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Treadway, Deville wed

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Tonya Kaylene Treadway and Chad Waylon Deville exchanged vows Saturday, April 21, 2012, at Trapnall Hall in Little Rock, with the Rev. Robert Dunaway Sr. officiating.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a fitted gown in Demir stretch white satin featuring a heavily pleated front and back bodice that descended below the waist and cascaded into an asymmetrically draped A-line skirt enhanced by a chapel length train. A glistening band of beads embellished illuminated the natural waist. A beaded motif added sparkle at the hip with a elbow-length double-tiered white veil of tulle edged with beaded appliques. She carried a bouquet of white cascading handtied phalenopsis orchids with magenta centers with lily grass.

Shelia Lea of Carlisle, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids wee Shana Stone and Amy Britt, both of Little Rock.

Michael Cunningham of DeRidder, La., served as best man. Groomsmen were Nick Druce of Lafayette, La., and Scott Wathall of Shreveport, La.

Lauren and Graci Lae, both of Carlisle, nieces of the bride, presided at the bride’s book. Jeff Hanks of Little Rock read the poem selected by the couple.

The reception followed at the Trapnall Hall.

The bride is the daughter of George and Melba Treadway of Carlisle. She is the granddaughter of the late Lawrence and Inas Treadway and Bluford and Bertie Stepp both formerly of Paragould. She is a graduate of Carlisle High School and received an associate degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

The groom is the son of Wayne and Delbra Deville of Pineville, La. He is the grandson of the late Stafford and Ann Deville, formerly of Alexandria, La., and John and Hazel Moreau, formerly of Cloutierville, La. He is a graduate of Pineville High School and graduate with a bachelor’s degree from Lousiana Tech University.

After a honeymoon to Orange Beach, Ala., the couple will reside in Covington, La.

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