Bonnie Ellis Crouch of Fort Mill and William Clifford Trammell of Greenville were married Sept. 13, 2008, at First Baptist Church in Fort Mill.
Mrs. Trammell is the daughter of J.C. and Ellen Crouch of Fort Mill and the groom's parents are Drew and Claire Trammell of Clinton.
The Rev. Jeffrey Bedwell performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She wore a gown of crystal beaded embroidery on white chiffon with a halter neckline and chapel-length train.
Maid of Honor was the bride's sister, Katie Coldwell Crouch. She wore a tea-length navy dress with a halter neckline. Bridesmaids were Kirkley Elizabeth Braswell and Mary Trammell Hayes, both of Atlanta, Erin Winchester Hunter of Pickens, Jessica Marie Tasker of Fort Mill and Jennie Shea Young of Blacksburg, Va. They wore dresses identical to the maid of honor's.
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The bridegroom's father was best man. Ushers and groomsmen were Richard Wesley Carter of Anderson, Vernon Andrew Trammell III of Nashville, Elliot Rogers French of Greenwood, Franklin Earl Harmon of Clinton, Chad Landon Hayes of Atlanta and Hank Morrell Maxwell of North Augusta.
The bride's mother wore a blue tea-length jacket dress. The groom's mother wore a dusty rose tea-length jacket dress.
A reception was held at the church fellowship hall. After a wedding trip to North Carolina Outer Banks, the couple settled in Greenville.
The bride graduated from Clemson University and is employed at Blythe Academy of Greenville. The groom graduated from Clemson University and is employed at Triangle Construction Company.