Weddings and engagements
King, Boudousquie wed
Lisa Darnell King of Hartselle and Mark Angelo Boudousquie of Hartselle were wed June 2, 2007, at 2 p.m. at Bethel United Methodist Church in Eva. The Hon. Judge Steve Haddock officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Wayne King of Hartselle and the late Sondra King. The groom is the son of Rosamond Boudousquie of Hartselle and the late John Boudousquie.
The couple was wed in the historic Bethel United Methodist Church, which was established in 1894 by the bride's great-grandfather, James Joshua Minor. The church features beautiful stained glass windows. The entrance of the altar displayed an antique trellis lavishly covered with flowers and illusion.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white strapless silhouette designer satin gown boasting a swirled waist. The gown was embellished with faceted crystal and pearl beading with a cathedral train, which also featured matching beading.
Her two-tiered cathedral white veil of illusion was adorned with crystal pearl beading.
She carried a fresh spring bouquet of lavender iris, white lilies and daisies.
Donna Barnett of Cullman, the sister of the groom, served as the matron of honor. She wore a pastel yellow flowing gown and the waist was gathered with crystal and pearl beading. She carried a fresh spring bouquet.
The flower girl was Kirsten Barnett of Falkville. The ring bearer was Trent Barnett of Falkville.
Greg King of Hartselle, the bride's son, served as the best man.
Ushers were Tyler Bartlett and Drew Bartlett, both of Hartselle.
Music was provided by Perry Byrd of Hartselle and Eddie Tommy Boger Jr. of Danville.
A reception was held at the church following the service.
The bride's table featured an elegant 7-tier castle cake glistening with sugar crystals topped with a crystal bride and groom and accented with a crystal carriage.
The groom's table featured a rich chocolate cake topped with a grapevine array. Antique silver candlesticks surrounded the cake.
Carolyn Maples of Trinity served as the wedding director. Assisting with the reception were Barbara Bartlett of Hartselle, Kimberly Barnett of Cullman, Janna Barnett of Cullman, and Patricia Long of Hartselle.
Barbara Bartlett attended the bride's book.
After a honeymoon trip to the Gulf of Mexico, the couple will reside in Hartselle.
The couple was honored with several pre-nuptial events:
Amick, Rabb exchange vows
Rachel Michelle Amick of Clay and William Earl Kelly Rabb III of Hartselle were wed May 4, 2007, at 7 p.m. at Mountain View Gardens and Ballroom in Springville.
The bride is the daughter of Mitchell and Joyce Amick of Birmingham. The groom is the son of Bill and Beth Rabb of Hartselle.
Rev. Glenn Sandifer officiated the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory satin strapless Mon Cheri gown with a lace overlay and a champagne sash. Her dress featured a chapel length train and she wore a fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of pink peonies and light pink open roses.
Monica Powell of Clay was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Anna Cameron of Clay, Erin Turner of Clay, Leigh Taylor of Trussville, Danielle Huguley of Clay, Sarah Collier of Montgomery, Shelley Thomas of Montgomery and Carrow McClendon, sister of the groom, of Hartselle.
Bridesmaids wore black satin floor length dresses with empire waist sashes. They carried deep pink peonies and roses.
Flower girl was Brooke McDonald of Clay and Grace McClendon, niece of the groom, of Hartselle.
Ring bearer was Drake Amick of Trussville.
Best man was Calloway Rabb, brother of the groom, of Hartselle.
Groomsmen were Heath Amick, brother of the bride, of Clay, Daniel Galbraith of Clay, Steven Crawford of Decatur, Ryan Vernon of Trussville, Matt Moman of Clay, Dustin Mitchell of Hartselle, Jeremy Buttram of Mobile and Tim McClendon, brother-in-law of the groom, of Hartselle. Junior groomsmen was Camp Metcalf of Decatur.
Ceremony music was provided by a string quartet, Elizabeth Godfrey and Bill Rabb.
A reception was held at the Mountain View ballroom. The bride's table featured a square tiered vanilla cake with butter cream icing. The tiers were surrounded by pink roses and satin ribbon.
The groom's table featured a strawberry cake with red icing in the shape of an Alabama "A", strawberry tuxedos and red and white M&Ms.
The bridal book was attended by Mica Miller and Kresha Allred.
The couple enjoyed a honeymoon at Montego Bay, Jamaica. They now reside in Hoover.
The groom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at Tamburro Bella Note in Trussville.
The couple was honored with several other pre-nuptial events, including:
Bolton, Lett to wed
Charles and Reba Bolton of Guntersville announce the engagement of their daughter, Hannah Rebekah Bolton of Guntersville to Bradley Keith Lett of Hartselle, son of Keith and Sonya Lett of Hartselle.
The future bride is the granddaughter of the late Jordan Reed and Comer and Ola Read Painter of Crossville and the late J.W. Bolton of Cleveland, TN and Katherine Bolton of Albertville. She is a 2004 graduate of Guntersville High School. She attended Wallace State Community College and plans to enter the University of North Alabama in fall 2007 to study psychology. She is a member of the Wallace State Show Choir and the First Baptist Church of Guntersville.
The future groom is the grandson of Bobby and Jane Garner and Jerre and Judy Lett, all of Hartselle, and Elsie Nix of Arab.
He is the great-grandson of Margaret Powell and Ruth Garner, both of Hartselle, Christine and Bit Turner of Oxford the late Benjamin Powell, and the late John Garner.
He graduated from Hartselle High School in 2003 and Wallace State Community College in 2006, where he received an associates degree in business administration. He plans to obtain a bachelor of arts degree in business administration from the University of North Alabama.
He is a member of Kappa Sigma, Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society and Salem United Methodist Church. He is employed by Liberty National Life Insurance in Decatur.
The wedding is planned for July 21, 2007, at Broken Arrow Golf Course in Scottsboro.