Mullican, Taylor hold February wedding

Posted: Sunday, April 30, 2000

Autumn Rose Mullican and Troy Richard Taylor were married Feb. 12 in a double-ring ceremony at the Christ Lutheran Church in Soldotna.

The bride is the daughter of Dennis and Shelly Mullican of Soldotna. She wore a white silk gown with pearls that had a seven-foot cascade train. She carried a bouquet of white silk roses.

Amber Mullican, of New Jersey, was the maid of honor, and Kianai Newby, of Soldotna, and Shelby Eisele, of McMinnville, Ore., were the bridesmaids. The flower girl was Taylor Kishbaugh, of Soldotna.

The groom is the son of of Richard Taylor, of Anchor Point, and Debbie Misner of McMinnville, and stepson of Linda Taylor.

The best man was Jimmy Gladish, of Anchor Point, and the groomsmen were Jason Campos and Brad Blackwell, both of McMinnville. The ring bearer was Spencer Taylor, nephew of the groom, of McMinnville.

A reception was held at Soldotna Senior Center. Silk flower arrangements were made by the groom's stepmother.

The bride is a 1997 graduate of Skyview High School and is employed by Era Aviation Airlines as a ticket agent in Homer.

The groom is a 1994 Ninilchik High School graduate and is employed by Northwest Cutters as a heavy equipment operator in Anchor Point.

The couple plans to spend a honeymoon in Hawaii.

Subscribe to Peninsula Clarion

Trending this week:


© 2018. All Rights Reserved. | Contact Us