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Beverly Lamp and Justus Carter Marriage



Beverly Lamp and Justus “Bub” Carter, both of Bell Buckle, were united in marriage on the evening of December 31, 2017, at Justus Carter Training Facility in Bell Buckle.

The bride is the daughter of Rita Caldwell and Johnny Farris. The groom is the son of Keevin Carter and Tracey Epps. 

Kevin Dingess conducted the double-ring ceremony in front of over 250 family and friends from all over the country. The bride rode in on AR 15 in a lovely full length white dress. 

The bride was attended by her matron of honor, Andrea Johnson, a cousin. Her bridesmaid was her sister, Heather Larsen. The flower girl was Lamp’s niece, Lily Larsen

The groom was accompanied by his sister, Rebecca Lorer. Standing up for the groom was Hannah Myatt, a friend of the groom. 

The ring bearer was Paxton Larson, cousin of the bride, and was accompanied by the groom’s dog, Freak. Freak also delivered the ring to the bride when the groom proposed to her. 

A reception and New Year’s Eve party followed the wedding at Justus Carter Training Facility. Carter said they were truly blessed by having all their family and friends in attendance. The couple will make their home in Bull Buckle. 

 

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