Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Ashley Nichole Randall of Summerville, South Carolina and David Wesley McGee of Bassett, Virginia were married at The Gatherings in Dorchester, South Carolina on June 15, 2013. The bride’s step-grandmother, Mable Fulmer, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Daniel and Donna Randall of Aiken, South Carolina and David and Reslie Rienas of Abingdon, Maryland. Ashley is a 2006 graduate of Summerville High School and a 2010 graduate of the University of South Carolina. She is employed as a marketing consultant with the Summerville Journal Scene.
The bride wore an ivory strapless mermaid style gown. It featured a sweetheart neckline, beaded bodice and lace-up closure back detail. Her father, Mr. Daniel Randall, gave her in marriage.
The groom is the son of Mr. Dewey Bowers and Mrs. Patricia Bowers of Bassett, Viriginia. He is a 2006 graduate of Bassett High School and a United States Marine Corps veteran. David is currently enrolled at Trident Technical College pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering and is employed at The Boeing Company in North Charleston.
Miss Nikki Pearcy served as the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Beatrice Bui and Miss Anna Bigham. Flowergirls were Miss Paige Lawter and Miss Alanah Hands.
Mr. Dennis Mehnert served as the best man. The groomsmen were Mr. Josh Hands, Mr. Steven Randall (brother of the bride), Mr. Steven McGee (brother of the groom) and Mr. Stuart Styles. Ushers were Mr. Jonathan Randall (brother of the bride) and Mr. Dewayne Bowers (brother of the groom) The couple’s dog, Texas Ranger, was the ring bearer.
The couple enjoyed a honeymoon in St. Lucia. They reside in Summerville.
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