hickman by the groom-elect’s aunts, Hilda Jones, Teresa Carr, Faye Morrow and Brenda Parker, and his cousin, Johnna Wilson, all of Hickman.
Homemade desserts of chess squares, cakes and brownies, along with chips and dip, finger sandwiches, nuts and mints, were served.
A special gift of the groom-elect’s late grandmother’s rocking chair was given to the couple by Mrs. Carr. The bride-elect sat in the rocker as she opened her gifts.

The Hospitality House in Union City was the site of a shower given by the bride-elect’s aunt, Sharon Ivey, and her cousin, Tracey Westbrooks, both of Union City.
Guests enjoyed cake squares which were monogrammed with a “B,” nuts, mints and punch.
The hostesses gave the bridal couple a crystal cheese platter and crystal salt and pepper shakers.


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