Kristin Faye Gisi - William E. "West" Spence, III

Kristin Gisi and West Spence Wedding
Kristin Faye Gisi became the bride of William E. "West" Spence III in a ceremony performed at Vinewood Plantation and Stables in Newnan, Georgia on April 6, 2019. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gisi of Powder Springs, Georgia. She is the granddaughter of the late Faye H. Gisi of Doerun, Georgia and the late Sonny Turner from Alma, Georgia and Mrs. Latrelle Turner and L.A. Varnadore of Alma, Georgia. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. "Rocky" Spence, Jr. of Thomasville and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Ernest Spence and the late Perry S. "Rocky" Ivey of Thomasville, Georgia and Mickie W. Ivey of Thomasville, Georgia.
Serving as Matron of Honor was Karoline G. Horton, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Katie S. Barrow, sister of the groom, Shannon Lee, Cici Jacobs, Maddie Calloway, Morgan Dubrof, and Lizzy Frazee. Two groomsmen served as Best Men, Rocky Spence, father of the Groom and Cole Bracey, lifelong friend of the groom. Other groomsmen were Malcolm Nunn, Clayton Cantrell, David Daniel, James Cox, Kyle Fox, Peter Russell, and Ben Thaxton. Flower girl was Baylee Barrow and Ring Bearers were Samuel and Brooks Horton, all escorted by their fathers, Adam Barrow and Tyler Horton. Bride's assistant was special friend, Molly Crowe.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown by Australian designer "Made With Love." It had a classic look and feel with modern accents throughout. Exploded floral motifs showed an interesting take on lace, which were highlighted by the nude underlay of the dress. The sheer bodice made the coverage of the signature deep V- neckline look light and breezy. The addition of the gold and opal beaded belt gave the dress that extra touch of sparkle. The bridal bouquet was a mixture of cascading Quicksand and Leonidas roses, Anemone, Blue Thistle, Queen Anne's Lace, Gold Amaranthas, Plumosa Fern, Dusty Miller and Silver Dollar Eucalyptus.
The ceremony took place under a beautiful pecan tree on the 250 year old estate and was officiated by Mark Pugh. Following the ceremony, a candlelight southern seated dinner was hosted by the bride's parents. Guests danced the night away to the music of the Emerald Empire Band until lighting sparklers to see the couple off on a honeymoon to Mexico. The couple will reside in Kennesaw, Georgia.

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