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Mount – Leyhue united in double ring ceremony

Mount – Leyhue united in double ring ceremony

Posted: Thursday, August 6, 2009 4:29 pm

Mount - Leyhue united in double ring ceremony | Jennifer Mount - Seth Leyhue marry

Mr. and Mrs. Seth Davis Leyhue
Jennifer Nicole Mount, of Martin, and Seth Davis Leyhue, of Greenfield, were recently united in marriage during a candlelight ceremony at First Baptist Church in Sharon. The ceremony was officiated by Dr. Jerry Summers.
The bride is the daughter of Larry and Jill Mount of Martin. Her grandparents are Larry and Betty Compton and Loys Wade Mount, all of Sharon, and the late Bonnie Mount. The groom is the son of Dale and Sharon Leyhue of Greenfield. His grandparents are Davis and Jeanet Rash of Greenfield and the late Ruth Leyhue.
The church entrance doors were adorned with vertical swags of dark pink hydrangeas and greenery. On each side was double shepherd hooks with kissing balls also made of dark pink hydrangeas, tied with pink ribbon. White satin bows completed the front entrance railing.
The registry table was attended by Keisha Leyhue, sister-in-law of the groom. The white lace covered table included an engagement picture of the couple, throw away bouquet, made of dark pink roses and a white basket of programs lit by a tiffany lamp. The guests were seated by ushers Craig Gordon, lifelong friend of the bride, of Memphis and T.J. Davis, friend of the groom, of Greenfield.
The altar was centered by a large urn with mixed shades of pink, green and white flowers and flanked by two branched spiral candelabras covered with pink flowers and greenery swags. Two additional urns on pedestals containing mixed shades of pink, green and white flowers adorned the sides of the altar.
The unity candle with greenery completed the arrangement. Elizabeth Adcock, friend and Tri Delta sister of the bride, of Nashville, sang “I Will Be,” and Charlton McDade, former youth minister of the bride, of Bradford, sang “To Make You Feel My Love” during the Prelude.
The grandparents were seated to the playing of “Hymne.” Seating of the parents was to “How Beautiful.” Mrs. Leyhue wore a tea length navy dress, and Mrs. Mount wore a two-piece floor length champagne dress. Completing their ensembles were corsages of two white roses.
The groom and groomsmen entered in“Canon in D,” which continued to play as the bridal party entered. Whitney Mount, sister of the bride, of Martin, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Shayla Robey, friend of the bride, of Martin, Elizabeth Adcock, friend and Tri Delta sister, of Nashville, Emily Hibberts, friend and Tri Delta sister, of Gulf Breeze, Fla., and Santana Blakely, friend and Tri Delta sister, of Kingsport.
They wore identical satin, strapless, A-line tea length dresses in turquoise with shirred crossover midriff in boysenberry by Bari Jay. They carried matching bouquets of white and deep pink roses hand tied in white ribbon. Alexis Mosco, niece of the groom, of Greenfield, served as flower girl. She wore a floor length white dress with a turquoise bow. She carried a white satin covered basket with white and deep pink rose petals. Garrett Mosco, nephew of the groom, served as ring bearer. He carried a white satin pillow.
Adam Leyhue, brother of the groom, of Greenfield, served as best man. Groomsmen were Josh Puckett, friend and cousin of the groom, Mark Galey and Jeremy Kelley, friends of the groom, all of Greenfield, Caleb Farmer, friend of the groom, of Knoxville and Chris Turbyville, friend of the groom, of Martin
The bride was escorted by her father to the playing of “Trumpet Voluntary.” She wore a white satin, strapless, princess fit-and-flare gown which featured a sweetheart neckline and beaded Alencon lace appliqué around the waist and delicately scalloped hem of the chapel length train. The wedding dress was designed by Casablanca. She wore a fingertip length veil with scalloped edges and rhinestones and a side rhinestone comb. The bride wore pearl earrings and her great grandmother’s, “Mama Clara,” pearl necklace which was also worn by her mother at her wedding. The bride carried a hand tied bouquet of deep pink roses tied with white satin ribbon. Dr. Summers greeted everyone and led the openin prayer. The exchange of vows and rings was followed by the lighting of the unity candle as Charlton McDade sang “Lost in This Moment.” After the presentation of the couple, the traditional “The Wedding March” was played as the bride and groom left the ceremony area. The couple left for the reception in a sea of bubbles blown by the guests.
Immediately following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception at the Hampton Centre in Union City. White linens covered the tables with centerpieces of pink and white flowers in alternating silver flower towers. White linen covered chairs with turquoise satin bows completed the setting. Guests enjoyed an array of assorted fresh vegetables and dips, cold spinach with bread and hot crab dip, an assortment of cheese cubes with grapes and strawberries with crackers, and bite size quiche. An elaborate display of seasonal fresh fruit adorned the table. Guests also enjoyed baked crabmeat, bacon balls, mandarin and grape tartlets, beef tenderloin, smoked turkey and baked ham served with rolls, cheese and condiments was also served with Cajun chicken tenders with horseradish, sweet and sour, and honey mustard sauces completing the tables. Three buffet centerpieces of pink and white flowers in urns decorated the serving tables. A white chocolate fountain with several types of dipping foods was also enjoyed. The bride’s cake was four round tiers of white cake and butter cream frosting with the design of the brides dress lace. An “L” initial topped the cake with fresh roses. The groom’s cake was decorated in a Tennessee football theme. The chocolate cake and frosting was designed as the UT football field with the signature orange “T.” The cake was served to the guests as they went through the buffet line. A video made by Santana Blakely, with pictures of the bride and groom growing up through years was shown while guests enjoyed their food.Pink and turquoise “Sally Lane” mints, in white favor boxes with ink and turquoise ribbons, were given as “Thank you” gifts to guests. Music and dancing were enjoyed well into the night.
After a honeymoon at the Sandals Inn in Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple will reside in Martin.
On the eve of the wedding, the groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the church fellowship hall. Dr. Summers gave the blessing. A delicious meal of salad, poppy seed chicken, meat loaf, green beans, corn and rolls were served. Desserts included chocolate cake, strawberry cheesecake, punch bowl cake and an assortment of fruit and cookies. The meal was enjoyed by 40 guests.
On the day of the wedding, a bridal brunch was held for Jennifer and her bridesmaids at the home of Jill Mount in Martin. Assisting in hosting this special occasion was Pam Warren of Union City. The delicious meal included chicken salad and croissants, Mexican breakfast bake, Italian pasta salad, vegetables and dip, Neiman-Marcus dip and crackers, strawberries and pineapple with fruit dip, cherry danish, fruit tea and mimosas. The excited girls enjoyed the delicious meal while contemplating last minute details before the wedding.
On Saturday, March 29, Jennifer was honored with a “Months of the Year” bridal shower at the home of her mother, Jill Mount, in Martin. The bridesmais hosted the festive bridal shower. The guests enjoyed the opening of the individual gifts for their special assigned month. They enjoyed a Bachelorette Party the same night.
On Saturday, May 9, the ladies of the First Baptist Church in Sharon and several friends hosted a bridal coffee for Jennifer and Seth in the fellowship hall. Many gifts were on display.
On Sunday, June 7, Jennifer & Seth were honored by several ladies of First Baptist Church in Greenfield with a bridal tea in the fellowship hall. They received many nice and useful gifts.
Delicious refreshments were served from lovely appointed tables at all the wedding courtesies.
Everyone enjoyed meeting new family and friends, reminiscing with old family and friends and extending best wishes to the honored couple.
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