Vows - The Only One


Vows - The Only One

Monday, November 18, 2019

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Two years of courtship culminated on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at the Ridgemount United Church, Manchester, when Percy Junor Hospital voucher clerk Sherian Oshin Campbell and Toronto-located Sharper Cuts barber/owner Shane Conroy Graham were joined in holy matrimony.

The two, who were childhood friends, had not seen each other for almost a decade. They bumped into each other in 2016 when Shane visited a relative at Sherian's workplace. A casual exchange of numbers led to a marriage proposal a year later during dinner at his parents' house. She said, 'Yes!'

Here Comes The Bride...

To Celine Dion's Love Doesn't Ask Why, the bridesmaids made their way up the aisle styled in long blush pink mermaid dresses from Fashion Nova, followed shortly after by the groomsmen who had donned sharply tailored navy blue pants and vests with blush pink shirts complemented by burgundy and navy blue ties.

And then it was time for the bride's entrance. To the strains of Lionel Richie's The Only One, Sherian commenced her walk up the aisle on the arm of her stepfather, Howard Bromfield. She was a beautiful sight in a white mermaid gown as she made her way to her bridegroom, who was clad in a burgundy suit, white dress shirt with blue suspenders and bow tie from Strauss Menswear, Canada. The service was officiated by Pastor Gerald Emmanuel.


After officially becoming husband and wife, what was left to do but celebrate? Moorlands Estate in Manchester was decorated with blush, gold and white by Charmaine Heron. The newly-weds entered to Joseph Stepper's Wife, after which they enjoyed their first dance as husband and wife to If Only You Knew by Patti Labelle.

Guests enjoyed dinner ahead of the unveiling and cutting of the cake, and copious toasts to the newly-weds.

The honeymoon

The newly-weds spent their honeymoon at Royal Decameron Cornwall Beach, Montego Bay, St James.

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