Weddings: Hudiburg – Bullard

Oklahoman Modified: July 19, 2012 at 3:23 pm •  Published: July 21, 2012
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Mr. and Mrs. Davis Hudiburg

Hudiburg – Bullard

Davis Riley Hudiburg and Frances Mackenci Bullard, both of Nichols Hills were united in marriage May 19, 2012. The Bride is the daughter of Donald and Candi Bullard of Nichols Hills. She is the granddaughter of Carol Evans of Oklahoma City, the late Greg Combs of Kingfisher, and the late Bill and the late Linda Bullard of Chickasha. She is the great-granddaughter of Frances Opdenhoff of Oklahoma City. She graduated from Heritage Hall and Baylor University. She is currently attending the physician assistant program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

The Groom is the son of David and Lezlie Hudiburg of Nichols Hills. He is the grandson of Evelyn Long of Oklahoma City, Lester and Jean Long of Kingston, Jean Hudiburg of Oklahoma City and the late Paul Hudiburg. He is a graduate of Heritage Hall and Baylor University, and is employed by Turner & Company.

The couple exchanged vows at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City. Mike Hays and Dr. Randy Spindle officiated. The Bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a Jim Hjelm ivory alencon lace over champagne charmeuse modified A-line bridal gown, sleeveless, with a V neckline front and back, champagne satin faced taffeta sash, and sweep train. Her veil was adorned with scalloped floral lace.

Maids of Honor were Charli Bullard and Emily Hudiburg. Matron of Honor was Brandi Brown. Bridesmaids were Jessica Adams, Tess Bullard, Taylor Derr, Anna Flagg, Lane Guerkink, Catherine Claire Lowenfield, and Laura Thompson. Serving as Bestmen were Andrew Hudiburg and Grant Hudiburg. Groomsmen were Allen Befort, Dru Bullard, Jon Carrillo, Jesse Conner, Wes Finch, Matt Gold, Tanner Mathias, Casey Talley, Bo Weathersbee, and Zach Woods. Flower Girl was Kennedy Whepley. Ring Bearers were Dax Brown and Burke Johnson. Candlelighter was Kirby Johnson. Program Attendant was Rylee Atkins.

A reception was held at the Midtown Renaissance Building on Automobile Alley in downtown Oklahoma City.


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