Miss Anna Gibbs Post and Mr. Jordan Phillip Mickleberry were wed Saturday, Nov. 21, in a candlelight ceremony at The Village Chapel in Pinehurst, North Carolina with the Rev. Dr. A. Gene Cobb Jr. and the Rev. Dr. Ashley Neil Smith officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Norman Charles Post Jr. of Sanford, North Carolina. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Post Loving and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dela Fletcher Harris III, Mr. Norman Charles Post and Mr. Julian Flint Loving.
She is a graduate of Wofford College and has a master’s degree in health administration from the University of South Carolina. She is in business development at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Jordan Mickleberry of Cheraw and the grandson of Mrs. Mary White Teal and the late Mr. Archie Eugene Teal and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Theodore Mickleberry. He is a graduate of Wofford College and is a medical sales consultant for Johnson and Johnson in Greensboro.
The matrons of honor were Mrs. Charlotte Saunders Post and Mrs. Kimberly Carter Post, both sisters-in-law of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Jamie Pollard Grigg; Mrs. Leah Kelly Grose; Miss Margaret Elizabeth Heil; Mrs. Jessica Mickleberry MacLeod and Mrs. Jena Mickleberry Martin, sisters of the groom; Mrs. Melody Bell McClelland, Dr. Hanna Lea Purcell and Miss Emily Catherine Suhrer.
The groom’s father was best man. Groomsmen were Dr. John Phillip Bell, Mr. Forrest Donald Bridges Jr., Mr. James Clifford Crawford IV, Mr. Dennis Bradley Martin, brother-in-law of the groom, Mr. Stephen Alexander Nodell, Mr. Ryan Wil Poole, Mr. Cameron Harris Post and Mr. Norman Charles Post III, brothers of the bride, and Mr. Lawrence Austin Rogers.
Master Dakota William Martin was ring bearer. Jacob Thomas Martin was junior groomsman. Both are nephews of the groom.
Miss Bonny Fletcher Harris and Miss Elisebeth Layton Post, cousins of the bride, presided over the registry.
Scripture reader was Miss Anne Tyson Vance. Mr. Russel Harris Herrington, cousin of the bride, was cross bearer. Mr. Stephen Gourley played the organ and Mr. Chris Dunn, the trumpet. Reception greeters were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Austin Hayes and Miss Anna Stewart Perkinson.
Mrs. Mary Martha Bailey was wedding director. Ms. Deborah Davis was chapel wedding director.
The bride wore an ivory lace and silk ball gown. The bodice featured a scalloped bateau neckline of embroidered lace with three-quarter length sleeves and a box-pleated skirt that fell into a chapel-length train.
She wore her mother’s tulle veil and after the cake-cutting, changed into her mother’s wedding dress for the remainder of the reception. Her attendants wore dark emerald green gowns and carried bouquets of white ranunculus, garden roses and hydrangeas with magnolia leaves, tied with ivory satin ribbon.
The same flowers adorned the chapel, which was bathed in candlelight. Floral Designs by Eddie arranged the flowers.
A reception with dinner and dancing was held at the Pinehurst Country Club. After a honeymoon in Peter Island, British Virgin Islands, the couple will reside in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The bridesmaids’ luncheon was at noon Nov. 20 at the Carolina Hotel in Pinehurst, hosted by Mrs. Loving, grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Bonny Herrington, Mrs. Katie Harris and Mrs. Leigh Ann Harris, aunts of the bride, and Dr. Georgianna Thomas, great-aunt of the bride.
The groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Holly Inn in Pinehurst.
A bridal luncheon shower was hosted by Mrs. Gayemell Shepherd at her home. Other hostesses were Mrs. Molly Whitaker, Mrs. Liz Gay and Mrs. Jeanette Wicker.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayes held a cocktail party at their home, with other hosts Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. George Perkins and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Perkinson.
A cocktail dinner in honor of the couple was given in Greenville by Miss Margaret Heil and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heil. Other parties were given by friends of the couple and coworkers of the bride.