Delancey & Nichols
Sara Delancey and Dr. Todd Applewhite Nichols were united in marriage on October 23, 2010
Sara Delancey and Dr. Todd Applewhite Nichols were united in marriage on October 23, 2010 at The Cathedral of Saint Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Jackson with Rev. Gerard Hurley officiating the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Delancey of Bentonia. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. McKinnon of Morton, and Mrs. Jane Fortenberry and the late Mr. James T. Delancey, of Brandon. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Aubrey Nichols of McComb. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gwinn H. Gordon of Flowood and the late Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Norwood Nichols Sr. of Flowood. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her friend Susan Turner. The bridesmaids were Ashton McKinnon, Abbie Murphy, Alecia Tucker, Darla Daigle, Glenna Olinger, Cystal Sessums, Laura Woods, Leslie Webb, Ashley Guttuso and Sharee Powell. Dr. Aubrey Nichols, father of the groom, served as best man. The groomsmen were Joshua Delancey, Jacob Delancey, Richmond Nichols, Kevin Daigle, David Hollingsworth, Jerry Abdalla, Jesse Frohn, Mohammad Ali, Nathan Dickson and Ian Makey. Laura Lane Nichols served as the flower girl. The ushers were Joshua Delancey, Jacob Delancey, Kevin Daigle and Richmond Nichols. Mona Nichols served as director of the wedding. The bride given in marriage by her father, John Delancey, wore a strapless Lazaro ivory-hand beaded and embroidered silk organza gown with chantilly lace insets and curved neckline. The elongated
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torso with a circular skirt flowed into a chapel-length train. The veil was fingertip length with beads. The bride carried a modern interpretation of the classic bride’s bouquet featuring a base of French and tea roses in shades of cream and white with miniature French calla lilies, covered with cream colored cymbidium orchids with lavender throats. A collar of hypericum berries finished the bouquet. The bridesmaids wore strapless black satin full-lenth skirt gowns with a drop waistline accentuated by a pleated bodice and sweetheart neckline, designed by Bill Levkoff. The bridesmaids carried bouquets consisting of deep pink roses and cymbidium orchids interspersed with miniature roses and deep purple miniature French calla lilies. The bouquets were finished with seeded eucalyptus and hypericum berries. The mother of the bride wore a designer black Jade Couture asymmetrical floor-lenth, one shoulder silk dupioni gown with an accent at the hip and strap. The groom’s mother wore a black silky crepe strapless A-line dress with an embroidered and hand-beaded bodice and a matching bolero jacket with vented three-quarter length sleeves by Montage by Mon Cheri. The nuptial music during the seating of the grandmothers was “Ave Maria” by Schubert. Processional music was “Trumpet Voluntary” by Clarke, and the recessional was “Hornpipe” by Handel. Music was performed by organist Jimmy Scoggins.