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Rebecca Anne Cecchi & Scott Christian Midgette

October 29, 2016

Rebecca Anne Cecchi and Scott Christian Midgette were united in marriage at the Citronelle Community Center in Citronelle, Alabama on October 29, 2016 at four o’clock in the afternoon. Brother Terry Glasscock officiated. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Cecchi and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cecchi, Mrs. Evelyn Fortenberry and the late Eugene Fortenberry. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Midgette, the grandson of Mrs. Betty Geil and the late Mr. Earlin J. Geil and also the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Midgette. 

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a strapless, sweetheart neckline dress, with a beaded bodice and organza ruffled skirt. She carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas and baby’s breath.

The bride chose her sister, Amanda Hendricks, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Tiffani Pate, Trista Blindauer, Johanna Dennis, Chaney Staggs, Kayla Hensarling, Amy Caldwell, Danielle Dunlavy, and Ashlyn Pickern. They wore floor-length strapless gowns in a beautiful charcoal gray. Flower girls were Isabella Hendricks, Lille Hendricks, Olivia Dunlavy and Emery Midgette.

The groom chose his father, Dan Midgette, as best man. Groomsmen were Justin Midgette, Richard Weldy, Jay Joiner, Matt Wiggins, Troy Perry and Jason Carpenter. The ring bearers were Harris Dunlavy and Landon Caldwell.

Ceremony music was provided by pianist Beth Abbott. A reception was held at the same location. 

Guests dined on a buffet provided by Fancy Affairs Catering and then enjoyed dancing to music by Roger from Everything and The Wedding Too. The wedding day was carried out beautifully with the help of Cindy Squires and her team at Squires Farm and Events. 

Following a honeymoon in the Dominican Republic, the couple now resides in Mobile.

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