Mr. and Mrs. William EdgarMr. and Mrs. William Edwin Edgar were united in marriage on Oct. 20, 2012 at Center Ridge Baptist Church.
Rev. Daryl Oster, pastor of Center Ridge Baptist Church, officiated the double ring ceremony.
The bride, the former Helen Duell, is the daughter of Marshall Jr. and Nancy Duell of Bentonia. She is the granddaughter of Selma McBeth of Yazoo City.
The groom is the son of Archie and Angie Edgar III of Yazoo City. He is the grandson of Mollie Edgar of Yazoo City.
During the ceremony, James Throntill sang Surely the Presence while the grandparents were seated. Phil Dixon and Audrey Creek sang When I Said I Do while the unity candle was lit.
The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a halter top, low neck, slim white dress with flower accents. Her shoulder length veil was accented with pearl beads and flowers. She also wore a pearl necklace, earrings and bracelet.
Dee Parker, sister of the bride, served as Maid of Honor.
Bridesmaids were Nicole Duell, Stephanie Martin and K’Dee Uthoff.
The bridal party wore pastel blue dresses with white and pastel blue roses and magnolia limbs in their bouquets.
Hannah Parker served as flower girl, wearing a white dress accented with pastel blue ribbon.
Adam Edgar served as ringbearer.
Archie Edgar III, father of the groom, served as Best Man.
Groomsmen were Matt Edgar, Josh Vick and John Duell.
Ushers were B.J. Duell, J.D. Duell, Kolby Duell, Tony Baker and Archer Vick.
The bride’s mother wore a peach dress while the groom’s mother wore a brown dress.
The bride’s grandmother wore a long pastel blue dress.
The reception was held in the fellowship hall of Center Ridge Baptist Church.
Destany Tarver greeted guests as they entered the reception.
The bride’s table held the three tier white wedding cake, decorated with blue roses. Nuts, mints and white grape juice surrounded the cake.
The groom’s table held a three tier cake, topped with a bass. Nuts, Cheese Straws and sausage balls surrounded the cake.
The cakes were served by Lance Foster, and Cindy Ward served punch.
Lisa Peeples served as director of the wedding.
Kaitlyn Davis and Alaina Parker distributed birdseed bags for the couple’s exit.
A rehearsal dinner was held on the night before the wedding in the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church.
The dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents and included fried fish, fries, hush puppies and chicken tenders.
The couple left the wedding reception in a Ranger bass boat by owner Richard Morgan, fishing partner of the groom.
The couple’s wedding trip was in Natchez.
The Edgars will live in Yazoo City, where the bride is a dog groomer and the groom is employed by WBYP Radio.