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Bridal parties given

Bridal parties given

Posted: Thursday, October 13, 2011 8:03 pm

Selena Mae Sedberry, bride-elect of Tyler Wayne Barker, were recently honored with several wedding parties.
The bride-elect is the daughter of Steve and Regina Sedberry of Union City. She is the granddaughter of June Sedberry and the late John Morgan “Buddy” Sedberry Jr. of Union City, Martha Smith of Westland, Mich., and Aubrey Smith of Clayton.
The groom-elect is the son of Wayne and Judy Barker of Union City. He is the grandson of Royce “Bim” Barker and the late Fay Barker of Union City and Marie Broadstreet and the late Eugene Broadstreet of Jackson.
The couple will wed 6 p.m. Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Union City. Music will begin at 5:30.

A bridal tea was held recently at the home of Elizabeth Kendall of Union City.
Guests registered at a lovely antique table covered with a delicate lace cloth. A photo of the bride and groom and a graceful arrangement of Casablanca lilies, peach hypericum berries, Gerbera daisies, green coffee beans, pink pixie carnations, light cream and green roses, and leather leaf was placed on the table.
The bride-elect wore a stunning sleeveless, coral design with shear, ruffled neckline and fitted waist. A strand of pearls and a dainty corsage of sweetheart roses, lime green buttons, and peach hypericum berries pinned at her shoulder completed her outfit.
Guests were served an assortment of foods in silver and crystal appointments on an antique dining table draped with a cut-work lace tablecloth and centered with a dramatic arrangement of lilies, hypericum berries, pixie carnations, bear grass, white wax flowers, light green buttons with salal leaves, honey bracelet and leather leaf in an heirloom soup tureen. Bridal netting was intertwined around the chandelier over the table and miniature bridal dolls and netting were placed strategically around the centerpiece. Cucumber sandwiches, chicken salad croissants, assorted fruits and dip, a bacon-cheese ring and mixed crackers, a vegetable tray and dips, chess squares, dainty white cake squares and wedding cookies were some of the delicious foods served along with beverages of sweet tea and pink strawberry punch.
Hostesses for the afternoon event were Pam Revell of Martin, Letha Reavis and Kim Roberson, both of Hombeak, Lisa Roney of Troy, Phyllis Powell of Rives, Jan Rankin of Union City and Ms. Kendall.
Miss Sedberry was presented with pieces from her outdoor entertainment selection.

Miss Sedberry was feted with a “surprise stock-the-pantry shower” hosted by co-workers of Rutherford Elementary School.
An array of grocery and pantry items, baskets, containers and paper products were presented to the young bride-to-be.
Chocolate and vanilla cakes, mints and nuts, and coffee punch in crystal appointments were enjoyed by those attending the festive occasion.

Published in The Messenger 10.13.11


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