Shakira Newport of Calhoun and Marshall Wilbanks of Chatsworth were married Feb. 19, at 5 p.m. at Plainville Church of God of Prophecy by Pastor Jerry Gaddis.
Parents of the bride are Kerry and Jerry Newport of Calhoun and parents of the groom are Aud-rey Keeler and Marshall Wilbanks.
All family and friends of the bride and groom were invited.
The bride was given in marriage by her father and mother, Kerry and Jerry Newport.
Songs included ‘Forever and Ever Amen’ by Randy Travis; ‘When you Say Nothing at all by Alli-son Krauss; ‘At last’ by Etta James; ‘Deeper than the Holler’ by Randy Travis and ‘Big Green Tractor’ by Jason Andean.
The setting was lighted with white tules wags with white bows. Pews were decorated with white, blue, silver and burgundy bows with adomed tule swags and a spiral 18 candle centerpiece.
The bridal party looked elegant in silk colors of navy blue, worn by the bride’s mother, Kerry Newport. Maid of honor, Amber Randolph, wore a silver dress and Hannah Hufstetler wore a deep silk burgundy dress.
The bouquets were made of burgundy hydrangeas, navy and white accent flowers and white roses.
The reception took place at the church they were married in and the tables were set with floating candles and hydrangea buds and navy and burgundy pedals. Banners of congrats were in silver and white and decorated bows allured the fun.
The couple honeymooned in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. and are currently residing in Calhoun.
Couple would like to thanks Candice Luttrell for providing photography services as a wedding gift and also Lyle and Vickie Lambert for honeymoon package.
They also would like to thanks Mr. and Mrs. Newport for all their help and time they gave to make their wedding everything and more a couple could have asked for.