Heidi and David Phillips

Heidi Marie Mack and David Craig Phillips, both of Fairview, North Carolina, united in marriage on Oct. 3, 2015, during a 4:30 p.m. ceremony  at The Farm in Candler, North Carolina.

Susie Greene officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Jeffery and Jody Mack of Corry. Her father gave her away.

The groom is the son of Terry and Belinda Phillips of Hanover, Indiana.

Heidi wore a Justin Alexander gown that featured lace, a sweetheart neckline and a train.

She carried a bouquet of purple and white dahlias and roses.

Shauna Mack, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore a tea-length eggplant-colored dress.

Bridesmaids were Hannah Rhodes, Aubrie Rafferty and Melissa Odenweller, friends of the bride; and Amanda Smith, cousin of the bride.

They wore dresses and carried flowers identical to the maid of honor.

Flower girl was Avery Rafferty, daughter of Joe and Aubrie Rafferty, friends of the couple.

Ring bearers were Wesley and Cole Kurelowech, cousins of the bride; Dalton Smith, cousin of the bride; and Caleb Phillips, nephew of the groom.

Brian Phillips and Chris Phillips, brothers of the groom, were the best men.

Groomsmen were Joey Swarthout, Matthew Kucera, and Dan Aistrope, friends of the groom.

A reception for 130 people followed at The Farm.

The couple took a seven-day honeymoon trip to Antigua.

They currently reside in Fairview, North Carolina.

The new Mrs. Phillips earned a pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University.

She is employed as a critical care pharmacist for Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina.

Her husband earned a pharmacy degree from Ohio Northern University. 

He is employed at Blue Ridge Pharmacy in Asheville as a director of clinical services and consultant pharmacist.

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