NORMAN — Tiffany Joy Curry and Trey Kirby, both of Noble, exchanged wedding vows May 10, 2014, at the Old United Design Building in Noble. The Rev. Scott Ward, of Noble, officiated the ceremony.
The ceremony was by the waterfall in the gazebo decorated with white tulle, roses and sunflowers. The reception was inside the atrium and banquet room decorated with roses, sunflowers and burlap.
The bride is the daughter of Brad and Julie Curry, of Noble.
The groom is the son of Melissa Kirby, of Noble.
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her dad to the “Butterfly Waltz.” The bride and groom assembled a unity cross to the song “Love Never Fails,” by Brandon Heath. And they shared their first dance to the song “Like Jesus Does,” by Eric Church.
The bride wore a strapless mermaid-style gown covered in lace, beads and small pearls with a satin corset back. She wore a veil borrowed from her sister. The edges of the veil were covered with beads and small pearls. She also wore her grandmother’s pearl necklace and earrings.
She carried a bouquet of red roses wrapped in lace and ribbon. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of sunflowers wrapped in lace and ribbon.
Serving her sister as matron of honor was Bethany Wiginton, of Noble.
Bridesmaid were Abby Archer, of Moore, and Kelsey Kirby, of Noble.
Junior bridesmaid was Courtney Johnson, of El Dorado, Kan.
Best man was Nathan Kirby, brother of the groom, of Noble.
Groomsmen were Colby Collett, Casey Jones and James Wiginton, all of Noble.
Ringbearer was James Jones, of Noble.
Serving as ushers were Matthew Pickle, of Conway, Ark., Sam Johnson, of El Dorado, Andy Harmon, of Noble and Paul Jacobsen, of Noble.
Flower girls were Kennedy Gray, of Noble, and Morgan Demeter, of Norman.
Attending the guestbook were Sydney Fox and Madison Gray, both of Noble.
The couple celebrated their honeymoon in Fort Morgan, Ala., and will make their home in Noble.
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