Rachael Kathryn Beebe of Charleston and Thomas Robinson Henry of Georgetown were united in marriage on Saturday, April 7, at Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church in Georgetown.
The six o'clock ceremony was officiated by the Rev. David Thurlow.
The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Beebe Jr. of Summerville. She is a graduate of Fort Dorchester High School, Florida State University and the University of South Carolina. She is employed with Easterseals.
The groom is the son of of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quinn of Pawleys Island and the late Mr. James H. Henry of Gastonia, North Carolina. A graduate of Lowcountry Day School and the College of Charleston, he is employed with The Litchfield Company and 620 Prince.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory silk dupioni gown with a sleeveless bodice and bateau neckline. The gown featured a full gathered skirt with hidden side pockets and double beaded straps. She carried a bouquet of lush white peonies bundled with white ranunculus and white O'Hara garden roses.
Her attendants were Elisabeth D. Beebe, Nancy B. Evans, Carol Anne Henry and Martha C. Henry. The bride's niece, Kathryn L. Evans, was the flower girl.
Groomsmen were Michael D. Quinn, Michael J. Quinn and Robert G. Beebe III. The bride's nephew, Graham D. Evans, was the ring bearer.
A selection of music was provided by bagpiper Christian Markle, snare drummer Russell Davis, organist James Calk and soloist Caitlyn Rainey.
A reception was held in the Winyah Indigo Society Hall.
A rehearsal dinner and welcome party were given by Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Quinn at 620 Prince on Friday, April 6. A wedding breakfast was given by friends of the groom on Saturday morning at Exchange Plantation.
The couple will reside in Georgetown after a wedding trip to Italy.