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Weddings

May 13, 2012

Lee — Tiffany

DUNCAN — Kaylynn (K.K.) Marie Lee of Duncan, and Andrew Ross Tiffany of Norman, exchanged wedding vows at 6 p.m. March 17, 2012, in the Bethel Assembly of God with the Rev. Frank Cargill and the Rev. Greg Tiffany officiating.

Bride’s parents are Rodney and Dede Lee of Duncan. Her grandparents are Dorenda and the late Harold Speed and Elizabeth and the late Sonny Lee, all of Duncan.

Groom’s parents are the Rev. Greg and Susan Tiffany of Tulsa. His grandparents are Earl and Martha Tiffany of Bethany and the late Fred and Iris Saye Ross.

Music was provided by soloist Heather Butler and pianist Rachel Butler, both of Checotah.

Adorning the front sanctuary were two large cherry blossom trees, several white pillars with candles and flower arrangements of coral roses, orange calla lilies and pink and white Gerbera daisies. Framed photos of the couple from their youth were displayed as aisle decor.

K.K. was escorted by her father, Rodney Lee.

She wore a soft white strapless, beaded gown with a ruched waist, an a-line skirt and chapel-length train.

Her veil was a soft white finger-tip. She carried a bouquet of coral roses, orange calla lilies, orange tulips and pink Gerbera daisies with pearls intertwined.

Matron of honor was Libby Lee of Weatherford.

Bridesmaids were Angela Tiffany of Norman, Morgan Sellers of Stillwater, Heather Butler of Checotah, Sara Lane of Cushing, Ericka Rice of Moore and Kylah Cauthon of Tahlequah.

Attendants wore short cotton sateen dresses in the color clover. They carried bouquets of pink aster, coral roses and pink Gerbera daisies.

Best man was Brodie Montgomery of Norman.

Groomsmen were Matt Pouder of Moore, Emmanuel Mbong of Norman, Matt Haben of Norman, Jack Tracy of Moore, Rhett Massengale of Stillwater, Kyle Lee of Weatherford and Phillip Nollen of Norman.

Ring bearer was Connor Tracy of Moore.

Ushers were Adam Quinn of Tulsa, John Mosesman of Norman, Brian Rathbone of Tulsa and David Jennings of Oklahoma City.

Reception was held in the Bethel Assembly of God Youth Center and the assistants were Ericka Tracy of Moore, Kari Tapley of Tulsa, Paige Wehunt of Cushing, Airika Blankenship of Jay and Mayra Lane of Norman.

Guestbook attendants were Deona Wingo of Tahlequah and Sam Rice of Norman.

Rehearsal dinner was a barbecue dinner in the fellowship hall at Bethel Assembly of God, hosted by the groom’s parents.

Destination of the wedding trip was Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

Residence after the trip is Moore.

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