The bride is the daughter of Mickey and Renee’ Green of Randleman, N.C. The groom is the son of Lynn and Doug Walker of Midway, and Carl and Carmen Pollock of St. Simons Island.
The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Jane Newman Brooks. The backyard columns were decorated with champagne colored tulle, and a cream colored chandelier adorned the center of the arbor. Aisle markers hung from shepherd’s hooks, and were decorated with cream colored roses, natural cotton bolls and thistle.
The unity table was decorated with loose branches of cotton, and featured monogrammed glasses filled with navy and champagne colored sand.
A program of wedding music included selections “Ave Maria,” “Cannon in D,” “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” and “Trumpet Voluntary.” The unity sand ceremony featured the song “When I Said I Do.”
The bride, given in marriage by her parents, and escorted by her father, chose a pearl colored satin gown with ivory lace and beaded accents. The A-line dress featured a sweetheart neckline with lace appliqués and beading, and asymmetrical pleats throughout the bodice. The back of the dress was corset style, with a chapel length, lace train.
The bride wore a waist-length veil, pearl drop earrings, her mother’s pearl bracelet and her grandmother’s wedding
ring, the late Hope Atwell. She carried a hand-tied bouquet of cream colored roses, thistle, natural cotton bolls and silver brunia.
Jodi Skeen of Seagrove, N.C., was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Rebecca Harrelson of New York City, Marquita Miller of Durham, N.C., and LeeAnn Kemp of Leesburg. They wore cocktail length, midnight blue, dupioni dresses, featuring a halter neckline, and full pleated skirt. They each wore matching pearl earrings and monogrammed bracelets, which were gifts from the bride. They carried hand-tied bouquets of roses, cotton and thistle. The flower girl was Brynna Skeen of Seagrove, N.C. She wore an ivory, sleeveless dress, with a midnight blue bow around her waist. She carried a basket of cream colored rose petals.
Carl Pollock, father of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen included Jake Pollock, brother of the groom, of Midway, Jake Pittman of Leslie, and Michael Smith of Athens. The men wore grey suits, with navy vests and navy ties featuring a white cotton boll print. Boutonnieres were made of natural cotton bolls. Ring bearer was Austin Peeler of Dawson, cousin of the groom.
The mother of the bride wore a scarlet colored, Thai silk, knee length gown, adorned with her grandmother’s two silver brooches. The mother of the groom wore a gold colored, sleeveless, knee length gown. The step-mother of the groom wore a dark green, sleeveless, asymmetrical gown. They each wore a wrist corsage of cream colored roses.
After the ceremony, a reception was held indoors, and on the lawn of Rosabelle Manor. Refreshments included the bride’s four-tiered, ivory, butter cream cake with chocolate filling. The tiers featured a quilted pattern on two layers, scroll work on one layer and a fondant circular monogram on the fourth tier. The groom’s cake was a marble cake with chocolate butter cream and a Georgia Bulldog logo.
The evening before the wedding, the groom’s families hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Adairsville Inn.
Following a cruise to Cozumel, Belize, Honduras and Grand Caymen, the couple resides in Rome.