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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cleveland Parker IV

    Julie Elizabeth Parish and Frank Cleveland Parker IV were united in marriage on Saturday, March 5, 2011, at the Villa D'Or in Sayulita, Mexico.
    The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Parish of Austin, Texas. She is the granddaughter of Floyd E. Parish and the late Helen E. Parish and the late Honorable G. Fred and Rose C. Dibona.
    The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Parker III of Statesboro, Georgia. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Finney L. Lanier and the late Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Parker Jr.
    Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose an ivory silk shantung ball gown featuring a ballerina sweetheart bodice, a vintage fresh water pearl brooch and a chapel-length train. She carried a bouquet of coral tulips, tied with a silk ribbon, and an antique pin given to her by her mother.
    Holly P. Jordan of Austin, Texas, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Other bridesmaids were Lisa P. Fort of Savannah, Georgia, sister of the groom; Ashley Anderson of New York, New York, Brooke Bruner of Birmingham, Alabama, Jaclyn Platten of Boston, Mass., and Jenny Dahlen of New York, New York.
    Serving as best man was the groom's father, Frank C. Parker III. Groomsmen were F. David Parker of Denver, Colo., brother of the groom; Michael R. Parker of Dallas, Texas, brother of the groom; Neel Tanna of Fort Worth, Texas, Todd Wrigley of Atlanta, Ga., and Richard Combs of Winston-Salem, N.C. Wesley T. Bradshaw, cousin of the groom, served as usher.
    Following the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a cocktail hour, seated dinner and dance at the Villa.
    Julie and Cleve spent their honeymoon in South Africa, Mozambique and Rwanda and reside in New York City, where Julie is an associate with Davis Polk and Wardell LLP and Cleve is associated with J.P. Morgan in the investment banking division.

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