Chris Kimberly and Courtney Sellers

Chris Kimberly and Courtney Sellers

Dr. and Mrs. Gladstone Sellers of Sandy Springs are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Margaret Courtney, to Christopher Wilken Kimberly, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kimberly of Acworth.

Courtney is a 2008 graduate of the Marist School and earned both a Bachelor of Business in marketing from the Terry College of Business at and a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics at The University of Georgia. She obtained a Master of Medical Science from Mercer University as a physician assistant, completed a residency in primary care at the University of Florida, and is now a Family Medicine PA at North Atlanta Primary Care at its West Paces location.

Chris is a 2007 graduate of Kell High School in Acworth, he attended Kennesaw State University, and then earned a Bachelor of Business in management from the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia. He is operations manager at XPO Logistics in their Norcross location.

The wedding and reception took place Nov. 17 at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center in Atlanta. Rev. David Melton of Dunwoody United Methodist Church performed the ceremony. The Sellers have been members of the church since 1992.

Courtney’s Maid of Honor was her longtime friend Dorothy Smith, her other attendants were Carolyn Elliott Rusiecki, Caroline Baudrand Flanders and Jessa Del Conte. Chris’ Best Man was his older brother Matt Kimberly, his other attendants were Billy Okvist, Justin Battles, and Trey Sellers.

The bride wore a custom Modern Trousseau A-line gown in embossed silk, with a chapel train, French bustle and pockets. The bridesmaids were each in dresses of their own choosing in gray chiffon. The groom and his attendants looked dapper in classic black tuxedos, complete with bowties and cummerbunds.

After a honeymoon in the Dominican Republic, the couple resides in North Druid Hills with their yellow lab Blanche.

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