NORMAN — Bethany Marie Curry and James Colton Wiginton, both of Noble, were united in marriage March 2 at Noble First Baptist Church.
Parents of the bride are Brad and Julie Curry, of Noble.
Parents of the groom are Debbie Hatheway, of Baton Rouge, La., and Kevin and Michelle Wiginton, of Purcell.
Scott Ward officiated the ceremony and Jason Robinson sang “God Gave Me You” during a sand ceremony.
“Love Never Fails” played as the bride was escorted down the aisle in her crushed ribbon mermaid-style dress with a strapless sweetheart neckline.
She carried white roses with purple calla lilies wrapped in black ribbon, her grandmother Rose’s handkerchief and her mother’s locket.
The bride’s sister, Tiffany Curry, of Noble, was the maid of honor, and Jessica Wilkerson, of Oklahoma City, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Shelbi Davidson, of Yukon, Chelsea Mosley, of Guthrie, and Cassidy Skitt, of Chickasha.
Brother of the groom, Jeremiah Wiginton, of Noble, and Jake McElhaney, of Blanchard, were both best men.
Groomsmen were Auston Davidson, of Yukon, Cody Mosley, of Guthrie, and Matt Costelow, of Oklahoma City.
Matt Pickle, of Conway, Ark., Samuel Johnson, of El Dorado, Kan., Paul Jacobsen, of Noble, Trey Kirby, of Noble, Carl Griffith, of Yukon, and Tyler Montgomery, of Oklahoma City, served as ushers.
Madison Gray, of Noble, daughter of Nathan and Nicole Gray, and Morgan Harper, of Norman, daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Harper, wore tea- length white dresses with purple sashes as flower girls.
Peyton Harper, of Norman, daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Harper, wore a straight white dress with a purple sash as ring bearer.
Courtney Johnson, El Dorado, cousin to the bride, was the guestbook attendant.
A reception was hosted at Covenant Church in Noble with a golf course groom’s cake and finger foods served by Caruso Catering.
After a honeymoon to St. Lucia, the couple resides in Norman.