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Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Nathan Singletary Jr.

    Sarah Marie Tucker and Dwight Nathan Singletary Jr. were united in marriage on October 6, 2012, at 6:30 in the evening at the Garden of the Coastal Plain at Georgia Southern University. The Rev. Joey Fennell and the Rev. Julian Ward, both of Statesboro, officiated the ceremony.
    The bride is the daughter of Kenny Tucker and Kathy Tucker. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker of Midway and the late Mr. and Mrs. Emerson “Red” Brown of Statesboro.
    The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Singletary Sr. of Swainsboro. He is the grandson of Mrs. Mary Frances Singletary of Swainsboro, the late Mr. Calvin E. Singletary of Tampa, Fla., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Lanier of Metter.
    Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a two-piece sleeveless gown featuring a V-neck front and back. The floor-length lace gown was accented by a scalloped lace sweep train, and the veil featured Swarovski crystals. Sarah carried a bouquet of green hydrangea, mango calla lilies, unique orange roses, hyperconium berries, white spray roses and burlap vine.
    Sarah Akins of Statesboro served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Whittney Boatright, sister of the groom; Julianne Blount, Marielle Singletary and Rachel Gunn of Swainsboro; Jada Mock of Jesup and Ashley Summers of Athens. Amanda Moogerfeld of Statesboro served as Sarah’s junior bridesmaid.
    The attendants wore teal dresses with a one-shoulder design. A beaded and sequined applique on the right hip added an elegant detail to the dresses. The attendants carried bouquets of hydrangea, calla lilies, roses, hyperconium berries and sunflowers.
    Serving as best man was the groom’s father, Dwight Singletary Sr. Groomsmen were Britton Boatright, Rich Daniels, Ashley Denney and Michael Singletary of Swainsboro; Mason Barker of Boise, Idaho; Bill Donaldson of Atlanta and Guy Singletary of Wrightsville. Ushers were Will Tucker, brother of the bride; Robert Ellis and Dustin Hardin of Statesboro and Matt Hutcheson of Macon.
    Ella Burke and Ava Sheppard were flower girls. Ella wore a dress that Sarah had worn as a child, and Ava’s grandmother made her dress to match.
    James Burke served as ring bearer. He carried the Bible of the bride’s late maternal grandmother, Nell Brown.
    Katherine and Rodney Thomas greeted the guests and handed out programs.
    Following the ceremony, the parents of the bride hosted a cocktail hour and reception at the Garden of the Coastal Plain.
    Sarah and Nathan enjoyed a honeymoon in Jamaica and now reside in Statesboro.

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