Caudle, Hancock wed in October ceremony
Kristine Marie Caudle, daughter of Sandra Caudle of Prudenville and Jeffrey Caudle of St. Helen, and Samuel Jordan Hancock, son of Donald and Michelle Hancock of Prudenville, were united in marriage Oct. 2, 2010.
The double ring ceremony took place at Houghton Lake Wesleyan Church and was officiated by the Rev. Bryan Thompson. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
The bride wore a white, strapless taffeta gown with beading and pearls across the bodice, accented with a medium train. She carried a bouquet of black magic roses with white Gerber daisies.
A pearl and diamond necklace along with an 88-year-old heirloom was given by Lisa Thompson, grandmother of the groom, to be worn for sentiment.
Serving as maid of honor was Samantha Slivinski, friend of the bride. She wore a strapless, satin, full-length gown of claret, accented with white trim at the bodice.
Bridesmaids were Elizabeth Caudle, sister of the bride, Jennifer Caudle, sister of the bride, Shannon Rankin, friend of the bride, Kelsea Hancock, sister of the groom, and Kaz and Karlee Green, friends of the bride. They all wore strapless, satin full-length gowns of claret, accented with black trim at the bodice. They carried bouquets of white Gerber daisies.
The best man was Anthony Ciaramitaro, friend of the groom. The attendants were Rick Silva, friend of the groom, Ryan McMartin, friend of the groom, Logan Hancock, brother of the groom, David Howard, friend of the groom, Kory Banning, friend of the groom, and Tyler Lorenz, nephew of the bride. They wore black suits with claret vests, accented with miniature white Gerber daisies.
Ushers were Lee Hancock and Donny Hancock, brothers of the groom.
The mother of the bride wore a black dress accented with diamonds at the waist. The mother of the groom wore a gray, satin tiered dress. They wore wrist corsages of red roses and miniature Gerbers.
The fathers of the bride and groom wore black suits with miniature white Gerber corsages.
A reception was held at the Houghton Lake Historical Playhouse, Prudenville, for 250 guests. Tables were decorated with white and claret linens, diamonds and martini glasses with white candles.
The bride is a 2005 graduate of Roscommon High School and works as a manager of Bath & Body Works, West Branch. The groom is a 2005 Houghton Lake High School graduate and works at Lear Corporation in Roscommon. The couple lives at Lake James in Prudenville.