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Isaac-Richstone wedding

Jillian Brooke Isaac of Peachtree City and Robert Soule Richstone of Tallahassee, Fla. were married June 11, 2011 at the First United Methodist Church in Fayetteville. The Rev. Christopher Rogers, Mercer University RUF campus minister in Macon, officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Malia Brooks Isaac of Peachtree City and Keith Philip Isaac of Moreland.

The groom’s parents are Ruth and Jeff Heggen and Gregg and Marsha Richstone, all of Tallahassee, Fla. He is employed by CH2M Hill engineering firm in Atlanta.

Given in marriage by both her parents, the bride wore a strapless, couture gown of ivory silk satin with modified sweetheart neckline and a cathedral length train. She carried a bouquet of red, pink, and ivory roses and pink calla lilies.

Maid of honor was Rachel Spencer of Macon. Matron of honor was Heather Peeples of Savannah. Bridesmaids were Caroline Austin and Caitlin Haynes of Peachtree City, Victoria Shaw and Megan Gallagher of Macon, Hilary Jolly of Dacula, and Kara Richstone of Garland, Texas. Flower girl was Bethany Peacock of Tallahassee, Fla.

The groom’s best man was his twin brother, Brent Richstone. Groomsmen were Matt Heckroth of Tallahassee, Fla., Matt Clarke and Daniel Poole, both of Tallahassee, Blake Bowler of Chicago, Ill., Leighton Elliott and Jesse Revis, both of Macon, and Andrew Lockwood of Chattanooga, Tenn.

Ring bearer was Caleb Jolly of Dacula.

Following the ceremony, cocktails and a dinner dance reception were held at the Flat Creek Country Club in Peachtree City.

After a honeymoon in Ochos Rios, Jamaica, the newlyweds now reside in Sandy Springs.

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