The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenon H. Fisher, Jr., of Elizabethtown. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Joe Smith of White Lake.
The bride is a graduate of UNC-Pembroke and earned a degree in psychology. The groom attended East Bladen High School.
The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a long gown of white satin with a princess neckline. The empire bodice was accented with Alencona lace and the three-quarter length lace illusion sleeves ended in a vee with satin accent buttons. The gown had a cathedral train appliqued with Alencona lace and pearls that also embellished the skirt. Her ribbon-edged veil was held by a crown of pearls and crystal beads. Her bouquet was centered with deep purple lisianthus and surrounded by Monte Casion and limonium.
The matron of honor was Melody Smith Priest of Clarkton. She wore a lilac, two-piece, sleeveless, tea-length dress of embroidered linen with a straight skirt and a kick pleat. She carried a nosegay of purple lisianthus with a spray of dendrobium orchids and accents of bear grass loops.
The bridesmaids were Summerlyn Gayle Naylor of Roseboro, cousin of the bride, and Melissa Smith of Bladenboro, the sister of the groom. They were gowned like the matron of honor and carried matching nosegays.
The best man was Charlie Wesley Smith, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Joey Douglas Smith of Elizabethtown, the brother of the groom; and Kent Owen Fisher of Elizabethtown, brother of the bride. The best man and groomsmen wore navy blazers with khaki slacks, white shirts, and navy and lilac ties. Their boutonnieres were blue cornflower.
Honorary bridesmaids were Melody Caroline Smith of Wilmington; Meredith and Cameron Fisher of Roseboro, cousins of the bride; Melissa Owen of Roseboro, cousin of the bride; and Elizabeth Priest of Elizabethtown. They wore tropical dresses of their choice and carried single calla lilies bowed with purple ribbon.
The flower girl was Taylor Nichol Willis, niece of the groom. She wore a long, white, heirloom-crocheted gown with a lavender sash, and carried a white ribbon and lilac basket, filled with white rose petals. In her hair she wore a barrette of lavender and white ribbons ending with tiny rosebuds. The ringbearer was Zachary Dalton Smith, nephew of the groom. His attire matched the groomsmen.
The music was provided by Sylvia Campbell, organist; Laura Lynn Owen-Hall, soloist; and Dr. William Young, Soloist.
The presentation of the newlyweds was celebrated with the ringing of crocheted bells by the guests.
The reception was held at the Dolphin Ridge Club and was hosted by the parents of the bride. The guests were treated to a citrus punch and traditional southern wedding fare. The cutting of the authentic sandcastle wedding cake was the highlight of the reception.
After a wedding trip to Florida, the couple will live near Harrells.
On March 9, a china and crystal shower was given for Paige Fisher at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hobby Greene, hosted by Janie Greene and Paula Greene.
A Christmas shower honoring the bride-to-be was held March 10 at Elizabethtown Presbyterian church. It was hosted by Melody Smith Priest.
The bride was honored with a tea March 16 at Elizabethtown Presbyterian Church. The hostesses were Doll Priest, Mary Hill, Jean Gooden, Joyce Teddar, Trish Inscoe, Dot Hanna, and Katherine Taylor.
On March 28, a pampered chef party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Weissinger. It was hosted by Melinda Weissinger and Pam Kinlaw.
A bridesmaid's luncheon honoring the bride was held April 13 at the Shield House in Clinton. Hostesses were Rene Piechocki, Maxine Young, Rita Owen, Mary Owen, Karen Owen, Lynn Owen, Tracy Acevedo, Rosa Atwood, Sue Betts, Laura Lynn Owen-Hall, Rosa Atwood, Susan Hunt, and Suzanna Myers.
A miscellaneous shower honoring Paige Fisher was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Priest at White Lake April 14. The hostesses were Mrs. Doll Priest, Mrs. Jessie Smith, Mrs. Joyce Teddar, Mrs. Crystal Teddar, and Mrs. Hilda Kinlaw.
The couple was honored with a tropical cookout rehearsal and pool party April 26 at the Dolphin Ridge Club. It was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Lenon H. Fisher, Sr., grandparents of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark Fisher, uncle and aunt of the bride; Summerlyn Naylor, Meredith Fisher, and Cameron Fisher, cousins of the bride.
The bride was also honored at a luncheon May 18 at Salem Pizza in Salemburg, hosted by the bride's great aunts, Maxine West of Roseboro and Dixie Blackmon of Raleigh.