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Aycock, Kavanaugh exchange vows

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Amy Aycock and Jason Kavanaugh, both of Dubach, were united in holy matrimony in a 6:30 p.m. ceremony Oct. 19 at the Historic Fire Station in Ruston.

The Rev. Jerry Whitman officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Billy and Cathy Aycock. She is the granddaughter of the late Lavelle Aycock, the late Virginia Aycock, the late Jerry Brown and the late Betty Brown.
Jason is the son of Jay Kavanaugh and the late Terri Kavanaugh. He is the grandson of the late Bob Dennard, the late Maxine Dennard, the late James Kavanaugh and the late Edith Kavanaugh.

The bride given in marriage by her parents wore an exquisite gown by Maggie Sottero. The sweetheart bodice featured delicate cap sleeves of Venetian lace creating a Mandarin keyhole in the back. The empire bodice was framed with intricate Swarovski crystals and seed beads. The filled silhouette was covered in ivory lace. Alencon lace encircled the trumpet skirt and illusion train. A single layer veil adorned the bride. The ivory lace hem complimented her gown perfectly.

Serving the bride as matron of honor was Jennifer Patton, of Ruston. Bridesmaids for the ceremony were Tiffany Cooper, of Dubach, Kimberly Kavanaugh, of Ruston, and Brittney Aycock, of Dubach.

The bride’s attendants wore gowns fashioned in flowing floor-length mocha chiffon, each dress featured a strapless sweetheart neckline and asymmetrically draped bodice with an empire waist.

Serving the groom as best man was Heath Miller, of Dubach. Groomsmen for the ceremony were Luke Fraley, of Ruston, Jay Kavanaugh, of Dubach, and Benjamin Aycock, of Dubach. Serving as ushers were Doug Cooper and Jerad Barmore, of Dubach.

Flower girl for the ceremony was Laney Grace Cooper, of Dubach, and ring bearers were Colton Cooper and Owen Cooper, of Dubach.

Dianne Harmon served as wedding coordinator.

Music was provided by Kellie Shuff.

After the ceremony as reception was held at the Historic Fire Station where the staff of Kacees Sugar and Spice provided and served the bride’s cake and catering. Deneise Barlow provided and served the groom’s cake.

Prior to the wedding a rehearsal dinner was held at the Historic Fire Station on Oct. 18. The dinner was catered by Linda Peevy, and was hosted by Jay and Kimberly Kavanaugh.

The couple was honored with a few showers prior to their exchange of vows.

On Aug. 10, a miscellaneous shower was held at the Ropp Center. The shower was hosted by Kimberly Kavanaugh, Jennifer Patton, Tiffany Cooper, Brittney Aycock, Robbi Newsom, Morgan Garrison, Katherine Kavanaugh, Kay Anderson and Patsy Tippit.

On Sept. 19, a miscellaneous shower was held at Northern Louisiana Medical Center. The shower was hosted by the staff of the Women’s Center at NLMC.

On Oct. 5, a miscellaneous shower was held at the home of Pat Love. The shower was hosted by Pat Love, Lil Finley, Ramona Miller and Karin Jones.

A bridal luncheon was held Oct. 19 at the Boardwalk Salon. The event was hosted by Ginger and Linda Aycock.

After a honeymoon to Disney World in Orlando, Fla., the couple plans to make their home in Dubach.

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