Katie Greenway and Jody Braselton were united in holy matrimony on Saturday, October 10, 2009 at Central Community Church with Pastor Darrell Allen and Pastor Fritz Musser as officiating ministers. Songs were performed by Seth Elbe, Rory Comtois, and Jody Braselton. Music for the ceremony was played by Jimmy Kyle (keyboard) and Joel Talley (saxophone). Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson, friends and pastors from Bremen, prayed over the couple during the ceremony. Scripture was read by Brittany Hallowes, friend of the bride.
The bride is the daughter of Alvin and Tammie Greenway of Madison. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Donald Greenway of Fairplay, the late Mr. Florence Head of Madison, and Mrs. Hattie Head of Madison. Jody Braselton is the son of Mrs. Sandra Braselton and the late Reverend Jerry Braselton of Lawrenceville. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Clark of Hoschton and the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Braselton of Lawrenceville.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white, satin A-line gown. The strapless gown had a side-draped bodice and asymmetric skirt. The bride wore a diamond bracelet given to her by her father, diamond earrings borrowed from her best friend, and a diamond cluster ring that belonged to her aunt, June Greenway, for something old. The bride’s neck was adorned with a diamond heart necklace given to her by her groom. Her arrangement of flowers consisted of white daises, blue hydrangeas, and yellow roses. The yellow roses in the bride’s bouquet & the groom’s boutonniere were in memory and honor of her aunt, Mrs. June Greenway of Madison.
Printed in the December 10, 2009 edition.
Jennifer Renae Franklin and Daniel Ryan Skinner of Macon were united in marriage Saturday, August 22, 2009 at 4 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Brunswick, with Minister Jimmy Howard officiating. Music was provided by The Stewart-Law Baroque Ensemble, Ann Law flute, John Law cello, David Stewart harpsichord, and Roustem Safine violin . A soloist, Donna Howard sang, “How Beautiful”. Kyle Garrett of Macon, was the Scripture Reader, Maylin Green of Brunswick was the Register Attendant, and the Program Attendants were Maranda Wilson of Brunswick and Kenny Ciarletta of Acworth. The reception, given by the bride’s parents, followed at the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.
The bride is the daughter of James and Sheila Franklin of Hillsboro. She is the granddaughter of Morris and Angela Franklin of Hortense, the late Willie Mae Usher Anderson, the late James Wilson Denty of Brunswick, and the late Jimmy Lee Knight of Jacksonville, Florida. The groom is the son of Ronnie and Shirley Gaskins of Tifton, and Danny Skinner of Adel. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Powell and Mr. and Mrs. John Skinner all of Nashville, Georgia .
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a romantic Cinderella Casablanca white gown. The strapless soft sweetheart bodice was lined with princess seams which complement the A-line pleats of the chapel length skirt. Beautiful beading and embroidery blanketed the entire gown adding an elegant touch. The bride’s fingertip veil had jeweled edging and pearl beading. Her hair was adorned with a jeweled and pearl tiara. She wore a matching necklace, earrings and bracelet with jewels and pearls. She carried an elegant hand-tied bouquet of white roses, white mini calla lilies, and freesia. The bouquet was wrapped with white satin ribbon and secured with a pearl closure.
Bethany Brooke Peeples and Justin Brandon Berghoff were united in holy matrimony May 16, 2009. The enchanting outdoor ceremony took place at the Historic Swan House and Gardens, Atlanta History Center, Atlanta.
Miss Peeples is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Peeples of Anderson, Indiana, Mrs. Denis Dutka of Piggott, Arkansas and the late Mr. Dutka of Olive Branch, Mississippi. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor L. Peeples of Madison.
Mr. Berghoff is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Berghoff of Hudson, Ohio, Mrs. Joann Atchison and the late Ray L. Robison of Griffin. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Berghoff of Hudson, Ohio.
On the spring eve of the union the grounds were spellbinding, lush with cascading roses and their lingering perfume.
Classical nuptial music was provided by After Five string quartet. The seating of the grandmothers and mothers, "Clair de lune," Debussy. The wedding party processional, "Air on G String," Bach. The bridal processional, "Canon in D major," Pachelbel. The recessional, "Wedding March," Mendelssohn.
Leon Dutka great uncle of the bride officiated at the double-ring ceremony.
Given in marriage by her parents the bride was stunning in a full-skirted Italian silk radizimir gown, with elegant spaghetti straps. Her hair was worn in a simple but chic chignon, adorned with a peony and draped in a veil. The veil was her something borrowed from a dear friend and bridesmaid.
The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of white peonies accented with lavender and edged in lambs’ ear.
Dixie Dawn Peeples of Atlanta, sister of the bride was her maid of honor.