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Jordan McIntosh marries Jonathan Lee Man

Posted: August 29, 2017 5:06 p.m.
Updated: August 29, 2017 1:00 a.m.
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Mrs. and Mrs. Jonathan Lee Man

Jordan Rebecca McIntosh and Jonathan Lee Man were joined in marriage at Robert Mills Courthouse on Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 5 pm.

Reverend Javen Proctor officiated the double ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Steven M. McIntosh of Winnsboro, S.C. and Jill N. Jordan of Camden, S.C. 

Grandparents of the bride are the late Jack Jordan, the late Harry Napper, and surviving Mrs.Faye Napper. The late Jack and Mae McIntosh of  Camden. 

The bride is a graduate of USC  with a bachelor degree in early childhood development. 

The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. “Lee’’ Man (Gail & Chhaya) of Camden, S.C.

Grandparents of the bridegroom are the late Mr. and Mrs. Man Hokam Chham Chhea Man, of  Battambang City in Province Cambodia. Mr. and Mrs. John Pressley (Shirley) from Fort Lawn, S.C.

The groom is a graduate of Central Carolina with a mechanical engineering degree. He is the owner of Man’s Motorsports, Lancaster, S.C.

The bride wore a formal gown of ivory lace. The sleeveless gown had a sweetheart neckline and a satin ribbon belt that accented the natural waist. A slim column skirt and a chapel train highlighted the gown. A long cathedral veil was adorned with matching Alencon lace trim. She carried a  bouquet of white daisies, baby’s breath and pink roses.

The matron of honor was Chhasity Chham Martin, of Lugoff, South Carolina.  Jonathan’s sister wore a chiffon pink Alencon lace formal gown. She  carried a bouquet of white daisies and pink roses.

The bridesmaids were Halee Brooke Man (Jonathan’s younger sister) of Camden, S.C., Kelsey Hughes, of Manning, S.C. Taylor Jenkins, of  Camden S.C.

Each bridesmaid wore a petal pink chiffon dress, each individually styled to enhance the beauty features of each stunning bridesmaid from the shoulder down. The dresses were highlighted with a white daisy bouquet.

The groom wore a white oxford shirt, black suspenders, black dress pants, with white Van shoes and a pink bowtie. His boutonniere was white baby’s breath and a pink rose. 

The best man was Phalynn  Boi Phang, the groom’s cousin  from Texas.

The groomsmen were Jeremy Martin, Adam Earl both from Elgin, S.C., Christopher Catauccio from Lugoff, S.C.. The ushers were Jeff McIntosh, bride’s brother, from Great Falls, S.C. Mark Stokes,  from Camden S.C. and William McClung from Monroe, N.C.

They wore white oxford shirts, black pants, with white Vans. They sported the petal pink bowties. Their boutonnieres were white daisies and baby’s breath.

The mother of the bride. Ms. Jill Jordan wore a lace lavender sheath dress.

The mother of the groom, Mrs. Gail Man wore a navy sequined full length gown. 

Grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Faye Napper wore a lovely fuchsia pink, formal dress. 

Grandmother of the groom. Mrs. Shirley Pressely wore a formal blue white paisley dress. 

Musical selections for the bridal procession was Bruno Mars “Count On Me.’’ And the wedding march “Christine Perri “A Thousand Years’’. 

Robert Mills’s courthouse was formally decorated because of its historic structure with silver satin, lace, and satin ribbon. The theme was Rustic burlap lace linen. The banquet venue was enhanced with a 7ft arch with pink roses, geraniums and burlap lace. The formal dining setting was rustic burlap linen with mason jars,  crystal vases with white geranium silk flowers. The porch followed  with white lantern lighting and pink white lace for the wedding guest to enjoy the structure of the historical building and monument park.

A reception followed the ceremony. 

The guests were served a traditional buffet. Consisting of chicken, pull pork, ham, Cambodian salad, broccoli salad, cheese trays, fruit trays and green beans, macaroni cheese. The beverages were Charleston pink punch, lemonade and tea.

The couple had a wedding cupcake tower with pastel pink rose buttercream frosting vanilla, chocolate cake.

The couple welcomed their guests with dancing the groom dance with his mother Mrs. Gail Man, and the bride danced with her father Steve McIntosh. They  returned and dance with each other.

A special thanks to Pastor Javen Proctor at Bethel Worship, Camden, S.C., Longleaf Flower of Camden SC, Southern Events, Camden SC, Piggly Wiggly, Camden SC, Newman Furniture, T.J. McKay Entertainment and Music, Columbia SC, Evelyn Bridal Gowns of Camden S.C.  and Danny Grant photography. 

The couple went to the Bahamas on their honeymoon.

They now reside in Camden.

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