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December 10, 2012

Couple united in marriage

Ada —  

Ada residents Heather Michelle Holland and Forrest John Cave were united in marriage Oct. 27, 2012, at Camp Simpson in Bromide, with Johnny Watson officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Kerry and Charlene Holland of Ada. She is the granddaughter of Peggy Holland, Ada, and the late Cloyce Holland and Lois (Walters) Morgan, Ada, and the late Charles Walters.

The bridegroom is the son of Forrest Cave and Stephanie Miller of Antlers. He is the grandson of Dean and Jane Cave and Chester and Ruth Maynard, all of Antlers.

The bride was given in marriage by her father, Kerry Holland. The maid of honor was the bride’s mother, Charlene Holland. The bridegroom’s mother, Stephanie Miller, was the bridesmaid.

The bridegroom’s father, Forrest Cave, was the best man, and the groom’s uncle, Sam Maynard, was groomsman.

The bride pre-recorded two songs that she sang for the groom as a surprise to him, and they were played in the ceremony — Dara Maclean’s Yours Forever and Ingrid Michaelson’s The Way I Am. The bride chose sunflowers in remembrance and in honor of her great-grandmother who lived in Kansas.

The reception took place at Camp Simpson and was hosted by the bride’s parents. Reception assistants were Tonya Cave of Antlers and Tanya Morgan of Paris, Texas, sisters of the groom; Shelby Hill of Norman, friend of the bride; and Dana Hill of Ada, friend of the bride.

The couple took a wedding trip to Broken Bow Lake and Hot Springs, Ark. Following the trip, the couple made their home in Ada.

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