Sheila Harvey Curtis and Michael Joseph Eichelberger Jr. were married at 4 p.m. June 6 at Lake Warren State Park in Hampton, S.C.
The Rev. Jamie Williams officiated the double-ring ceremony. The ceremony also included a family promise and exchange of family medallions to the children.
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her son, Cameron Cole Curtis. She is the daughter of Lee and Charlotte Harvey of Varnville, S.C. She is the granddaughter of Aleane Walls of Varnville, S.C., the late Charles Walls and the late Manley and Alice Harvey.
MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL EICHELBERGER JR.
bride is the former Sheila Curtis
The bridegroom is the father of Brooke Ashton Eichelberger. He is the son of Sherry Daman of Elkins and Mike and Tami Eichelberger of Elkins. He is the grandson of the late Robert and Arveda Daman and the late Charles and Madelynne Eichelberger.
The bride wore an ivory halter side draped georgette A-line dress with brooch detail. The back of the gown featured a sweep train. She also wore a short veil, one tier with scalloped edge and beaded flowers along with a mid silver deco headband.
The bridegroom wore a traditional black tuxedo with an ivory vest and bow tie.
Brooke Eichelberger, daughter of the bridegroom, served as the flower girl. She wore an ivory and pool colored satin princess A-line gown with spaghetti straps and lace up back.
Cameron Curtis, son of the bride, served as the ring bearer. He wore a traditional black tuxedo with a pool vest and bow tie.
Following the outside wedding ceremony, a reception was hosted inside Lake Warren State Park's community building, featuring the DJ, Ralph Smoak.
Wedding CD music was played by Heather Williams during the ceremony. "The Rose" was played during the seating of the grandmother and parents. "Household of Faith" was played right before the marriage vows. And "Yours, Mine, and Ours" was played during the lighting of the family unity candle.
Susanne Peeples served as the wedding director and made the three-tier cake. Dot Walls served the wedding cake. JoAnn Busbee served the punch and tea. Catering was provided by Marlon and Ann Mixson. Melissa Kinard served as the photographer. The flowers were arranged by Nix Florist.
After a honeymoon to Gatlinburg, Tenn., the family is now residing in Bluffton, S.C.