A Fabulous Affair

Published: Sunday | March 18, 2012 Comments 0
Selena Wong's mastery is evident in the wedding cake.
Selena Wong's mastery is evident in the wedding cake.
Stepfather of the groom Dr D.K. Duncan and his wife, Beverley Anderson-Duncan, feed each other wedding cake.
Stepfather of the groom Dr D.K. Duncan and his wife, Beverley Anderson-Duncan, feed each other wedding cake.
The newly-weds Mr and Mrs Sheldon Powe (centre) with family members of the groom (from left): Dr Josina Duncan, Patricia Sutherland, Donna Duncan-Scott and Imani Duncan-Price.
The newly-weds Mr and Mrs Sheldon Powe (centre) with family members of the groom (from left): Dr Josina Duncan, Patricia Sutherland, Donna Duncan-Scott and Imani Duncan-Price.
The bride and groom (third and fourth right) with members of the groom's family (from left): brothers David Duncan and Nevada Powe, Dylan Powe and Keith Duncan.
The bride and groom (third and fourth right) with members of the groom's family (from left): brothers David Duncan and Nevada Powe, Dylan Powe and Keith Duncan.
From left: Bruce Guy, stepbrother of the bride; mother of the bride, Marilyn Guy, her stepfather Dr Kipling Guy and her brother Gerald Guy.
From left: Bruce Guy, stepbrother of the bride; mother of the bride, Marilyn Guy, her stepfather Dr Kipling Guy and her brother Gerald Guy.
The reception decor.
The reception decor.
The bridal party (from left): Dr Trudy-Ann Batchelor-Price, Dr Josina Duncan, Dr Jody-Ann Jarrett , the definitely not blushing bride, Dr Mellissa Green-Powe, Dr Candice Gransaull, Dr Tamara Thompson-Emery and Joelle Powe.
The bridal party (from left): Dr Trudy-Ann Batchelor-Price, Dr Josina Duncan, Dr Jody-Ann Jarrett , the definitely not blushing bride, Dr Mellissa Green-Powe, Dr Candice Gransaull, Dr Tamara Thompson-Emery and Joelle Powe.
The ardent groom Sheldon Powe gets a hug from his bride, Dr Mellissa Green-Powe.
The ardent groom Sheldon Powe gets a hug from his bride, Dr Mellissa Green-Powe.
Parents of the bride, Marilyn and Dr Kipling Guy, are enjoying the moment.
Parents of the bride, Marilyn and Dr Kipling Guy, are enjoying the moment.
The rings - Contributed photos
The rings - Contributed photos
From left: Dr D.K. Duncan, the groom, Sheldon Powe, and his father, Rupert Powe.
From left: Dr D.K. Duncan, the groom, Sheldon Powe, and his father, Rupert Powe.

It was a joyous occasion when Sheldon Marc Powe and Dr Mellissa Nicole Green were united in holy matrimony at the picturesque Caymanas Golf and Country Club on January 28. The bride is the daughter of Marilyn and Dr Kipling Guy and the groom is the son of Rupert Powe and the late Grace Duncan. The Reverend Dr Sam Green officiated and the joyous music for the occasion was provided by Yanique Leiba-Ebanks, Dimario Mc Dowell and DJ Audley.

Master of ceremonies Keith Duncan ably steered proceedings at the poolside reception.

The bridal party comprised maid of honour Dr Jody-Ann Jarrett, bridesmaids Dr Tamara Thompson Emery, Dr Trudy-Ann Batchelor-Price, Dr Candice Gransaull, Dr Josina Duncan and Joelle Powe. Best man was Newton Baker supported by groomsmen Nevada Powe, David Duncan, Gerald Guy, Maurice Barnes and Craig Powe.

How They Met

Sheldon and Mellissa were introduced to each other by a mutual friend at the all-inclusive party, Day Dreams, during the 2007 Christmas season. "Mellissa's friend and maid of honour Dr Jody-Ann Jarrett took a picture of us together within 15 minutes of us meeting as she immediately saw the chemistry between us," Sheldon told Outlook.

The happy groom further said said, "I knew Mellissa was the one when we first met; there was just something about her that was different and refreshing. Besides that Mellissa is strikingly beautiful, intelligent, and adventurous and lots of fun."

After that initial exchange of numbers at the party, there were many failed attempts to date but she finally gave him a chance to cook dinner for her. Subsequently, they went to movies, plays, dinner and parties and travelled extensively to places such as Orlando, Cancun, New York, Hong Kong and China. The courtship lasted for four years before they decided to tie the knot.

Mellissa revealed that initially, it was not love at first sight that drew her to her new hubby. It took a couple of months to make up her mind but the process became easy as he easy-going, fun and very romantic! The Powes honeymooned at Iberostar Grand.


















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