In a double ring ceremony on March 17 Dee Angela Davis and Rober Alan Ishmael, both of Drumright were united in marriage. The 7 p.m. ceremony was held at the First United Methodist Church in Drumright. The Rev. Eddie Mirabal officiated.
The former Miss Davis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Saine of Drumright. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ishmael also of Drumright.
The church decorations were carried out with a candelabra of an arch, two hearts and aisle candles. Purple bows, flowers and greenery were interspersed among the candelabras.
Pianist was Darlene Jarvis. Soloist was Kim Taylor who sang "Surround Me With Love," "Wedding Song," and "Longer."
The bride, given in marriage by James Gary Davis, wore a Victorian white satin dress with a French lace overlay. It was accented with Chantilly lace and seed pearls. Her head dress was a small crown fashioned with matching seed pearls, trimmed with Chantily lace and was floor length. She carried purple Tiger Lillies and white roses with streamers of lavender and purple and white ribbons.
Serving the bride as attendants were maid of honor, Tiffany Taylor, Drumright and bridesmaids Teresa Beiard, Drumright and Cindy Retherford, Oklahoma City.
Groom's attendants were best man, Rodney Petitt, Drumright and Richard Coats and Craig Stump, both of Drumright.
Flower girl was Lynette Richardson, Drumright and ring bearer was Matthew Hester, Bristow.
The bride's attendants wore dresses of purple taffeta with a white satin sash. Their head pieces were of a halo with purple flowers and baby's breath. They carried bouquets of purple flowers with white ribbons.
The flower girl wore a purple taffeta dress with a white satin sash. Her head piece was of pearls and purple flowers. She carried a white basket with purple flower petals.
Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Community Center.
Holly Hester, Fran Fahany and Carlotta Bohl were servers.
The bride's table held a four-tiered cake iced in white and decorated with purple flowers and the traditional miniature bride and groom were resting on the top tier. The guests were also served peanuts, mints of purple and green and champaign punch. The table was laid with a purple cover and lace overlay.
The groom's table held the traditional chocolate cake, coffee and peanuts. The table was covered in the same fashion as the bride's table.
Purple, lavender and white wedding bells and crepe paper completed the decorations of the center.
Following a wedding trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas, the couple has established their first home in Drumright.
The bride is attending Drumright High School and Central Vo-Tech.
The groom is employed by I&R Fabricators in Drumright.
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