April 18, 2009
Ana Marie Golden of Columbus and Jason William Roberts of Madison were married Sept. 27, 2008, at 6:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Jackson with the Rev. Robert Green officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Charles Golden of Columbus. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Nell Golden of Columbus and the late Mr. W.A. Golden, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Brad Brumley of Forrest City, Ark. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mr. Frank Charles Golden. The bride wore an ivory strapless charmeuse and organza gown with a defined sweetheart neckline. It was accented with a ruched bodice and floral beaded accents and complimented with a chapel-length train. Kimberly Golden Gore of Tampa, Fla., sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Jill Yung Ferguson of Poplarville served as maid of honor. Sydney Roberts Murphy of Flowood, sister of the groom; Lyndsay Karyl Roberts of Jackson, sister of the groom; Lauren Nicole Serret of Ocean Springs; Mariamne Laird Young of New Orleans; Sarah Kate Meyer of Madison; Lindsey Bush Lewis of Augusta, Ga.; and Emily Evans Stacy of Jackson served as bridesmaids. The bridesmaids wore olive green silky taffeta A-line dresses that were shirred at the empire waist with a deep V neckline. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Roberts of Madison. He is the grandson of Mrs. Kirk Roberts and the late Mr. Earl J. Roberts, and the late Mrs. Faye Godard, all of Madison. John William Roberts served as his son's best man. Milam Sylvester Cotten III, Christopher Nathan Bagwell, Jonathan Ryan Hust and Christopher Brandon Giuffria, all of Madison; Todd Jacob Rea of Flowood; Phillip Alston Clark of Houston, Texas; James William Cocke of Jackson; and Wesley Adam Golden of Northport, Ala., brother of the bride, served as groomsmen. Following a wedding trip to Nassau, Bahamas, the couple resides in Madison. The groom is an auditor at AmFed Companies in Ridgeland, and the bride is a dental hygienist at Simpson Orthodontics in Flowood.
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