DuPont ~ Brady
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02/15/2015 11:21 AM
Kelly Suzanne Brady and Jeremiah James DuPont were married February 21, 2014 at 6:30pm at Highgrove Estate in Fuquay-Varina. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Barbara Lodge. The ceremony was followed by a cocktail hour and reception hosted by the bride's parents at Highgrove Estate.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brady of Zebulon. She is a graduate of East Carolina University receiving her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and Masters Degree in Library Science. She is currently employed by Wake County Public School System as a Media Specialist.
The groom is the son of Mr. Michael DuPont and Ms. Geraldine Pebdani. He is the nephew of Willie and Janae Vogg. He is a licensed General Contractor in the state of North Carolina. He is employed by Creative Design Builders.
The bride was escorted by her father. Sister of the bride, Jennifer Brady, served as Maid of Honor. Bridesmaid was Maria Hartman-Herdandez, sister of the groom.
Best Man was the father of the groom, Mike DuPont. The groomsmen were Willie Vogg and Chad Wilder.
Ushers were Liam Healy and Jesse Vogg.
A rehearsal dinner on the eve of the wedding was held at Daniel's on Main Street in Fuquay-Varina. A Bridal luncheon at Coquette Brasserie was held honoring Kelly along with her wedding party and closest friends. It was hosted by the mother of the bride. The bride was given a shower by her coworkers. The mother and sister of the bride, Paula Bunn, Shelley Cagle, and Jan Bass hosted a bridal shower at the home of the mother of the bride.
The couple make their home in Wake Forest after they honeymooned in St. Lucia.
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