Randall - Hudson

November 17, 2013 

Mrs. Theodore Paul Randall, IV

Ashley Brooks Hudson and Theodore Paul Randall, IV were united in marriage on November 16, 2013 at Saint Mary's Chapel in Raleigh with Pastor David Horner officiating. The bride's parents hosted a reception following the wedding at the Cardinal Club.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul King Hudson, of Raleigh. She is the granddaughter of Ms. Carolyn Reynolds Brooks and the late Mr. Earl Aaron Brooks of Kinston, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carroll Hudson of Pinehurst, and Ms. Martha Belo Underwood of Raleigh and the late Ralph Dewey Underwood.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Paul Randall, III of Raleigh. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Sipes of Swan Point, Maryland, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Paul Randall, Jr. of Sykesville, Maryland.

The bridal attendants were Miss Landis Falkner, Miss Amanda Mathis, Miss Heather Sanders, and Miss Cameron Hileman, all of Raleigh, Miss Sarah Begun of Durham, Miss Eleanor Goodman and Megan Wickham of Denver, Colorado. Miss Mackenzie Hudson, of Wake Forest, was a junior bridal attendant.

The best man was Theodore Paul Randall, III, the groom's father, of Raleigh. Additional groomsmen were Travis Hudson brother of the bride, Bryant Clements, Andrew Berryann, Taylor McKain, all of Raleigh, Winston Creech of Wake Forest, Graham Clements of St. Louis, Missouri, and Cameron Williams of Johnson City, Tennessee.

The groom's parents hosted a dinner following the ceremony rehearsal at Caffe Luna in Raleigh.

After a honeymoon trip to St. Lucia, the couple will reside in Chestnut Hills, Raleigh.

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