Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alfred Brickhouse, IV

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Wedding: Hardison-Brickhouse

Published 10:36pm Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Molly Susannah Hardison and Samuel Alfred Brickhouse, IV were married Saturday, September 8, 2012, at four in the afternoon at the family creek house in Belhaven, NC, with Curtis White officiating. The double ring outdoor ceremony overlooked Pungo Creek, with a colonnade decorated with ferns and wandering Jew. The aisle was adorned with baby’s breath.
The bride is the daughter of Bryant E. Hardison, Jr. and Susan Hardison of Bath, NC. She is the granddaughter of Jacqueline Newberry of Washington, NC; the late Gilbert Singleton of Washington; and the late Mr. and Mrs. Bryant E. Hardison, Sr., of Bath.
The groom is the son of Nancy Brickhouse of Bath, and the late Samuel A. Brickhouse, III. He is the grandson of Martha Davenport of Bath; the late Johnny R. Davenport, Jr.; Cynthia Brickhouse of Bath, and the late Samuel A. Brickhouse, Jr.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore a strapless full length gown of ivory chiffon with empire waist and carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas.
Addison Davenport of Bath was flower girl, and Landon Davenport of Bath was ring bearer. Shay Brickhouse and Joshua Hardison, both of Bath, served as ushers. Wanda White was mistress of ceremony and Courtney Leffelman was register attendant.
Immediately following the ceremony, the groom’s family hosted the reception. Guests were entertained by the band “Inertia,” and shortly after sunset sky lanterns were released in honor of the groom’s father to the song “How Far Is Heaven.”
An after-rehearsal dinner was held Friday evening at the Fish Hooks Cafe in Belhaven, hosted by the bride’s parents.
The bride is currently attending Beaufort County Community College for Business Administration and is employed at Stanadyne Corporation in Washington.
The groom earned an Associate Degree for Applied Science in Business Administration from BCCC and manages the family store, True Value, in Bath.
The couple is residing in Bath, NC.

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