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This article was published March 25, 2012 at 5:59 a.m.

Kami Taylor

— Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church was the setting at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 17, for the marriage of Kami Sue Taylor and David Coleman. Officiating were Mayor Mark A. Stodola, uncle of the bride, and the Rev. Jeffery B. Hampton.

Susie and Ronald L. Taylor of Dardanelle are the parents of the bride. She is the granddaughter of Mary Chivers of Little Rock, the late Joe John Chivers of Conway and the late Addie Mae and Albert Taylor of Dardanelle.

The groom is the son of Carolyn and the late John W. Coleman of Jonesboro. His grandparents are Phil Alford of Lewisville, the late Virginia Alford and the late Anne and Estes Coleman of Jonesboro.

The altar held a large arrangement of purple gladioli, orchids, irises and carnations, white Casablanca lilies and bells of Ireland. Music was by organist Ansley Fleming and vocalist Craig Wilson. Guest book attendants were Jeannie Coleman of Lewisville and Laura Safdie of New York.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white strapless gown of silk-taffeta and carried a bouquet of white peonies, purple orchids and clover along with her mother’s handkerchief and her grandmother’s cameo pendant.

Chrissy McEntyre was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Allison Wilson of Little Rock, cousin of the bride; Anna Fagan of DeRidder, La., sister of the groom; Monica Holland of Springdale; and Lindsay Irvin, also of Little Rock. They wore strapless, knee-length dresses in purple and carried bouquets of purple and green hydrangeas and purple sweet pea.

Flower girl and ring bearer were Hadley Fagan of DeRidder, niece of the groom, and Brady McEntyre of Maumelle.

Michael John Coleman of Lewisville served as his brother’s best man. Groomsmen were Kyle Taylor of New York, brother of the bride; Jason Fagan of DeRidder; Brett Taylor of North Little Rock; and Clifton Gregory of Little Rock. Guests were seated by John Stodola and Robert Stodola, both of Little Rock and cousins of the bride.

A reception at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center followed the ceremony. The buffet table held a large arrangement of purple, white and green wedding flowers. Guest tables alternated centerpieces of glass cylinders filled with green apples and wedding flowers and green clover in large clay pots. Music was by The Dizzy 7.

The bride is a graduate of Arkansas Tech University in Russellville with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications. She was the president of Zeta Tau Alpha, a majorette captain and homecoming queen. She serves as an education events coordinator with the Arkansas Bankers Association.

The groom is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville with a bachelor’s degree in finance and business administration. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and a senator with the Associated Student Government. He is studying at the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge and is vice president and loan review manager with Simmons First National Corporation.

The couple will live in Little Rock after a wedding trip to Maui, Hawaii.

High Profile, Pages 43 on 03/25/2012




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