Lowery – Hensley
Amanda Lynn Lowery and Matthew Taylor Hensley were united in holy matrimony on September 26, 2015, during a 3:30 p.m. ceremony at Ryan Nicholas Inn, Simpsonville, by Jason McCall.
A dinner and dance reception was held at the Pavillion at Ryan Nicholas Inn. The four-tiered bridal cake held fragrant fresh pink roses draped with pearls, monogrammed by an “H”, honoring the newly-weds.
The former Miss Lowery, given in marriage by her father, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. “Mike” Lowery. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Rachel I. Brewer, of Mullins, the late Mr. William C. “Red” Brewer, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Leland H. Lowery, who resided in Taylors. She is a graduate of Greer High School.
The groom is the son of Mrs. Jennie B. Hensley and Mr. David Hensley. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Byce, Sr., the late Mr. Robert Hensley and the late Mrs. Catherine Hensley. He is a graduate of Travelers Rest High School.
The bride and her attendants entered the church to A Thousand Years as the processional music.
For her marriage, the bride selected a blush gown in a Trumpeter design graced by ivory lace and an elegant Diamante-adorned waist sash. A Sweetheart neckline completed the timeless beauty of the gown.
A veil of pearls and crystal was held by a Swarovski crystal crown.
The bride carried a garden-style hand-tied bouquet of soft white hydrangeas, green mini hydrangeas, and various shades of pale and hot pink roses amid feathery primosa fern with eucalyptus.
Miss Rachel E. “B.B.” Lowery, as maid of honor, was joined by Mrs. Jennifer U. Rollins, as bridesmaid.
They wore sangria colored cocktail-length Alfred Sung dresses styled with a matching belt embellished by a crystal pin. The subtle hi-low graceful hemline of the skirt fell from a natural waistline.
They carried complimenting bridal bouquets dotted by a dahlia wrapped in silver, matching the groomsmen’s attire.
Jessie McCall, daughter of Jason and Katie McCall, and niece of the groom, served as flower girl. She was dressed in a cream creation completed by a ribbon sash and headband of fresh baby pink roses.
Jason Mann, as best man, served the groom along with Adam Cooper and Chris Clark, as groomsmen. Joining the attendants were Jobe and Judah McCall, sons of Jason and Katie McCall, nephews of the groom, as ring bearers.
Following their reception, the couple traveled to the Dominican Republic and will reside in Travelers Rest.