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Smith - Reliford vows exchanged Saturday, April 22, 2006 at Trinity UMC

"We thank each of you for being here on our special day. Thank you to our parents for their support and advice in life and love. Thanks to our God for love, for second chances, and for giving us all more than we really deserve. (Love never fails - 1 Corinthians 13:8)." - a message from the bride and groom

Ashley Smith and Anthony Reliford were united in marriage by Pastor Steve Coffey at 4:15 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, 2006 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Columbia. The date was also the occasion of Anthony's 21st birthday. A reception followed in the Life Center next door to the church.

Anthony is the son of Jimmy and Joyce Reliford of Columbia. Ashley is the daughter of Ann High and Larry Smith.

Joey Page, cousin of the groom, was the best man. Groomsmen were Chris Larguero, Michael Bardin and Zach Kelsey, friends of the Groom, and Brian Miller, brother of the bride.

Vicki Maggard, aunt of the bride, was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Rachel McFarland and Danielle Stephens, friends of the bride, Janella Miller, sister-in-law of the bride, and Stephanie Loy, cousin of the groom.

Ring bearers were Preston Loy, cousin of the groom, and Leevin Smith, brother of the bride.

Caitlyn Loy was the flower girl. She is a cousin of the groom and the daughter of bridesmaid Stephanie Loy. Cody Maggard was her escort, cousin of the bride.

Ushers were Clint Maggard, uncle of the bride, Nick Luttrell, cousin of the bride and Andy Loy, cousin of the groom.

Guest book attendants were Lindsey Huff, friend of the bride and Phyllis Curry, cousin of the groom.


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Smith-Reliford vows exchanged at Trinity UMC



2006-04-23 - Columbia - Photo Linda Waggener. WEDDING VOWS WERE EXCHANGED BETWEEN ASHLEY SMITH AND ANTHONY RELIFORD Saturday afternoon at Trinity United Methodist Church in Columbia. The date was also the occasion of Anthony's 21st birthday. Anthony is the son of Jimmy and Joyce Reliford of Columbia. Ashley is the daughter of Ann High and Larry Smith.
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Flower girl Caitlyn with Mom, Bridesmaid, Stephanie Loy



2006-04-23 - Columbia - Photo Linda Waggener. LITTLE MISS CAITLYN LOY was the flower girl in the wedding of Anthony Reliford and Ashley Smith Saturday. In this photo Caitlyn sits in the lap of her Mom, bridesmaid Stephanie Loy, at the reception which followed the ceremony.
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