Settle, Caughlin wed
Robert and Judy Settle are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Season Alyeen Settle to Charles Bryant Caughlin, son of Charles P. and Billie Caughlin. The couple wed at 2 p.m. July 15, 2006, at the Lon Morris College Chapel, with Mark Beck officiating the double-ring ceremony.
Grandparents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Troyce Price of Longview. Grandparents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mancillas and Mrs. Charles B. Caughlin Jr.; and the late Charles B. Caughlin Jr., all of Temple.
Season was given in marriage by her father, Robert. The bride wore a floor-length diamond white strapless creation by Demetrios. Pearls and crystals adorned the bodice, hem and cathedral train of the gown.
The matron of honor was Melissa Settle. The bridesmaid was Amy Hesterley and flower girls were Meredith and Reagan Smith. The best man was Scott Rogers and groomsman was Brad Beissner. The ring bearer was Austin Cook. The usher was Stuart Sims. Micah Bateman and Ben Robinson served as musicians.
The bride is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University, with a bachelor’s of science degree in kinesiology and education. The groom is a graduate of Baylor University, with a bachelor’s of science in education.
A reception was held immediately following the wedding at Lon Morris College. After a trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, the couple will reside in Hewitt.
The wedding party included Trina Bateman, Angela Cook, Raven Ellsworth, Amy Gould, Clarissa Mize and Connie Tennison.
Settle, Caughlin wed
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