Mr. and Mrs. Jason Samuel Moore

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Wedding: Swanner-Moore

Published 8:41pm Sunday, November 25, 2012


Tammy Lynn Swanner and Jason Samuel Moore were married Saturday, October 13, 2012, at 1:00 o’clock at the Festival Park in Washington, N.C. The bride arrived in a horse-drawn carriage for the double ring ceremony, which was officiated by Capt. Joe Sizemore. Music was by DJ Keith Manning of  BoCo LoCo.
The bride is the daughter of A.G. and Linda Swanner of Washington, N.C. The groom is the son of Bill and Ann Moore of Wilmington, N.C.
The bride, escorted by her father, carried a bouquet of white and pink roses with baby’s breath. Regina Harp of Washington attended the bride as matron of honor and her bouquet was of white and pink roses and stargazer lilies. Flower girl was Arin Lynn Swanner of Washington, and Madison LynAnn Moore of Wilmington was ring bearer.
Serving as the groom’s best man was Andy Moore and the groomsman was Sam Pigott, both of Wilmington.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Festival Park on the Washington waterfront, hosted by The Belle of Washington and Bryan and Sue Muse. Assisting with serving were Debi Kethley and Gary Coletrain.
An after-rehearsal dinner was held Friday evening on The Belle of Washington, hosted by Blackbeard’s Restaurant. A black, white and hot pink theme was used in the decorations with pink carnations and white baby’s breath by Gurley’s Flower Shop.
The couple’s wedding trip was to Maggie Valley. They are now residing at 150 River Road, Washington, N.C.

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