WICKLIFFE, Ky. -- Jessica Nichole Law and Tony Curtis Cantrell II exchanged wedding vows in a 3 p.m. ceremony Feb. 5, 2005, at Victory Baptist Church in Wickliffe. The Rev. Larry F. Fraser performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Jimmy and Dollie Law of Sparta, Tenn., and parents of the bridegroom are Tony and Cynthia Cantrell of Wickliffe.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Danny Freeland.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal white sleeveless gown fashioned with intricately designed seed pearls along the bodice area flowing down the multi-layered tulle skirt. Her elbow-length veil was secured to a jewel-encrusted tiara, and she carried a bouquet of white and blue roses made by Tammy Freeland.
Karen Sparks of Sparta served the bride as matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Melinda Flowers of Cairo, Ill., and Holly Butrum of Paducah, Ky.
Flower girl was Deidra Sparks, daughter of Karen Sparks of Sparta.
Best man was Ron Nolan of Sikeston, Mo., and groomsmen were J.R. Cantrell of Wickliffe and Corey Butrum of Paducah.
Preston Sparks, son of Karen Sparks, was ring bearer.
Candlelighter was Kayla Cantrell-Phillips of Bell City, Mo.
A reception followed at the church's life center, where guests were served by Jera Goodman and Amanda Harbison of Sikeston, cousins of the bridegroom.
Following a honeymoon to Reclusive Cabins of Patriot Getaways in the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg, Tenn., area, the new Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell are residing in Sikeston.