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Cathaleen M. Cook and John B. Gray, both of Indian Land, were married at 2 p.m. Sept. 10, 2011, at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church by the Rev. Daniel Porter.
The bride is the daughter of Robin and Butch Cook of Indian Land. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. She is employed with Comporium Communications.
The groom is the son of Sarah and Butch Gray of Indian Land. He graduated from Indian Land High School and is employed with SAEDACCO.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
The bride wore an ivory strapless A-line gown with a soft sweetheart neckline. It featured pleated detailing on the bodice with beaded designs with Swarovski crystals accenting the corset back and side hip. She wore a veil with accents of pearls and crystals. She carried a bouquet of yellow and pink gerber daisies, yellow roses, white orchids, green hydrangea and purple wax flowers.
Maid of honor was Amanda Cook of Indian Land, sister of the bride. She wore a one-shoulder buttercup-colored twist wrap dress.Bridesmaids were Erick Collins and Tiffany Weatherford, cousins of the bride, and Desiree Kinneer, all of Rock Hill. The bridesmaids wore the same dresses as the maid of honor, each in a different style.
Best man was Parker Gray of Kenova, W.Va., son of the groom. Groomsmen were Chris Gordon of Catawba, Ray Forrester of Lancaster and Adam Lucas of Fort Mill.
Ushers were Chuck Cook and Preston Burgess, both of Fort Mill, and Andy Controne and Kaleb Collins, both of Rock Hill, all cousins of the bride.
A reception was held in the Pleasant Valley Baptist reception hall. The couple left the reception in a 1931 Model A sedan driven by the bride’s grandfather, the same car they restored together years ago.
After a honeymoon at Half Moon Cay, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, San Juan and Grand Turk, the couple lives in Indian Land.