2010-09-29 / Living & Style

Peter, Miller speak wedding vows

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lee Peter Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lee Peter Katie Deanna Miller and Darrell Lee Peter were united in marriage in a beautiful ceremony at Notchaway Baptist Church on Saturday, August 28, 2010, at 4:00 in the afternoon.

Reverend Walter Daniels performed the ceremony for the bridal couple.

The bride is the daughter of Ronnie M. Miller Sr. of Iron City and Kitty H. Adams of Donalsonville. She is the granddaughter of the late Royce Cepheus Hornsby Sr. and the late Katie Lee Toliver of Colquitt and Tommy Geneva Miller and the late Lou Edward Miller of Colquitt.

The groom is the son of Gary Lee Peter of Colquitt and Tammy Hornsby of Bainbridge. He is the grandson of Charlie Rathel and the late Mattie Rathel of Bainbridge and Marcia and Ken Springstein of Florida.

Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a sweetheart strapless gown covered with lace appliques embellished with pearls and sequins with a chapel train. Her veil was decorated with scattered pearls and crystal edges accenting her pearl and crystal tiara. Her ensemble was completed with a diamond necklace and crystal earrings. She carried a bouquet with shades of pink, red and white roses accented with red and white lilies.

The bride chose her best friend, Chasidy Sexton, as her maid of honor. Her niece, Chloi Miller, served as flower girl.

The groom chose his grandfather, Charlie Rathel as his best man. Kendan Miller, nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer.

Serving as groomsmen were Ronnie M. Miller Jr., brother of the bride, and Cliff Bennett, brother of the groom.

Stephanie Miller, vocalist, sang “In This Very Room” during the wedding processional. The lighting of the unity candle featured the song, “From This Moment.”

Following the ceremony, the bride placed a flower on the grave of her late grandmother, Katie Toliver, to honor her memory.


A reception was hosted by the bride’s parents and close friends at Cotton Hall. Vicki Whitaker, Sheila Lane and Glenn Clenney provided the food and decorations for the reception.

The bride’s cake was a three-tiered, round pound cake with white icing that was decorated with pink roses and double heart cake topper adorned with white roses.

The groom’s cake was a two layer chocolate accented with a monogrammed “P,” topped with a runaway groom mounting a motorcycle with the bride pulling him back.

As the bridal couple entered the hall, DJs Jonathon Widner and Lance Carpenter announced the couple and their guests.

The bride shared a memorable dance with her father to Bob Carlisle’s “Butterfly Kisses.”

The groom danced with his mother to Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Down on the Corner.”

The evening ended with the bride and groom dancing to Eric Clapton’s “You Look Wonderful Tonight.”

The couple spent their honeymoon at Panama City Beach, FL. They now reside in Iron City.

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