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Roadcap-Dorn

Jessica Leigh Roadcap and David Michael Dorn were married June 27 at the Scarritt-Bennett Wightman Chapel in Nashville, Tenn.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Roadcap of New Market. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dorn of Calhoun Falls, S.C.

The Rev. Lee P. Kennerly performed the double-ring ceremony. Brooks Parker was pianist and organist and Erika Chambers and Justin Easton were vocalists.

Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore an ivory re-embroidered lace strapless gown with a pleated body and trumpet skirt. She wore a knee-length veil and small ivory flower hairpin and carried a clutch-style bouquet of silk light pink and yellow roses, light green hydrangeas and tulips.

The maids of honor were Alyssa Merkel of Nashville and Alyssa Busch of Raleigh, N.C. They each wore a black knee-length cocktail dress with a light blue sash with a pinned flower broach and carried a clutch-style bouquet of light yellow and pink roses, light green hydrangeas and white tulips.

Bridesmaids were Brandy Miller of New Market, Jessica Coakley of Mt. Jackson, Katie Cline and April DiChiara of Nashville and Mandi Wall of Spring Hill, Tenn. Their attire was identical to the honor attendants' except for the pins.

The groom's father was best man. Groomsmen were Jonathan Dorn of Greer, S.C. and Matthew Dorn of Charleston, S.C., brothers of the groom, Corey Roadcap of New Market, brother of the bride, Matthew Shea of Clemson, S.C., and Justin Eason and Ben DiChiara, both of Nashville. Ushers were Alex Gleason of Charleston and Jason Wall of Springhill, Tenn.

A reception followed at the Embassy Suites at the Nashville airport.

Prenuptial entertainment included bridal showers given by the bridesmaids and the rehearsal dinner given by the groom's parents at Merchant's Restaurant in Nashville.

The bride, who earned a bachelor of business administration degree in music business from Belmont University in 2008, is a performing artist and songwriter.

The groom, who earned a bachelor of music degree in piano performance from Belmont University in 2007, is the music director at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. He co-owns and operates Red Reel Productions and is a piano instructor.

Following a wedding trip to Sandals Dunns River Villaggio in Jamaica, the couple are living in Nashville.

Ryman-Sheetz

Patience Elisabeth Ryman and Eric Michael Sheetz were married June 13 in Fort Valley.

The bride is the daughter of Mary and Sonny Ryman of Toms Brook. The groom is the son of Patty and Mike Sheetz of Toms Brook.

The Rev. William Greer performed the double-ring ceremony.

Given in marriage by her daughter, Ella Anderson, the bride wore a white satin full-length gown with teal accents and carried a bouquet of wildflowers and roses.

The flower girl was Allison Sheetz, daughter of the groom. Nathan Sheetz, son of the groom, was ring bearer.

A reception followed at the Strasburg American Legion river lot.

The bride is a graduate of Strasburg High School.

The groom, a graduate of Strasburg High School and Virginia Tech, is employed by Simon & Associates of Blacksburg.

Following a family trip to Hershey Park, Pa., the couple are living in Pearisburg.

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