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Posted: Sunday, September 9, 2001 12:00 am

Mr. and Mrs. Howe

Tiffany Spillman and Joseph Howe of Denham Springs were united in marriage in a 7:30 p.m. ceremony on June 29, 2001, at The Lakehouse Reception Center in Baton Rouge. The Rev. Lewis Morris Jr. officiated at the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Easterly of Denham Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Spillman Jr. of Denham Springs. The groom is the son of Ms. Anna Badeaux of Denham Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe of Benton, Ark.

The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore an elegant gown of cafe' satin and tulle adorned by tiny satin rosebuds, pearls and crystal baguettes. The two-piece gown featured a corset style top with single straps adorned in tiny satin rosebuds, pearls and crystal baguettes. The back was accented and drawn together by a satin string attached at the waist. To complete the gown, she wore a full cafe' satin and A-line floor length skirt. She chose an ivory waist length veil that complimented her gown. She carried a tightly arranged bouquet of cream miniature calla lilies. She was attended by maid of honor Brittany Spillman. She wore a champagne and floor length gown of cashmere satin and taffeta. She carried two cream and long stemmed calla lilies. Bridesmaids were Hillary Borde, Shonda Williams, Michelle Creel, Leah Annison, Tabitha Sandbom and Chelsea Easterly. Junior bridesmaids were Jennifer Lewis and Ashley Lewis. They wore floor length and two piece gowns of cashmere satin and taffeta. They each carried a single cream and long stemmed calla lily.

The groom wore a black Ralph Lauren Newton tuxedo with an ivory silk vest and complimenting tie by Perry Ellis. He was attended by best man Travis Callari and groomsmen Mike Carter, Charlie Oliver, Dave Clark, Mike Howe, Robbie Howe and Jarred Badeaux. They wore black Ralph Lauren Newton tuxedos with black silk vests and complimenting ties by Perry Ellis.

Ring bearers were Jamie Lewis and Blaise Spillman. Flower girls were Danea Spillman and Berkley Dean. Candle lighters were Trey Annison, Trevon Spillman, Devon Spillman and Lauren Robinson.

The mother of the bride wore a black satin, A-line and floor length gown with a fitted off the shoulder neckline adorned by crystal with a matching stole. The mother of the groom wore a champagne floor length gown. It featured a top that was accented with pearls and sequins and a scalloped overlay.

The wedding trip was to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

The couple will reside in Denham Springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Willie

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Easterly of Denham Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Spillman Jr. of Denham Springs. The groom is the son of Ms. Anna Badeaux of Denham Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe of Benton, Ark.

The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore an elegant gown of cafe' satin and tulle adorned by tiny satin rosebuds, pearls and crystal baguettes. The two-piece gown featured a corset style top with single straps adorned in tiny satin rosebuds, pearls and crystal baguettes. The back was accented and drawn together by a satin string attached at the waist. To complete the gown, she wore a full cafe' satin and A-line floor length skirt. She chose an ivory waist length veil that complimented her gown. She carried a tightly arranged bouquet of cream miniature calla lilies. She was attended by maid of honor Brittany Spillman. She wore a champagne and floor length gown of cashmere satin and taffeta. She carried two cream and long stemmed calla lilies. Bridesmaids were Hillary Borde, Shonda Williams, Michelle Creel, Leah Annison, Tabitha Sandbom and Chelsea Easterly. Junior bridesmaids were Jennifer Lewis and Ashley Lewis. They wore floor length and two piece gowns of cashmere satin and taffeta. They each carried a single cream and long stemmed calla lily.

The groom wore a black Ralph Lauren Newton tuxedo with an ivory silk vest and complimenting tie by Perry Ellis. He was attended by best man Travis Callari and groomsmen Mike Carter, Charlie Oliver, Dave Clark, Mike Howe, Robbie Howe and Jarred Badeaux. They wore black Ralph Lauren Newton tuxedos with black silk vests and complimenting ties by Perry Ellis.

Ring bearers were Jamie Lewis and Blaise Spillman. Flower girls were Danea Spillman and Berkley Dean. Candle lighters were Trey Annison, Trevon Spillman, Devon Spillman and Lauren Robinson.

The mother of the bride wore a black satin, A-line and floor length gown with a fitted off the shoulder neckline adorned by crystal with a matching stole. The mother of the groom wore a champagne floor length gown. It featured a top that was accented with pearls and sequins and a scalloped overlay.

The wedding trip was to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

The couple will reside in Denham Springs.

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