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|Martha Anderson: April 14, 2011|
Truly the most beautiful wedding and reception were held this past weekend at St. Paul's United Methodist Church with a breathtaking lighted garden reception at Squire Creek Golf and Country Club. Michelle Herold and Andy McIntyre married with perhaps the finest of everything in many guests' memories of fabulous occasions.
Chris Allums did the great decorations in the church which featured crab apple branches on the altar with green snowball pom poms at the base of the arrangements. Mother of the bride, Susan Wolff Herold wore a magnificent aubergine strapless gown with ribbons of Chinese silk designed by Tadashi Shoji. Brothers and cousins of the bride, Brown and Hart Wolff of Shreveport presented the rings on pillows stuffed with lavender and made from antique textiles found in Belgium which in days gone by the fabric was used on priests' robes. The bridesmaids carried pink esperanza roses in bouquets with heather, pale French tulips wrapped with satin ribbons and knots tied with drop pearls...
The message at the wedding was, "Always keep Christ first and with a close relationship with Jesus, the marriage will be closer to living life to the full as God wants for all of us." The amazingly gifted Amanda Reeves sang, The Wedding Prayer. The minister told Andy to ask Michelle every morning if he is fun to live with? We could all learn a thing or two from that line.
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Martha Jane Anderson retired from University of Louisiana-Monroe after 35 years of service as Assistant Dean of Students and SGA Advisor. She is married to Patrick H. Anderson Sr., has two children, and four grandchildren.