Henshaw — Ramsey

Posted 7/16/17

Erika Ramsey of Suwanee, Ga, became the bride of Joey Henshaw of Toccoa, Ga., in an evening ceremony at Toccoa Falls on June 17, 2017.

The bride is the daughter of Chuck and Candace Ramsey of …

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Henshaw — Ramsey

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Erika Ramsey of Suwanee, Ga, became the bride of Joey Henshaw of Toccoa, Ga., in an evening ceremony at Toccoa Falls on June 17, 2017.

The bride is the daughter of Chuck and Candace Ramsey of Suwanee. She is the granddaughter of Hal and Starr Dixon of Cleveland and Charlie and Rita Ramsey of Suwanee. She is the sister of Brandon Ramsey, Caroline Ramsey, Banks Ramsey, Stone Ramsey, Luke Ramsey and J.P. Ramsey.

The bridegroom is the son of Steve and Julie Paysen of Toccoa. He is the brother of Jake Henshaw, Jordan Henshaw, Josh Henshaw and Andrew Paysen.

The wedding was officiated by the father of the bride, pastor of Restoration Church, who also presented his daughter in marriage.

The bride’s sister, Caroline, attended her as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jordan Henshaw of Toccoa, Ga., Bethany Timmons of Cleveland, Bethany Henshaw of Wake Forest, N.C., Kailee Trum and Chelsea Rhines, both of Roswell, Ga., and Briar Roberson of Cumming, Ga.

The bridegroom’s brother, Jake, served him as best man. Groomsmen were Josh Henshaw and Andrew Paysen, both of Toccoa, Brandon Ramsey of Cleveland, and Banks Ramsey, Stone Ramsey, Luke Ramsey and J.P. Ramsey, all of Suwanee, Ga.

Audrey Antweiler and Margaret Grace were flower girls and James Paysen and Eli Paysen were ring bearers.

The reception was given by the parents of the bride at Toccoa Falls. The couple reside in Gainesville, Fla..

Mrs. Henshaw is a graduate of the University of Georgia. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Mr. Henshaw serves in the U.S. Army.

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