Hall-Berry wed in outdoor ceremony

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Jillian Rose Hall and Edward Colten Berry were united in marriage on July 9, 2011 in an outdoor ceremony at the Side Saddle Inn of Cynthiana. Bro. Todd Moody of Stringtown Church performed the Christian service.
The bride is the daughter of Ronnie Hall of Mt. Sterling and Andrea Hughes of Georgetown. She is a 2010 graduate of Harrison County High School and a student of Maysville Community College.
The groom is the son of Jennifer Roberts of Cynthiana and the late Edward Berry. He is a 2009 graduate of Harrison County High School and is employed at TMMK of Georgetown.
The bride and groom were attended by friends and family.
Maids of honor were Hope Mullikin, friend of the bride, and Stephanie Fryman, friend of the bride. Flower girl was Rheagan Music, cousin of the bride.
Kaleb Berry, brother of the groom, and C. J. Claypool, brother of the groom, stood as best men. Reese Music, cousin of the bride, served as ring bearer. Riley Music, cousin of the bride, escorted the bride’s beloved Yorkie-poo, Ellie, down the aisle. Ushers were Seth Tyler Hall, brother of the bride, and Trevor Maxwell, friend of the groom.
Sarah Slusher, friend of the bride, attended the guest book. LeeAnn Fryman, friend of the bride, coordinated the ceremony. Ashley Hall, sister of the bride, was in charge of the ceremony music. Lin and Debbie Haley along with Chuck and Lisa Mullikin, friends of the bride, assisted in setting up the venue. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
The bride wore a strapless A-line gown of ivory chiffon. The chapel length train and bodice were adorned by chiffon roses highlighted by ivory satin ribbon at the waist. A pearl and crystal tiara along with an ivory chapel length veil and heirloom pearl jewelry completed the bride’s ensemble. The bride created her own hand-tied bouquet of fresh cut hot pink gerbera daisies and ivory roses tipped in pink.
The maids of honor wore matching strapless knee length gowns in shades of yellow and aqua blue. Each carried a hand-tied bouquet of hot pink gerbera daisies. The flower girl wore an ivory dress matching that of the bride along with a halo of pink daisies in her hair. Ellie, the Yorkie-poo, wore a white satin gown complete with a tulle bow on her head and was led by a metallic gold leash.
The groom wore a classic black tuxedo with an ivory vest and tie. The best men were dressed in black tuxedos with vest and tie in shades of yellow and aqua blue. The ushers each wore black slacks with white dress shirts along with yellow vest and tie. The ring bearer and escort wore black slacks and white dress shirts with a vest and tie in aqua blue.
Round tables, covered with white linens, yellow runners and antique blue Mason jars filled with hot pink gerbera daisies, made up the outdoor reception area. Guests were served a buffet style meal catered by Fat Boys Bar-B-Q of Georgetown.
The wedding cake, a 5-layer masterpiece of almond cake with raspberry butter cream filling, was created by Avi’s of Cynthiana. The cake was embellished with hot pink gerbera daisies, pink ribbon and a crystal studded “B” as the topper. Candid photography, provided by Ashlyn Techau of Cynthiana, captured the events of the day.
The couple enjoyed a five-day honeymoon cruise to Key West and Cozumel. They are residing in Cynthiana.