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Kindred - Wicker

Thursday, December 4, 2003

SIKESTON -- LaJacqueline Michelle Kindred and Jason Adam Wicker exchanged wedding vows in a 6 p.m. ceremony July 12, 2003, at the Church on the Rock. The Rev. Curtis True, pastor, performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Stephen and Sherry Plunk and Charles Kindred of Sikeston and the bridegroom's parents are Larry and Melinda Wicker, also of Sikeston.

Music for the ceremony was provided by the Rev. Larry Davis of Sikeston and the bride and bridegroom sang "Always" to each other.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a Mori Lee bridal gown, created of pearl satin which featured embroidery and beading at the scalloped neckline and waistline. The gown was complemented with a cathedral train and her two-tiered bridal veil was attached to a diamond tiara. Her bridal bouquet was made with antheriums, hydrangeas, stars of Bethlehem and Queen Anne lace.

Sarah Wicker attended the bride as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Heather True, Amanda Scherer, Lauren Deane and Kristy Woods. They carried hydrangea bouquets. Miniature bride was Hope Mannon and flower girl was Bobbi Sue Treadway.

Justin Tidwell served the bridegroom as best man. Groomsmen were Tyler Green, Brandon Sparks, Dustan Heaton and Ryan Knuckles. Miniature bridegroom was Houston Sindle and ring bearer was Jonah Woodruff. Ushers were Scott Mannon and Dennis Mannon.

Candlelighters were Terri Manon and Shelia Turner.

The wedding was coordinated by Scott Graham, where Randy Green attended the sound booth and the ceremony was videotaped by Shane Wicker and Jason Schriber.

Decorations and food for the reception, which was held at the Manhattan Room, were provided by Scott Graham and Marlene Davidson. Hors d' ouvres were also served. Billowing from the ceiling and draped around the columns was white material centered with grape vines. Grapes, candles and wisteria accented the tables along with swan ice sculptures. The six-tiered wedding cake was created with edible grapes and ivy.

The bride is a licensed practical nurse and her husband is employed with Carpenters Union Local 1770.

Following a honeymoon trip to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Wicker are residing in Sikeston.