Felecia Ann Parker and Bobby Ray Green were united in marriage at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, on the Terrace at Robinson Center. Bishop Kenneth Robinson of Antioch Full Gospel Baptist Church officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Elizabeth Parker and Cecil S. Parker , both of Little Rock, and the late Adolph Johnson of Scott. Her grandparents are the late Easter and Louis "Fritz" Johnson and the late Rosie and Joe Galburth.
The groom is the son of Harvey and Rose Green of Little Rock and the late Ruth Ann Green. He is the grandson of the late Clara and Louis Spencer, the late Rebecca Hughes and the late Harvey Green Sr.
Vows were exchanged under a white canopy. White columns held arrangements of roses, asters and other wedding flowers. Music was by Marquis Green, Sheila Butler-Parker, Lee Clark and Bobby Downum.
The bride, who walked down the aisle with her stepfather, wore an ivory A-line gown. The bodice had illusion sleeves, a V-neckline and low back. The tulle skirt extended to a sweep train. She carried a bouquet of navy and blue wedding flowers.
The bride's honor attendants were Contrena Bowie of Little Rock and Tracey Batch of San Antonio. Bridesmaids were Valeria Williams, Angel Peugh; Bridgette Parker and Anna Louise Lewis, sisters of the bride, all of Little Rock; and junior bridesmaid was Madisyn Green of Maumelle, daughter of the groom. The attendants wore lace halter-style dresses -- the honor attendants in plum and bridesmaids in marine blue.
Flower girls were Milan Owens and Milaysia Williams, both of Little Rock. Bell ringers were Micah Cooper of Bryant and Taylen Bozeman of Little Rock. Ring bearers were Mikaelyon Peoples of Bryant and King Owens of Little Rock.
Best man was Lee Berry of Hensley. Serving as groomsmen were Pete Rouse of Scott and Patrick Holley, Kevin Taylor, Roslyn Tensley and Diamonnic Simmons, all of Little Rock. Junior groomsman was Keithan Green of Little Rock, grandson of the groom.
Guests were seated by Michelle Galburth, Miyia Peoples and Roxcena Smith, all of Little Rock, and Mikael Peoples of Bryant.
A reception was held at the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce. Guest tables held glass vases decorated with rhinestones and filled with wedding flowers.
The bride has a bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a bachelor's degree in media communication from Webster University. She is employed with the Arkansas Department of Education in research and technology.
The groom attended UALR and is a former marine. He is director of safety and security at the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The couple will live in Little Rock after a wedding trip to the Caribbean.
High Profile on 09/30/2018
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