The Woodward News


September 12, 2010

Reavis-Womack wedding

Woodward, Okla. — Katherine Charlotte Reavis and David Jack Womack were united in marriage on July 23, 2010 in  a sunset beach ceremony near Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

Reavis is the daughter of Gary and Elodie Reavis of Woodward.  Her grandparents are Mrs. Joel Trout of Ponca City and the late James Trout and Ella May Reavis of Edmond and the late Jesse Reavis.  She is a 2000 graduate of Woodward High School and a 2005 graduate of Oklahoma State University with a degree in elementary education.  She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in educational technology at OSU.  She is employed in the Office of the President at OSU as scheduler and executive administrative assistant.

Womack is the son of Jack Womack of Morrison and Beverly and Mack Carter of Stillwater.  He is the grandson of Ruby Womack of Pawnee and the late Orville Womack and Gladys Hagel of Blackburn and the late Famus Hagle.  He is a 1998 graduate of Stillwater High School and a 2002 graduate of Oklahoma State University with a degree in finance.  He is employed by the OSU Foundation as a development research coordinator.

The bride wore a diamond white Maggie Sottero designer gown.  The strapless satin and chiffon gown featured lace and beaded rouching asymmetrically accenting the bodice.  Her gown also featured a lace-up corset back and chapel length train.  She wore a pearl necklace, bracelet and earrings and carried a bouquet of pink, orange and yellow roses.

Kim Johnson, friend of the bride of Oklahoma City, served as maid of honor.  She wore a tangerine v-neck mid-length dress with flared skirt and carried a bouquet of yellow, pink and orange roses similar to the bride’s.

The groom wore a beige linen suit with white shirt and Caribbean blue tie.  His boutonniere was a yellow rose.

The best man was Mac Benkendorf of Fort Worth, friend of the groom.  He was dressed similarly to the groom and also had a yellow rose boutonniere.

A white ivy-covered arch accented with white lilies and vases of tropical plants and flowers provided the decorations for the ceremony.  Chairs for the guests on each side of the aisle were covered in white satin.  The bride and groom combined tropical colored sand during the ceremony to symbolize their unity.  The processional for the bride, escorted by her father, was “Canon in D” by Johann Pachelbel.  The recessional for the bride and groom was “Lucky” by Jason Mraz.

Following the ceremony a champagne reception featuring a mariachi band was held on the terrace of the Catalonia Playa Maroma Resort.  Dinner was served to the guests in the Toscana Restaurant  which concluded with a toast to the couple by the maid of honor and the best man and the bride and groom cutting the wedding cake.  The couple enjoyed a honeymoon in Playa del Carmen and Cozumel.

A reception and dance celebrating their marriage was held August 14 in the ConocoPhillips Alumni Center on the campus of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater.  Their four-tiered wedding cake consisted of layers of vanilla, strawberry and lemon with each layer having a complementary filling.  The cake was accented with tropical flowers surrounding each layer. The silver punch bowl belonged to the bride’s great grandmother, Nelle Trout.

The couple is now at home in Stillwater.

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