Jennifer Nan Hale and Christopher Michael Brunetti were married December 10, 2006, in a candlelight ceremony at First Baptist Church First Baptist Church may refer to many churches: Canada
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hale of Senatobia. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Evelyn Hale and the late Emmette Hale Jr. and Mrs. Carolyn Rials and the late Charles Rials, all of Senatobia.
The groom is the son of Ms. Lisa Brunetti of Guanacaste, Costa Rica, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brunetti of Jena, Louisiana. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Finley Brunetti of Rosedale and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams of Benoit.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a strapless strap·less
Having no strap or straps, as a dress or an undergarment.
A garment having no strap or straps.
Adjective gown by Michaelangelo. The white chiffon gown had a side-draped bodice that flowed into an A-line skirt. The hem was edged in beaded and embroidered em·broi·der
v. em·broi·dered, em·broi·der·ing, em·broi·ders
1. To ornament with needlework: embroider a pillow cover.
2. lace, which finished in a chapel-length train. The fingertip veil was adorned with crystal beading beading,
n the scribing of a shallow groove (less than 0.5 mm in width or depth) on a cast that outlines the major connector. It is used to transfer the design to the investment cast and ensure tissue contact of the major connector. accented by a rhinestone rhine·stone
A colorless artificial gem of paste or glass, often with facets that sparkle in imitation of a diamond.
[After the Rhine (translation of French caillou du Rhin : tiara. The bride carried a hand-tied bouquet of red amaryllis amaryllis (ăm'ərĭl`ĭs), common name for some members of the Amaryllidaceae, a family of mostly perennial plants with narrow, flat leaves and with lilylike flowers borne on separate, leafless stalks. and roses. Tucked inside the bouquet was a monogrammed handkerchief that belonged to her great-grandmother, Mrs. Emmette Hale Sr.
Bridesmaids were Jeanelle Caraway caraway, biennial Old World plant (Carum carvi) of the family Umbelliferae (parsley family), cultivated in Europe and North America for its aromatic seeds. , friend of the bride, and Madilyn Hale, sister-in-law of the bride. The bridesmaids wore strapless gowns of red peau de soie peau de soie
A soft silk fabric of satin weave having a dull finish.
[French : peau, skin + de, of + soie, silk.] satin, accented by crystal bodices. They carried hand-tied bouquets of white roses and green hydrangeas. Honorary bridesmaids were Angela Martin, Jennifer Guckert, Rosemary Eicher, and Leslie Maranto.
Groomsmen were Charles Brunetti, brother of the groom, and Jay Hale, brother of the bride. Ushers were Christopher Hale and Dave Hale, cousins of the bride.
The sanctuary was beautifully adorned with holiday flowers and greenery. Memory candles were placed on each side of the altar in loving memory of the couple's late grandparents. The unity candle used during the ceremony was the one used by the bride's parents at their wedding in the same church thirty years ago.
Providing music for the ceremony were Nancy Warren, pianist, and Martha Strong, organist. Vocalists were Ginger Todd, Patsy Gardner, Deborah Moore, and Jeff Young. Samantha and Haley Webb served as program attendants. The wedding director was Sylvia Alford.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the welcome center of the church, which was beautifully decorated in a festive holiday theme. Hostesses were Courtney Hale, Emily Hale, Shelley Howarth, Kelley Brunetti, and Suzanne Whitten.
Following a honeymoon in Costa Rica, the couple currently resides in the Deerfield community south of Canton. The bride is an attorney with the Jackson law firm of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, and Berkowitz, and the groom is an account executive with NovaStar Mortgage, Inc.