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Jenna Marata Fulford and James Toby Roberts III, both of Andrews, were married in a 1:30 p.m. ceremony on May 5 at The Hackney Warehouse in Murphy. Daniel Ritchie officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Richard and Deborah Fulford of Wilson. She is the granddaughter of the late Ruby and Ed Fulford and the late Jeanette and Samuel Driver. She graduated from Ralph L. Fike High School and is a student at Western Governors University, pursuing a degree in elementary education. She is employed at Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters as an office assistant.

Parents of the groom are James Toby Roberts Jr. and Janet Roberts. He is the grandson of the late Dewey and Shirley Morgan of Savannah, Georgia, and Toby and Michele Roberts and Betty Thompson of Richmond Hill, Georgia.

The groom graduated from Richmond Hill High School and is attending Western Governors University, pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in business-health care management. He is employed with Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters.

The bride was escorted by her father. She carried a bouquet of blush pink roses, baby’s breath and green eucalyptus.

Courtney Seifert of Yorkstown, Virginia, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Grayson Dail of Wilson, Lauren Radford of Wilson, Anna Cuddington of Kenly, Emily Davis of Wilson and Graesyn Lockhart of Wilson. The bridesmaids all chose long dresses of different styles in the color silver sage crisp.

Flower girl was Blakely Morgan of Richmond Hill.

John Thomas Roberts III of Richmond Hill, brother of the groom, served as best man.

Groomsmen were Blaine Chapman, Caleb Russell and Robbie Hester, all of Richmond Hill; Daren Hodges of Louisville, Kentucky; Evan Nixon of Newman, Georgia; and Glendon Bach of Bedford, Virginia.

Ring bearer was Mason Morgan of Richmond Hill.

Director was Bridgette Jeffcoat.

Wedding music was provided by Jack Caldwell of Richmond Hill and Amy Rasmussen and Little Holloway of Andrews, all instrumentalists. Vocalists were Mary Elizabeth Gerick of Woodstock, Georgia, and John Roberts of Richmond Hill.

The bride walked down the aisle to “Like the Dawn” by the Oh Hellos.

The couple’s first dance song was “Perfect Duet” by Ed Sheeran.

Following the ceremony, a reception was hosted by the parents of the bride at The Hackney Warehouse.

A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the parents of the groom at Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters.

Since their return from a wedding trip to Hawaii, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are residing in Andrews.