Mr. Zane Scarboro and the former Miss Cayla Page, both of Swainsboro, were united in holy matrimony at The Cadle Barn in Swainsboro on Saturday, September 25, 2021 with a reception following immediately after at the same location. The intimate double-ring ceremony was officiated by Pastor Brad McKenzie of Jesus Saves Church.
The 30-year-old bride is the daughter of Ryan and Vicky Lee of Kennesaw and the late Dean Page. Her grandparents include the late Donald and Elizabeth Gibby and the late Roy and Gladys Page.
The 36-year-old groom is the son of Danny and Rhonda Scarboro of Swainsboro. His grandparents include Ronald and Donna Wiggins of Twin City, Mable Wiggins of Swainsboro, Shirley Scarboro of Swainsboro, and the late Clyde Scarboro.
Southern Traditions hand-crafted all of the floral arrangements for the occasion, utilizing mostly romantic roses to carry out the theme envisioned by the soon-to-be bride and her wedding coordinator, Becky Moore, during planning stages.
Josh McLain, also known as “DJ Drive,” emceed the event. After the newlyweds were properly introduced to the reception, McLain played “When I’m With You” by Sheriff for the happy couple to share in their first dance. The deejay also played Van Morrison’s “Days Like This” for the mother-son dance as well as “Let It Be” by The Beatles for a special dance shared by the bride and her brother.
Wedding attendants included: Loralee Scarboro escorted by Justin Hartmeyer; Jolene Cadle escorted by Ron Wommack; Jean Marie Hunter escorted by Justin Peebles; Faith Patrick escorted by Brandon Smith; Heather Cook escorted by Andy Cook; Zade Hullander escorted by Jonathan Hullander; and matron of honor Emily Shipp (sister of the bride) escorted by best man Danny Scarboro. Brandon Page, the bride’s brother, walked her down the aisle.
Moore as well as baker Barbara Williamson served the cakes. The wedding confection was three tiers high and frosted in vanilla. The groom’s cake was red velvet in flavor and themed around one of his passions, golf.
Real South BBQ catered a delicious meal for hosts, their respective parties, and all attendees.
For the occasion, Mrs. Scarboro selected a timeless, white, off-the-shoulder wedding dress by Essence of Australia. The garment featured a scalloped train.
Her groom, on the other hand, looked striking in a navy tuxedo from Wrens.
The bridal party wore floor-length, chiffon, V-neck dresses that zipped in the back. Although subtly colored, these “desert rose” fashion pieces complimented the groomsmen’s navy tuxedos well.
The bride’s mother dressed in an A-line, floor-length, champagne dress with chiffon sleeves while the groom’s mother chose a black and white, floor-length halter dress.
Culminating the evening, the Scarboros were sent off underneath a sparkler tunnel. They went on to honeymoon in tropical Saint Lucia and have since made their home in Swainsboro with their three beloved dogs, Ellie, Layla, and Maggie.
The two began dating in November 2019 and became engaged almost a year ago on December 31, 2020.