Miss Jones, Dillon united in marriage
Posted: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 8:01 pm
Brittney Jones of Union City and Brandon Dillon of Troy were recently united in marriage during a ceremony at Exchange Street Church of Christ in Union City.
The Rev. Chip Davis of South Fulton officiated the double-ring Christian ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Hollye and Steve Jones of Union City. She is the granddaughter of Jo and Jiggs Barker of Troy and the late Chuck and Betty Jones of Woodland Mills. The groom is the son of Sylvia Dillon of Troy. He is the grandson of the late Charlie and Penny Bright of Troy.
Guests were greeted by registry attendant and sister of groom Debbie Cardwell of South Fulton. The registry table held a Lily’s register book and a photo signature mat.
Brianne Williams of Hickman, Ky., provided vocals during the ceremony.
Ushers were Ja Key of Union City, Bo Pate of Martin and Colt Cardwell of South Fulton.
Tillman Doss of Union City served as the best man, while John Bright of Troy, Justin Phillips of Rives, Brent Netherland of Nashville and Dustin Terrell of Union City served as groomsmen. They wore black tuxedoes with white dress shirts and black ties.
The groom wore a black tuxedo with a white dress shirt and black and white tie.
Wendy Jo Harrison of Union City served as matron of honor, while Kayla Yates of Troy, Crystal Broyles of Fulton and Christie Scott and Deanna Jones, both of Union City, served as bridesmaids. They wore black dresses with white chiffon scarves and carried white and black rose bouquets.
Rebecca Jones of Union City served as the flower girl. She tossed white rose petals as she was escorted down the aisle by her father, Brian Jones. She is also the daughter of Deanna Jones. Drake Terrell, son of Dustin and Priscilla Terrell of Union City, was the ring bearer.
The bride wore a long white strapless Princess dress accented with pearls and sequins. Her bouquet was multi-colored lilies and white roses.
The couple lighted the Unity candle to the song “I Cross My Heart.”
A reception followed the ceremony at Veterans of Foreign War Post 4862. The reception hall was decorated with candles and white rose petals.
Guests enjoyed music provided by a dee jay. The couple danced their first dance as husband and wife to the song “I Cross My Heart.” The bride and her father danced to “I Loved Her First,” while the groom and his mother danced to “Wind Beneath My Wings.”
The bride’s four-tiered cake included layers of strawberry and vanilla and was decorated with black and white icing and topped with a bride and groom decoration.
The groom’s cake was in the shaped of a mallard head.
The couple honeymooned in Gatlinburg.
They are residing in Union City.
Published in The Messenger 4.29.09