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Nancoo - Binkley Wedding

Mrs. Christopher Cody Nancoo

© 2015 Paris Mountain Photography

Paris Mountain Photography

Ansley Lauren Binkley and Christopher Cody Nancoo were married at 6:30 p.m. on June 13, 2015, at Spring Lake in Rockmart.

The bride is the daughter of Alan and Edith Binkley of Silver Creek. The groom is the son of Carla Crummer of Silver Creek.

Dr. Philip May of Rome performed the double-ring ceremony. Bouquets of blush pink roses and foliage adorned the arbor overlooking the lakeside ceremony site. Family pews were marked with mason jars filled with blush pink roses.  

A program of wedding music was provided by The TC Show of Cartersville. Selections included an arrangement of “A Thousand Years,” “Bridal Chorus,” and “Everlasting Love.”

Devin Binkley of Silver Creek, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Lindsay Bramlette of Rome, Heather Burnett of Rome, Jessica Tucker of Rome, and Jessica Murphy of Rome were the bridesmaids. They wore short dresses of navy chiffon featuring sweetheart strapless necklines and crossed styling at the bodices. They carried bouquets of blush pink Faith roses, tied in blush pink satin.

The bride, given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, wore a formal strapless gown of off-white chiffon and lace. The lace bodice featured a sweetheart strapless neckline. The ballerina skirt of layers of silk tulle finished into a chapel length train. A rhinestone belt completed the look. In her hair, the bride wore a fingertip veil of sheer illusion, edged with seed pearls and rhinestone accents. She carried a hand tied bouquet of blush pink Faith roses, tied in off-white satin.  

Aree Ogir of Roswell was the best man. Brandon Sellers of Hong Kong, Jeff Crummer of Silver Creek, Carl Hamilton of Brunswick, and Daniel Brown of Dallas were the groomsmen.  

The mother of the bride wore a short dress of navy lace over satin. The fitted dress featured cap sleeves and a round neckline with satin trim. The mother of the groom wore a short, pale pink chiffon dress with satin trim at the waist and spaghetti straps. The mothers were presented with nosegay bouquets of Faith roses.

Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the barn at Spring Lake. Refreshments included the bride’s four-tier strawberry cake with lemon filling. The confection was iced in buttercream and featured a paisley pattern along the first and third tiers, with an “N” monogram on the second tier.

The evening before the wedding, the groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at The Steakhouse in Rockmart. Other pre-nuptial parties included seven showers given by the couple’s friends, families, colleagues and church. Lindsay Bramlette hosted the bachelorette party in Chattanooga, and the groom’s best man, Aree Ogir, took him sky diving as a bachelor celebration.

After their honeymoon cruise to the Bahamas, the couple will reside in Silver Creek.