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Crumley/Rodgers
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Reanna and Brian Rodgers

Reanna Leigh Crumley and Brian Dean Rodgers were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Oct. 7, 2011, at Wolf Mountain Vineyards in Dahlonega. The bride is the daughter of Sandra Palmer Crumley of Gainesville, and Johnny V. and Terri Crumley of Gainesville. The groom is the son of J. Craig and Karen Bond Rodgers of Eatonton.

The Rev. Dwayne Wellborn performed the ceremony. Guitarist Bill Trippe, bass guitarist Heath Slaton, and drummer Hastin Slaton presented a program of wedding music.

The bride was presented in marriage by her father. The bride’s sister Kelley Crumley Trippe of Flowery Branch was matron of honor. The bride’s friend Sherry Chester of Athens was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the bride’s cousin Allison Little Wheeler of Gainesville, groom’s sister Jill Rodgers Maddock of Williamson, bride’s friends Brooke McBrayer Williams of Cumming, and Kristie Phillips Spier of Cumming. The bride’s niece Lillian Trippe of Flowery Branch, and the groom’s nieces Karcin Rodgers, Avery Maddock and Ashlyn Maddock all of Senoia, were the flower girls.

The groom’s father was the best man. Groomsmen were the groom’s brother Chad Rodgers of Senoia, groom’s brother-in-law Corey Maddock of Williamson, groom’s friends Vic Spier of Cumming, Jason Catarineau of Tavernier, Fla., and Matt Dumas of Brooks. Ushers were Buck Keel, Jake Trippe and Cody Rodgers.

The bride wore her mother’s cameo and carried a sixpence and her grandmother’s handkerchief.

The groom’s parents gave a rehearsal dinner at Provino’s in Cumming on the eve of the wedding.

The bride’s parents gave a reception at Wolf Mountain Vineyards in Dahlonega following the ceremony.

Following a honeymoon to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple reside with their son Jax Raylan Rodgers in Senoia.

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