Green- RobertsonPublished 9:25pm Saturday, October 16, 2010
Katherine Kincey Green and Ryan Christopher Robertson were married October 9, 2010 at 5:30 in the evening at the Grand Hotel, Point Clear, Alabama. Dr. Alan Wayne McBride of
Orange Beach United Methodist Church officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Kincey Green, Jr. of Selma. She is the granddaughter of Nell Calhoun Edwards and the late George Littleton Edwards and the late Anna Norris Green and Bailey Kincey Green of Selma. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Terry Robertson, Jr. of Lake Martin, Alabama. He is the grandson of Sherry Slovensky Howlett and James Edwin Howlett of Sulphur, Louisiana and Ann Brannon Robertson of Lake Martin and the late William Terry Robertson.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore the 1905 bridal gown of her great grandmother, Annie Lou Dudley Edwards. The ivory French laced gown, which was redesigned by her mother, featured an overskirt of three tiers composed of English netting and Venetian lace with each layer trimmed in ivory China silk. The bodice was made of satin overlaid with Venetian lace and English netting. A China silk cummerbund and a silk rose embellished the waist. The bride wore a chapel length veil of Italian tulle and trimmed in Alencon lace from her mother’s wedding dress. The bride carried a bouquet of gardenias and vendella roses.
Attending the bride as maid of honor was her cousin Mary Burton Odom, of Dallas, Texas. Bridesmaids were Elizabeth Yarbrough Ellis of Dallas, Texas, Alice Anne Yarbrough of Destin, Florida, Anna King Chatterton of Birmingham, all cousins of the bride and Tiffany Robertson Goolesby of Nashville, Tennessee, sister of the groom. The flower girl was the groom’s cousin, Anna Grace Sessions of Auburn. Lance Phillip Sessions also of Auburn served as crucifer.
William Terry Robertson, Jr. served as his son’s best man.
Groomsmen were Brannon Blake Robertson of Auburn, brother of the groom, Joshua Philip Barrett of Huntington, Texas, cousin of the groom, John-david Goolesby of Nashville, Tennessee, brother-in-law of the groom and James Littleton Odom of Dallas, Texas, cousin of the bride.
Wedding music was provided by the Steve Harmon Stringed Quartet and vocalists Joshua Barrett and Littleton Odom. The reception was held at Julep Point on the grounds of the Grand Hotel. After a wedding trip to Lanai, Hawaii, the couple will be at home in Arlington, Virginia.