Meridian Star

Weddings

September 18, 2011

Small, Fair

MERIDIAN —     Sarah Rebecca Fair of Meridian and Joshua Blake Small of Senath, Mo., were married on Saturday, Aug. 6, 2011, at Meridian Church of Christ, with Mike Benson of Hattiesburg officiating.

    Parents of the couple are Tom and Alana Fair of Meridian and Jeff Small and Regina Damron of Senath.

    Music for the ceremony was provided by Antwan Altman, saxophone; Antonio Altman, keyboards; and Brittney Skinner, soloist.

    Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a one-piece corset, ivory lace halter designer gown featuring a gathered tulle skirt and sweep train. Ornate lace created the dramatic halter silhouette. The tulle skirt was richly accented with lace appliqués. The hemline was accented with Swarovski crystals, seed beads and sequins. Her ivory fingertip-length veil featured appliqué lace that matched her gown.

    Maid of honor was Tonya Carroll of Meridian.

    Other attendants were Emily Fair Geter of Forest, Elizabeth Fair of Jackson, Tenn., Lindsey Fair of Florence, Ala., Jenny Fowler of Decula, Ga., Chelsie Clark Hudnall of Monterey, Calif., and Regina Martinez and Ashley King, both of Meridian.

    Madelyn and Makenna McElroy of Petal were flower girls.

    Bradley Anderson of Hattiesburg was best man.

    Groomsmen were Brad Chialand of Hornersville, Mo., Steve Williams of Senath, Brad Watkins of Meridian, Tyler Anderson of Hattiesburg, Christopher Ethridge of Decula, Ga., Ryan Moore of Hornersville and Nick Small of Campbell, Mo.

    Will and Hank Geter of Forest, nephews of the bride, were ring bearers.

    Bubble girls were Joy St. Clair, Analyssa King and Baylie Eastman. Program attendants were Jessica and Jennifer St. Clair.

    A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. Entertainment was provided by former members of the MCC Dimensions: Michael McClelland, Drew Towner, Danny Towner, Carmen Hardy, Jessica St. Clair and Brittany Skinner.

    After a short honeymoon, the couple resides in Brandon.

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