Rogers County couple Cheryl Henson and Terry Seals will unite in marriage this September in a ceremony in Claremore.
The pair will exchange vows at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at New Life Baptist Church in Claremore. Ronnie Harris will officiate the ceremony.
The couple’s colors will be burgundy and white, with white and burgundy flowers. Cheryl will be in a white wedding dress with a long train and wearing a veil. She will be carrying white flowers.
Matron of Honor Kimberly Odell, the bride’s daughter, will be wearing a burgundy dress.
Bridesmaids will be dressed in burgundy and will be Pamela Sweeney, a childhood friend of the bride, Oonya Cleek and Emily Chester, friends of the bride, Sheila Beitzel, who is the sister of the bride.
Flower girl will be Raedyn Ward, friend of the bride and groom, who will wear a white dress.
Best man will be Todd Long, childhood friend of the groom and ringbearer will be the bride’s grandson, Colin Odell.
Groomsmen will be Mike Olsen, friend, Nick Ward, friend, and sons of the bride, Joshua Draeger and Matthew Draeger.
Ushers will be Kevin Odell and Todd Draeger.
Special music to be played will include “Broken Road,” “Eternal Love,” “Because You Loved Me,” Ice Ice Baby,” “Happy,” and “God Gave Me You.”
At the reception, there wil be an arch with flowers and flowers all around, as well as candles in the yard.
Guestbook attendant will be Sarah Ede.
The bride is the daughter of Walter and Regina Henson of Foyil ad the granddaughter of the late James and Carrie Miller.
Cheryl is a graduate of Claremore High School. She worked at Hardrock Casino and at Wal-Mart in Coweta. She has three grown children, one grandson and a son-in-law.
Terry is the son of Rutha Roundtree of Claremore.
He is a graduate of Claremore High School. Mike works at Custom Golf Carts, and he has a daughter, grandson, and a daughter-in-law.
The couple plans to honeymoon in Eureka Springs, Ark. and make their home in Claremore.