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Kellie Diane Southerland of Mustang and Jonathan David Vincent of Edmond exchanged wedding vows at 7 p.m. May 13, 2011 at Tres Suenos Winery in Luther with Homer Southerland, bride’s grandfather, officiating.
Bride is the daughter of David and Janice Southerland of Oklahoma City. Her grandparents are Homer and Jean Southerland of Santa Fe, N.M., and Herb and Hannah Rodden of Oklahoma City.
Groom is the son of Gordon and Cindy Vincent of Duncan. His grandparents are Gerald and Betty Vincent of Duncan, and Flossie Knott and the late Ivy Knott of Duncan.
Musician was Jon Hinkle.
Tres Suenos Winery was decorated with the natural setting of the wooded area in the vineyard, a few twinkle lights, white netting altar and a sunset. Southerland was escorted by her father, David Southerland.
Southerland’s dress was an ivory satin off-shoulder ball gown with unembellished ivory tulle. Her veil had handmade peacock feathers and black pearl comb. She carried while, long-stem calla lilies with trimmed peacock feather accents.
Maid of honor was Amy Southerland, bride’s sister. Bridesmaids were Melody Winters of Oklahoma City, Yasmin Vila Limo of Locust Grove and Anna Jones of Tulsa.
Attendants wore indigo V-neck spring dresses with handmade black pearl necklaces and trimmed peacock feather combs. They carried three long-stem while calla lilies with trimmed peacock feather accents.
Best man was Grant Devero of Norman. Groomsmen were Chris Vincent of Denver, Colo., Travis Kiser of College Station, Texas, and Lucas Norton of Oklahoma City.
Ushers were Andrew Robinson of Norman and Corey Helms of Norman.
Reception was at Tres Suenos Winery. Ashlie Turley of Oklahoma City was the guest book attendant.
Rehearsal dinner was May 12 at Mackie’s Steakhouse in Edmond. Gordon and Cindy Vincent, groom’s parents, hosted the dinner.
Wedding trip was in Fredericksburg, Va. Residence after the trip was Mustang.