Hines, Mangialardi say vows
Allison Claire Hines and John Finley Mangialardi were wed in an evening ceremony November 10 at Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church. The Reverend Charles N. Bowdler officiated
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Todd Hines. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Williams Jr. and the late Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Ralph Hines, all of Madison. Mangialardi is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Paul Mangialardi of Shelby and the grandson of Johnny Mangialardi and the late Joe Ann Foti Mangialardi of Shelby and the late Mr. and Mrs. Finley Brunetti formerly of Rosedale and Cleveland, respectively.
Given in marriage by her father, she wore a structured pearl colored gown featuring a deep V-neck bodice of French Alencon lace that trickled over a trumpet skirt of Mikado silk. The dress was accented by a silk bow extending the length of the train. Her veil and blusher were a candlelight silk illusion. The antique cathedral length veil was complete with a wide edging of heirloom embroidered Chantilly lace. She carried a hand-tied bridal bouquet of cascading calla lilies, gladiolus, sweet peas, and stephanotis vine. Tucked into the bouquet was a rosary given to the bride by the bridegroom’s mother. In keeping with bridal traditions, the bride wore something blue: A gold bangle bracelet adorned with blue sapphires belonging to the bride’s grandmother, Shirley Moon Hines, was given to her by her father before the ceremony.
Matron of honor was her sister, Vivian Vaughan Hines Coffin of Madison. Bridesmaids were Ginny Pampuro Acosta of Memphis; Madeline Anne Campbell of Hattiesburg; Sethelle Bell Flowers of Jackson; Margaret Leigh lupe of Atlanta; Rachel Frances Lowe of Pensacola; Brooke Fratesi Mosow of Leland; Sydney Caldwell Reece of Memphis; and Morgan Crumbaugh Resha of Tacoma, WA.
They wore sleeveless, long ivory colored dresses made of sateen twill. The attendants carried an armful of blooms set off by a brocade fabric obi inspired sash. The flowers included spirea, ranunculus, roses, hydrangeas, and anthurium.
Eleanor Chamberlain Anthony of Los Altos, CA, was the bridal proxy.
Best man was the bridegroom’s father. Groomsmen were Gregory Alexander Mangialardi of Shelby, and Joseph Paul Mangialardi of Cleveland, brothers of the bridegroom; Robert Arrington Coffin of Madison; Louis Philip Cole of Atlanta; Jonathan Michael Davis of Decatur, AL; Mathew Jackson Mosow of Leland; Carson Lee Rutledge of Atlanta; and Jackson Tyler Wells of Atlanta. Groomsmen served as ushers along with Charles Ethan Land Chevalier, cousin to the bride.
Angela Frances Escude’ of Simpsonville, SC, and Evelyn Hart Hines and Pamela Lucille Hines of Jackson, served as the bride’s flower girls. Ring bearers were Logan Burch Phillips IV of Jackson, and William Cullen Reeves and Nathaniel Hines Reeves of Oxford. All are cousins of the bride.
Scripture was read by JoLynne Mangialardi Correro of Monroe, aunt of the bridegroom, Bobby Fowler Kelly of West Hollywood and the bride’s godmother Allison Hays Ward of Spartenburg, SC. Programs were distributed by Ava Angela Chevalier, Rimes Whittington Dehmer, Erin Preston Lang and Vivan Lang Robinson, cousins of the bride. Breck Ridley Hines Jr. acted as the cross bearer.
Music was performed by the Magnolia String Quartet and organist Dr. Robert Knupp. The Millsaps Chamber Choir and Soprano Sara Pope Cook.
the bride’s parents hosted a celebration at the Country Club of Jackson. The Compozitionz provided the music until the newlyweds departed in a ‘65 convertible Thunderbird to Dean Martin’s ‘That’s Amore.’
On the eve of the wedding, the bridegroom’s parents hosted a dinner at the Fairview Inn.
Following a wedding trip to Turks and Caicos, the couple is at home in Memphis, where the bridegroom is a physical therapist at Campbells Clinic and the bride is an audiologist at Professional Audiological Services.