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17/10/2015

Curry and Danishek marry

Dr. Alecia Elaine Curry and Michael Joseph Danishek were married on Aug. 15, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in Mount Pleasant at South Jefferson Baptist Church with Dr. Tommy Oglesby, pastor of South Jefferson Baptist Church, officiating.

The bride, Dr. Alecia Elaine Curry, currently resides in Atlanta, Ga., formerly of Mount Pleasant. She attended Mount Pleasant High School, Baylor University, University of Texas Medical School, and Emory University Medical Residency Program (anesthesia department). She is employed as an anesthesiologist at Grady Hospital in Atlanta, Ga., and she is an associate professor of anesthesia at Emory University. She is the daughter of Rhonda and Allen Curry; the granddaughter of Betty Johnson of Mount Pleasant and the late Harold Johnson of Athens; and Nancy Curry and the late Leon Curry of Jacksonville.

The groom, Michael Joseph Damishek, of Atlanta, Ga., attended Tucker High School and Reinhardt College. He is employed by Smoke Rise Baptist Church as director of multimedia productions. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Danishek of Ellijah, Ga.; and the grandson of the late Rosie Charles Danishek, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter, all of Atlanta, Ga.

Dr. Alecia Elaine Curry and Michael Joseph Danishek

The bride looked elegantly radiant in a beautiful custom-designed ivory A-line gown by Pronovius. The bridesmaids dresses perth featured a bateau neckline delicately defined by pearl accented redrode lace. Lace appliques sprinkled with pearls covered the bodice of tuille over ivory peau-de-soie. Lace appliques with ivory and gemstones embroidery cascaded gently past the waist of the gown to midway down the chapel length skirt of multi-layered English netting. The waist was accented with a gemstone belt tied with ivory ribbon in the back.

The cathedral length veil of bridal illusion was framed with Alecon lace with beaded and sequined embellishments.

The bridal bouquet was a mixed floral arrangement of coral peonies, white O’hara garden roses, coral calla lilies, apricot ranunculus and Juliet garden roses, touched with variegated bush ivy. The stems were wrapped with coral satin ribbon and finished with an antique rhinestone broach.

The bridesmaids wore coral floor length gowns by J. Hjelm. Each dress was in a design chosen by each bridesmaid.

The attendants’ bouquets were made with coral roses, yellow stock, white hydrangeas, soft pink ranunculus, and campanella garden roses with stems wrapped in coral satin ribbon to match the bride.

The matron of honor was Jennifer Newhouse, of Mount Pleasant, sister of the bride.

The bridesmaids were Dr. Britini Eklund, of Atlanta, Ga., friend of the bride; Molly Johnson, of Gainsville, Ga., friend of the bride; Nicole Cox, of Tyler, friend of the bride; Krista Davidson, of Roswell, Ga., sister of the groom; Lydia Morales, of Mount Pleasant, friend of the bride; Dr. Ellen Richter, of Atlanta, Ga., friend of the bride; Jessica Weaver, of Dallas, friend of the bride; Jennifer Brown, of McKinney, friend of the bride.

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The junior bridesmaid was Ashlyn Davidson, of Roswell, Ga., niece of the groom.

Flower girls were Milie Jo Hefner, of Mount Pleasant, friend of the bride; and Tinsley Davidson, of Roswell, Ga., niece of the groom.

Best men were Carter Danishek, of Woodstock, Ga., brother of the groom; and Dr. Richard Danishek, of Elijay, Ga., father of the groom.

The groomsmen were Blake Asters, of Anaheim, Calif., friend of the groom; Antowyn Smith, of Conyers, Ga., friend of the groom; David Prophitt, of Greer, S.C., friend of the groom; Everett Bracken, of Lilburn, Ga., friend of the groom; Brad Curry, of Mount Pleasant, brother of the bride; and Ryan Ecklund, of Atlanta, Ga., friend of the groom.

The church was decorated with eight massive floral arrangements of various colors of roses, ranunculus, calla lilies, hydrangeas, yellow stock, and variegated ivy, spaced from the entrance of auditorium to the platform area. The platform also held seven large candelabras holding 150 candles covering the backdrop of stage. Each pew on center aisle was softly marked with ivory organza and a bouquet of ivory and coral roses and baby breath tied with ivory ribbon.

Wedding music was provided by Evergreen Strings Ensemble of Marshall.

Vocalist were Amy Douglas of Dallas and Jimmy Thompson of Longview. They performed “The Broken Road”, “I Will Be Here”, and “The Prayer.”

Photography was provided by Joyce Cook Photography of Mount Pleasant; Heidi Carter Photography of Mount Pleasant, and A Thousand Word Productions of Tyler.

The parents of the bride hosted a dinner and reception in the main hall of the Titus County Civic Center. The wedding colors of coral and grey were carried out with grey tablecloths, white lace overlays and coral linen napkins. Tables were decorated with fresh flowers that coordinated with bridal bouquet and multi-level water-filled lighted cylinders. Bridal party tables were decorated with extra tall clear vases and large floral arrangements to match table arrangements.

All floral arrangements for wedding and reception were provided by La Bella Blooms of Longview.

The dinner and fruit and vegetable cascades were provided by Traditions Restaurant of Tyler.

Beautiful ice sculptures with the initial ‘D’ on the bottom and Alecia and Michael on the top, done by James Papas Ice Sculptures of Dallas.

The bride’s four-level cake alternated layers of white chocolate vanilla and strawberry with buttercream icing. Mixed flowers adorned the top layer of the cake and the bottom layer was circled by coral and ivory roses and variegated ivy. The bride’s cake was by Calavera Cakery of Longview. The groom’s cake had three square layers. It was a triple chocolate cake covered in chocolate ganache and chocolate peanut buttercups by Weddings, Etc. of Mount Pleasant.

The reception entertainment was provided by Moore Entertainment Group of Mount Pleasant with DJ services and a photo booth. The reception also featured a caricature artist from Two Faced Entertainment Services of Dallas.

At the close of the reception, the bridesmaid and groom were given a bubbles and balloons send off. They left in a 1959 chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce limousine.

The couple honeymoon in Ocho Rios Jamaica. They will return from their honeymoon and reside in Atlanta, Ga.

A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s family at Los Pinos Winery in Pittsburg.

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