Wedding of Kinneil Coltman and Mark Haddad Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012
Dr. Tandy Kinneil Coltman and Mark Alexandre Haddad of Greenville, South Carolina, were united in marriage on Saturday, September 22, 2012, in the evening at Highland Lake Inn in Flat Rock, North Carolina. Friend of the bride and groom, Mark Sanders of Greenville, North Carolina, officiated. The bridal gown, a full-length, full-lace ivory mermaid-style Dakota gown, was designed by Enzoani.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coltman of Waynesville, North Carolina. Grandparents are Ralph and Jade Coltman of Ft. Myers, Florida, and the late Betty Coltman of Knoxville, Tennessee, and the late Kin and Win McNeil of Waynesville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Haddad of Salt Lake City, Utah. Grandparents are the late Iskandar and Adele Haddad of Aley, Lebanon, and the late Ghanem and Tamam Abou Jaoude, of Broumana, Lebanon. The mother of the bride wore a full-length royal blue lace gown with scalloped jacket. The groom’s mother wore a tea-length teal brocade gown.
Amber Morgan, sister of the bride, served as Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids included Laura Feidler of Lake Wylie, South Carolina, Melony Sanders of Greenville, North Carolina, and Tiffany Santagati-Simpson of Greenville, South Carolina. Bridesmaids wore knee-length cranberry chiffon one-shoulder dresses with draped front by Jordan. Bridesmaids carried lighted pewter lanterns. Flower girls Isabella Bloxham and Kendall Bloxham, cousins of the bride, of Vidalia, Georgia, wore ankle-length layered white chiffon dresses and carried hand-woven grapevine baskets. Madison Morgan, niece of the bride was charged with registering guests in the wedding book.
George Haddad, father of the groom, was Best Man. Groomsmen were Nour Aboujoude of Paris, France (cousin of the groom), Robert Cromley of Greenville, South Carolina, and Mike Hess of Salt Lake City, Utah. Ushers were Trey Morgan, nephew of the bride, of Waynesville and Russell Neale, nephew of the groom, of Foxboro, Massachusetts. Ring Bearers were Justin Neale and Jeremy Neale, twin nephews of the groom of Foxboro. Entertainment for the evening included a Native American flutist, traditional Lebanese belly dancers, and a DJ. Shay Brown Events was the wedding planner. Photographer was Parker J. Pfister, and the wedding video was recorded by Timm Young Films.
Prior to the wedding several social events were held in honor of the bride and groom. The groom and several friends hosted an engagement dinner at Coal Fire Bistro and Wine Bar. Juan Johnson put on a dinner in honor of the couple at Rick Erwin’s West End Grill in Greenville. Tina and Alex Masciarelli and Anna Thompson hosted a brunch/shower at the Shelton House in Waynesville. The parents of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Morgan hosted a cook-out for out-of-town guests, family, and friends at the Coltman home in Bethel. The groom’s parents hosted a Mediterranean vegetarian rehearsal dinner on the grounds at Highland Lake. The parents of the bride held a sit-down dinner/reception at the Grande Olde Hall at Highland Lake Inn following the ceremony.
Following a honeymoon to Antigua the couple will reside in Greenville, South Carolina, where the bride serves as the Director of Diversity at the Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center and the groom is the Director of International Sales at Guardian Building Products.