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|Braxton, Hough marry Aug. 25|
Brandi Rochelle Braxton and Daniel Luke Hough were united in holy matrimony on Aug. 25, 2007 at the Farmerville Church of Christ. Brandi is the daughter of Brian and Cindy Braxton of Farmerville. Luke is the son of Tony and Ann Hough of Saline.
Brandi is the granddaughter of Bee and Carol Stewart of Farmerville and Tommy and Sharon Braxton of Pollock. She is the great-granddaughter of Lois Nick of West Monroe. Maggie Langston and Vera Thomas of Marion served as honoree great-grandmothers. Luke is the grandson of Richard and Jessie Johnson and Marshall and Cloteal Hough, all of Saline.
Brandi is a graduate of Ouachita Christian School and ULM, with a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Teaching at Louisiana Tech University.
Luke is a graduate of Cedar Creek and Louisiana Tech University, with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering at Louisiana Tech University.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore a full white satin gown with a cathedral train. She carried a hand-tied bouquet of daisies as she entered to a recording of the “Bridal March” played by her Grannie, Sharon Braxton. Matron of Honor was Katy Craig, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids Cherie Siratt, Joanie Williams, and Crystal Freeman carried a summer arrangement of Gerber daisies. Best Man was Tony Hough, father of the groom. The groomsmen were brothers of the groom, Mark Hough and Adam Hough, and brother-in-law, Buster Craig.
Multitudes of tiny white lights, fresh greenery and white tulle draped the columned stage as Don Delukie officiated the ceremony. Guests were greeted by Gillian Hough at the guest book, and ushered by Pavlos Hajistathi, Josh Stewart, and Neil Roshto. Candle lighters were Montana and Dakoda Nelson. Joellen Lee sang solo “I Will Be Here” during the unity candle ceremony and signing of the license. Ariel Johnson coordinated the music. Photographers were Todd Stewart and Amanda Johnson. Madeleine Griffith, Cheyenne Nelson, and Dillon Nelson distributed bubbles after the reception. The newly weds departed in a romantic horse drawn white carriage.