Judy Kay Frazier and Timothy Scott Emmert of Tulsa exchanged wedding vows Saturday, May 25 at 3:00 p.m. Gale Ladd of the Followers Church read the vows to the couple in the auditorium of Oak Grove School.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Loren Frazier of Drumright and Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Emmert of Tulsa.
The bride wore a floor length gown of white chantilly lace. The fitted bodice was highlighted with a beaded Queen Anne neckline. Long lace mutton sleeves extended to a point over the hands. The skirt was circled with a ruffle of lace and was held up on one side with pearls, sequins and small white roses. The chantilly lace streamers fell from a nylon tulle pouf.
She carried a white bouquet accented with pink and burgundy roses and tiger lilies.
She was given in marriage by her father.
Nancy Ferguson served her sister-in-law as matron of honor. Darryl Emmert of Denver, Colorado was his brother's honor attendant. Other bride's attendants were Anita Burns, Janet Frazier and Sandy Trenholm. Groomsmen were Olen Holmes, Doug Popejoy and Jim Peterson.
Bridesmaids dresses were identical pink with an overlay of pink lace on the waist with long mutton sleeves. The pink skirts had burgundy ruffled swoops and were tied at the waist with burgundy bows. Their picture hats were pink overlaid with pink lace with a band, pouf and streamer of pink nylon tulle dotted with pearls. Their bouquets were pink, burgundy and white roses and tiger lilies.
Candle lighters were Sherri and Erica Frazier. Their dresses were burgundy taffeta with Queen Anne neckline. The gathered skirts were pulled up at the floor with rows of pink lace underneath. Large burgundy bows tied at the waist.
Their picture hats were pink with an overlay of pink lace and were tied with a burgundy bow.
Ring bearer was Zackary Frazier and Steven Frazier was flower boy.
Trish Frazier furnished the piano music and accompanied John and Candy Clark as they sang "Perhaps Love."
Ushers were Rich Burgett and David Rathbone. Marsher (Marsha?) Hensley, the grooms sister, presided at the guest book.
A reception was held in the cafeteria. Serving hostesses were Ruby Arnold and Janice Elshiemer, assisted by Tammy Elshiemer. Debbie Stephens served the four tiered cake and Karen Popejoy served the punch.
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