Crump and Prince exchange vows
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Mr. Bradley Montez Prince and Mrs. Almelia Jean Crump Prince
Mr. Bradley Montez Prince and Mrs. Almelia Jean Crump Prince
On Saturday, April 15, 2006, at 3 p.m., the Bloomfield Missionary Baptist Church in Cadiz was the setting for the exchange of wedding vows for Almelia Jean Crump of Cadiz and Bradley Montez Prince of Paris, Tenn., with the Rev. E.A. Brown, pastor of the bride, officiating the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Esper Terry Crump, Jr of Cadiz and the late Dorothluia Irvin Crump.

Grandparents of the bride are the late Marjorie Venus Irvin and the late Chandler Wright.

The groom is the son of Lois Prince and the late Bing Gallian.

Grandparents of the groom are the late Wade and Alice Prince.

The bride was dressed in a white bridal gown from Eden Bridal. The front of the dress was adorned with pearl beads attached like flowers and roses. Tank top dress, the back of her dress buttoned up the back with see-through white lace with white pearl buttons. Back of dress had roses down the back of a 6-inch train with diamonds and rose petals. She wore a white pearl necklace. Her veil, made by Phyllis Gardner, was a 6-inch veil with a headpiece trimmed in pearl beads with gold lining.

The bride carried a bouquet, made by her cousin Pery Radford, of white roses trimmed with periwinkle and baby’s breath with white and gold, trimmed in lace.

The bride was escorted down the isle and given in marriage by her father, Esper Crump, Jr.

Marjorie Ann Edwards, sister of the bride, Louisville, served as Matron of Honor. Marjorietta Dorothea Elizabeth Tyler, daughter, Cadiz, was Maid of Honor. Maryetta Anderson and Patricia Ann Crump, both of Cadiz, and Debbie Lynne Crump, Louisville, all sisters of the bride, served as Bride’s Maids.

The attendants wore periwinkle ankle-length off-the-shoulder dresses with shag at the top and bottom. They carried a bouquet of periwinkle, lined in blue and white lace with the words “With Love” on streamers, which were made by Phyllis Gardner, cousin of the Bride. Their outfits were accented with silver shoes.

The two Flower Girls, Jaden and Jakyah Acree, great nieces of bride, wore white lace dresses, white gloves, and wore white ribbons in their hair, and carried white lace baskets.

Ringbearer was Montize Prince, son of the groom.

The groom chose his best friend, Charles Edward Van-Dyke, II, of Mansfield, Tenn., to serve as his Best Man. Groomsmen were Vernon Lewis Crump, brother of the bride, Cadiz, Marcus Hopson, friend, of Memphis, Tenn., and Allen Thompson, friend, of Clarksville, Tenn., and John Black of Cadiz.

Serving as ushers were Esper Crump, III, brother of the bride, and James Curtis, uncle of the groom.

Bridgette Lyle of Paris, Tenn., sister of the groom, kept the guest register.

Music was provided by Anthony Wilkerson, William E. Anderson II, nephew of the bride, and Christoher Gardner. Songs included “Eye on the Sparrow,” “As Long As Your Love Don’t Change,” “All My Life,” “Here and Now,” and a special reading by her daughter, Marjorietta Tyler.

Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church. Penny Radford, Teresa Curlin, Shelia Radford, Betty Radford, and Christina Radford, all of Cadiz, were hostesses. The bride’s cake was 3-tiers with stair steps in white, trimmed with white roses and periwinkle petals trimmed in silver. Bride and groom on top lined with a heart trimmed in white lace.

The groom’s cake was a chocolate cake trimmed with maintenance tools for decoration.

Following the reception, they honeymooned in a cabin at Prizer Point Marina in Cadiz.

The couple is now making their home in Cadiz.

There was a surprise bridal shower given at Shady Lawn by Laura Hughes and Carolyn Oliver with all other employees involved. A bachelor party was given for the groom in Memphis, by Charles Van-Dyke, II, and Marcus Hopson.
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