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Allen, Troutman wed

Lauren Elizabeth Allen and Tyler Worth Troutman exchanged wedding vows at 5:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013, at Christ Episcopal Church in Little Rock. Dr. Kate Alexander officiated.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an A-line gown adorned with ivory pearls and beaded embellishments covering the front and back. The organza train was accented with cascading pearls and intricate detailing. The bride’s veil featured an embroidered edge with ivory pearls. She carried a bouquet of ivory and cream wrapped roses and tulips accented with rhinestones and wrapped with rhinestone clutches.

Kim Larson served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sarah McCollough, Crystal Godsey, Katie Gheen, and Haley Troutman. They wore royal blue strapless A-line dresses with black sashes and carried bouquets of clutch ivory roses.

Brady Sharp served as best man to the groom. Groomsmen were Michael Lowry, Andy Roller, Brad Bridges, and John McNerlin.

Guests were ushered by Andy Roller and John McNerlin.

Music was provided by organist and choirmaster, Steven Bullock.

The reception was held at the Junior League of Little Rock.

The bride is the daughter of Jeff and Becky Allen of Cabot. She is the granddaughter of Avon Allen of Garland, Texas, and Ed and Louise Kaup of Lindale, Texas. She attended the University of Central Arkansas at Conway and UAMS in Little Rock and is currently working in the neonatal intensive care unit at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

The groom is the son of Toby Troutman and Jody Grisham and the grandson of Charlie and Barbara Troutman and Delores Grisham, all of Austin. He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Central Arkansas and is currently a UAMS medical student, expecting to graduate in May, 2014.

The couple met on a blind tennis date. After a five night honeymoon stay at Sandals Whitehouse, Jamaica, they returned to make their home in Little Rock.

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