Anna M. Farrow of Aiken and David M. Redd of Aiken were married on May 25, 2013 at 4:00 pm at Hopelands Gardens. The bride was given in marriage by her mother and father. Reverend Bill Howard III officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Bill and Loretta Farrow of Aiken. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Lott of Vaucluse and Mr. and Mrs. William P. Farrow of North Augusta.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. James Redd of Burnettown and Ms. Jacqueline Redd of Aiken. He is the grandson of Mr. Albert Bansavage and Mrs. Faye Holder of Salisbury, N.C. and Mr. James Redd Sr. and Mrs. Ruth Smith of Burnettown.
Mrs. Erin B. McFadden of Graniteville was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Lydia W. Bridges of Belmont, NC, niece of the bride; Caren F. Sansonese of Aiken, SC, friend of the bride; and Nichole C. Smith of Hollywood, FL, friend of the bride. Junior maids were Trinity Whalen of Burnettown, SC, niece of the groom, and Alivia Sansonese of Aiken, SC, friend of the bride.
Mr. James Redd Jr. of Burnettown, SC, was the best man. Groomsmen were Matthew Willard of Summerville, SC, friend of the groom; Marshall Olson of Aiken, SC, friend of the groom; and Robert McFadden of Graniteville, SC, friend and cousin of the groom.
Malon Robert McFadden of Graniteville, SC, was the ringbearer.
Emmie Beth Carter of North Augusta, SC, and Adriana Sansonese of Aiken, SC, were the flower girls.
Anna Lott, grandmother of the bride and Faye Holder, grandmother of the groom, served as honorary flower girls.
Musicians were Alicia Howard of Aiken and Mark Rosier of Graniteville. Lisa Neal of Aiken served as the wedding director.
Following a reception at Rye Patch, the couple left for their honeymoon to Maui, Hawaii.
They will reside in Aiken.
The bride is a 2009 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene.
The bridegroom attends Georgia Regents University and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. He is a United States Army veteran who served during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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