The Palestine Herald, Palestine, Texas


March 16, 2013

Coleman-Dickens wedding

Traci Coleman of Beaumont and C.E. Dickens of Palestine were married March 9 at the Courtyard on St. James of Houston.

The Rev. Jim Fuller of Beaumont read vows before an archway of green hydrangeas, shades of pink Equadorian roses, cymbidium orchids, green amaranths, yellow cabbage, yellow button poms and pink ginestra. Two urn arrangements flanked the entrance isle with wrought iron candle towers adorned with hydrangeas, roses and pink rice flower lining the walkway.

Parents of the bride are Darlene and Robert O’Neal of Beaumont and Gary Coleman of Starks, La. and parents of the groom are Linda and Chuck Dickens of Palestine.

Escorted by her father Robert O’Neal and Gary Coleman, the bride wore a Maggie Sottero lace dress with an open back adorned with beads.

The bride carried a hand-tied bouquet of green hydrangeas, Sarah Bernhardt pink peonies, Miranda, Cymbeline and Rosalind David Austin roses, blue Moon spray roses, green cymbidium orchids, Pacific pink mini callas lilies and yellow craspedia.

Attending the bride was matron of honor Jenny Johnson, best friend of the bride, of Dallas.

Bridesmaids were Amy Richard of Beaumont, Kamryn Richard and McKenna LeJeune both of DeQuincy, La.

Attendants wore black Maggie Sottero dresses.

They carried bouquets of green hydrangeas, pink peonies, Queen Mary pink roses, Blue Moon spray roses and yellow button poms.

Flower girls were Alli Richard and Hannah LeJeune, both of DeQuincy, La.

Ring bearer was Andrew Richard of DeQuincy, La.

Best man was John Wilbanks, friend of the groom, of Palestine.

Groomsmen were Kurt Herrington of Palestine and Randy Coleman of Beaumont.


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