Bridal Shower

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Sara Elizabeth Smith Sara Elizabeth Smith to to James Raymond Johnson
August 15, 2010 August 15, 2010 Officiated by Reverend Joseph Williams
Prelude Organist: Elizabeth Brown Officiated by Reverend Joseph Williams Organist: Elizabeth Brown

The Wedding of The Wedding of

Bridal Party Members Bridal Party Members
Parents of the Bride ......................................Roger and Amy Smith
Parents of the Bride..........................................Roger and Amy Smith Parents of the Groom .........................William and Rachel Johnson Parents of the Groom..............................William and Rachel Bride Maid of Honor .............................Barbara Smith, Sister of the Johnson Maid of Honor.................................Barbara Smith, Sister of Bride Bridesmaid ............................ Cassondra Smith, Sister of thethe Bride Bridesmaid.................................Cassondra Smith, Sister of the Bride Bridesmaid ......................... Jasmine Roberts, Friend of the Groom Bridesmaid..............................Jasmine Roberts, Friend of Groom Best Man .............................. Robert Herman, Friend of thethe Groom

Bridal Party Processional..................... Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring Prelude Bride’s Entrance ........................................................... Canon in D Welcome and Invocation Bridal Party Processional..........................Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring Prayer Entrance..................................................................Canon in D Bride's Reading ....................................................... 1 Corinthians 13:4–8a
Welcome and Invocation ..................................................Susan Long, Cousin of the Groom Prayer Homily Reading..............................................................1 Corinthians 13:4 -8a Exchange of Vows…...

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