Reaves/Cowan wedding
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Heather Marie Reaves and Aubrey Ford Cowan were married Oct.13, 2012, at Weaver Congregational Methodist Church. Keith Merritt performed the ceremony. Music was provided by soloist Stephanie McClurg of Vestavia Hills.

Parent of the bride is Leisha Reaves of Weaver.

Parents of the groom are Thomas Moody Cowan Jr. and Wanda Ford Cowan of Piedmont.

Grandparents of the bride are Patricia Cathy of Jacksonville and the late Morgan Cathy.

Grandparents of the groom are the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Moody Cowan, formerly of Jacksonville, Fla., and the late Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Ford, formerly of Hokes Bluff.

Bridesmaids were Kelly Newman, Rachel Fischer, Jamie Merritt, LaRoyia Smitherman, Kelsey Martz, Jessie Newman and Crystal Bader.

The maid of honor was Holly Reaves, sister of the bride.

The matron of honor was Lindsey Kirkwood.

Groomsmen were Ryan Maddox, Josh Droxler, Eric Ray, Jesse Smith, Ryan Saccucci, Freddie Norton, John Davis and Jared Batey.

The best man was Thomas Moody Cowan Jr., father of the groom.

The flower girl was Abigail Newman.

The ring bearer was Ayden Maddox and Lyric Newman.

Ushers of the wedding were Charles Newman and Eric Newman.

Program and guest book attendant was Jessica Starr.

The bride wore a strapless A-line silhouette gown with fitted bodice that flowed into a soft chiffon skirt. The empire waist was accented with hand-beaded lace. The ruched detail on back of the gown was adorned with beaded lace from waist to hem. The bride wore a two-tier veil adorned with hand-sewn lace and pearl accents. She carried a bouquet of fresh white and cream hydrangeas, white and cream roses accented with baby’s breath and cream ribbon, held together with a piece of lace from the bride’s great-grandmother.

The reception was held at the Saks Community Center.

After a trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple resides in Spring Garden.
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