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Couple Wed At Mansion Wedding Comb

Lauren Nicole Castleberry and Thomas Hunter Vaught were united in marriage on June 25, 2016 at the Marland Mansion. The Rev. Robert Montgomery officiated the vows.


The bride is the daughter of Joe and Ginger Castleberry of Edmond. The groom is the son of Tom and Kathryn Vaught of Nichols Hills.


Grandparents of the couple are Francis and Mona Sage of Ponca City and Richard C. and Gloria Day of Oklahoma City.


Wedding colors were blush, salmon, gold and mint. Boston Ferns lined the steps. Periwinkles of blush and salmon were inside the Terrace Gardens.


Castle lanterns marked the beginning of the aisle and Shepard hooks aligned the aisles with ribbons attached to vases and carnations. Wedding fans were given to guests with imprinted expressions from the bride and groom. Guests also received individual bubbles to blow after the couple was pronounced husband and wife.


Kacee Allison of Oklahoma City and Alicia Hall of Edmond served as guest book attendants. Hunter Castleberry, the bride’s brother of Edmond, and Bobby Davis, also of Edmond, served as ushers.


The musical program included Taylor Swift’s “Love Story.”


Rachael Richardson of Oklahoma City served as flowergirl. She wore a blush princess dress. Bennet Richardson of Oklahoma City served as ringbearer. He wore a white shirt with gray pants and a bow tie.


Emily DiCenso of Oklahoma City served as Maid of Honor and Bekah Phelps, also of Oklahoma City, served as Matron of Honor. Serving as bridesmaids were Emily Ousely of Edmond, Shelby Jackson of Missouri, Jessie Chapman of Edmond and Gillian Hamilton of Edmond. They wore blush gowns with individual styles chosen by each bridesmaid and carried a bouquet of baby’s breath.


Kevin Winters served as Best Man. Groomsmen were Christopher Vasso of Guthrie, Josh Miller of Oklahoma City, Robert Johnson of Oklahoma City, Taylor Richardson of Oklahoma City, Allan Langston of Oklahoma City and Kris Murray of Edmond. They wore gray suits with white open collar shirts. The groom also wore a gold bow tie.


The bride wore a white dress with layers of lace and tulle with a sweetheart neckline. The veil was made from her mother’s veil and mounted on a delicate comb. She carried a bouquet of peonies, roses and lambs ear. The bride followed tradition and wore her mother’s veil. Her grandmother’s wedding diamond was also in the bride’s ring setting. Something new was her earrings and her garter was blue.


The father of the bride wore his actual suit he wore at his wedding 27 years ago. Both the bride and groom’s mother’s wedding dresses were on display at the reception. The bride also wore her great-grandmother’s head piece during the reception.


During the ceremony, the bride and groom planted a Black Diamond White Flowering Crepe Myrtle in a pot which will be planted at their home.


A reception was held following the ceremony at the Marland Mansion. Table centerpieces were lanterns and engagement pictures of the couple were on display.


The four-tiered wedding cake was vanilla, chocolate and red velvet with butter cream frosting. Peonies and roses adorned each layer. Three specialty bars were also offered at the reception including s’mores on the patio, popcorn with various toppings and a candy bar.


A DJ provided music and a photo booth with props was available for guests. The couple departed the reception in a 1947 burgundy Lincoln Coupe owned and driven by Dr. Paul Davis.


The couple went to St. Lucia on their honeymoon and will live in Oklahoma City. The bride is a radiation tech and the groom is a commercial real estate broker.


Special out-of-town guests were Doug, Becky and Bryanna Hall of Tennessee, Mike, Janie and Adrienne Sage of Kansas and Jim and Johnnie McConaghy of Colorado