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Weddings

November 19, 2011

Josh and Shayla Van Horn

Ada —  

Josh and Shayla Van Horn were married Oct. 8, 2011, at Fossil Creek Ranch.

Parents of the bride are Steve and Debbie Sutton. The bridegroom's parents are John and Cheryl Van Horn.

Ed Bray, Konawa, officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony outside under an oak tree. The celebration continued into the reception with dancing.

Wedding colors were purple and chocolate brown. Flowers were purple cala lilies and red sunflowers with purple peacock feathers.

The wedding party, including the bride, wore cowboy boots. 

The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father and given away by her parents.

Matron of honor was Whitney Rowland. Bridesmaids were Eliza Van Horn, Chelsey Van Horn, Kristin Baugh and Tiffany Cathey.

Lee Van Horn was best man. Groomsmen were Shane Sutton, Wes Curtis, Donny Walker and Dusty Rowland.

Flowergirls were Shylee Sutton and Rylee Hayes. Brayden Curtis was ring bearer.

Walkers and dogs  included Boggie Fowler and Prissy, Roland Fowler and Tootie.

Photographer was Krissy Bohannon, Ada.

The couple spent five days in the Grand Cayman Islands on their honeymoon.

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