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Cassady Robinson marries Joshua Knight

Posted: July 13, 2017 3:26 p.m.
Updated: July 14, 2017 1:00 a.m.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Knight

   Cassady Robinson and Joshua Knight were joined in marriage at Hidden Oak Acres in Cassatt, South Carolina on Saturday, May 27 at 6:00 p.m. Rev. Dean Elliott and Rev. Don Coppedge performed the double-ring ceremony.

   The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Robinson, Jr. of Cassatt. S.C. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Cassady of Cassatt, S.C, and William T. Robinson, Sr. of Cassatt, S.C. and of the late Mildred Robinson. 

  The bride is a graduate of Columbia College and received her Bachelor degree in Biology. 

   The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Levern Knight of Kershaw, S.C. He is the grandson of Ms. Betsy Knight and the late Wesley Levern Knight of Kershaw, Mr. Richard Austin of Kershaw and the late Patsy Austin.

  He is a graduate of Andrew Jackson School. He is a supervisor at ELG Utica Alloys.

  The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mr. William T. Robinson, Jr.

  She wore a stunning mermaid gown by designer Maggie Sottero. Its elaborate brocade lace detail was accentuated by the rich cream lining and beautiful ivory tulle skirt. The delicate illusion neckline carried over to the back of the gown which was completed by classic covered buttons. 

  The bride’s veil was a cathedral length veil with lace detail, which her mother had worn 34 years prior when she married Cassady’s father..

  Her bouquet was a cascading garden of pink peonies.

  Ms. Taylor Vincent of Kershaw, served as maid of honor.

  Mrs. Jill McCathern of Kershaw, served as matron of honor.

   Bridesmaids were Mrs. Katie Sanmann of Cassatt, Mrs. Heather Knight of Kershaw and Ms. Rachael Reynolds of Kershaw.

   Each bridesmaid wore a rose gold floor length sequined gown named the Gemma, by Theia. A luminous mermaid gown, the Gemma, featured a high bateau neckline and a plunging scoop back. The bridesmaids looked sleek and sophisticated, and the pop of rose gold glitter added a touch of unexpected glamour to Cassady’s big day.

  The groom’s father, Mr. Roderick Levern Knight served as best man.

  The groomsmen were Daniel Knight of Kershaw, Clay Cassady of Cassatt, Tristian McCathern of Kershaw and Jason Knight of Lancaster.

  Lillian Noel Sanmann of Cassatt was the flower girl.  She wore a gold sequin top dress with a pink tulle skirt.

  The ring bearers were Gaines Lloyd Sanmann of Cassatt and Brody Daniel Knight of Kershaw.

  Mother of the bride, Mrs. Glenda Robinson, wore a tea length navy sequin dress with lace appliques and a sheer back and neck to match the bride’s dress.

   Mother of the groom, Mrs. Sharon Knight wore a dark purple floor length sequin dress.

  Grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Doris Cassady wore a simple sequin lace top champagne colored tea length dress. 

  Grandmother of the groom, Ms. Betsy Knight wore a navy floor length dress that had a lace over lay at the top with sequins attached. 

  Music selections during the ceremony were: DJ Tj McKay 

  Mothers Entry Song: I do by Colbie caillat 

  Bridal Party Song: Marry Me by Train 

  Brides Song: A Thousand Years by Christina Perri 

  Unity Song: Holy by Flordia Georgia Line 

Processional song: Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours by Stevie Wonder 

  Flowers were handled by Surcees (Kathy Wall).

  When the guests arrived they were taken on the hill by golf carts. After arriving they immediately saw white doors that were paired with a set of whiskey barrels on each side. Accompanied with the doors were two large flower arrangements on both sides of the doors made up of snap dragons, green amaranths, hydrangeas and peonies. A burlap runner ran down the aisle and ended at a cross with a flower arrangement made of snap dragons, hydrangeas and peonies. Between the cross was an old table that held the unity cross braid. An old sling back chair was placed for the pastor (Rev. Don Coppedge) who baptized both of them. There were seven white church pews padded in burlap on both sides of the aisle.

 At the reception the bride changed into her mother’s wedding dress that had been altered into a cocktail length dress with a lace V-neck and back with a detachable train. Everything on the dress was her mom’s. The train was the exact train her mother wore at her wedding.

   Four large party tents made up a square. Within the middle of the tents was a raised dance floor that had the couple’s monogram and wedding date projected onto it. Lights were strung in all the tents. 

  The guests were served for the cocktail hour fruits with a white chocolate mousse, veggie stray, pimento cheese with homemade bagel chips, chicken salad in mini waffle cones, and boiled peanuts in their monogrammed wedding cups.

  For dinner the bride and groom served their favorite chicken strips, BBQ slides and coleslaw. There was a mash potato bar and biscuit bar. A popcorn and candy bar was also provided. The entire event was catered by Old South.

   The wedding cake was a complete surprise to everyone, including the bride and groom. It was 4.5 feet tall that had gold foil on it with fresh peonies. In the middle was a bow with more gold foil and the bottom was made to look like the bride’s dress and tulle and eatable lace.  Sylvia’s Cakes and Things was the designer of the special cake.

  The table cloths for the wedding were gold and rose gold sequin. Rose gold runners were on the guest tables accompanied with gold vases and fairy lights were in each of   them. 

  In the cocktail tent the tables were tied with gold and pink bows and had gold picture frames that held the couple’s engagement pictures. 

  There was also a kid’s chalkboard table.

 A memory table displayed the family members who were deceased.  On the table was a jar of white tulips.

  A photo both was provided. 

  Heidi Graves Photography was there to take the many memorable photos.

  The couple traveled to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic for their honeymoon. They stayed at the Royalton Punta Cana in a private swim out suite with butler service.

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