Jolley, Bumgarner vows exchanged
Dec. 09, 2012 @ 12:11 AM
RUTHERFORD COUNTY —
Paige Marie Jolley and Brandon Mitchum Bumgarner were united in marriage on Friday, June 22, 2012, at Goodes Creek Baptist Church. Dr. Cecil Lovelace officiated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony. Music was presented by Caleb Edwards and Sherrie Moore.
The bride is the daughter of Kelly and Penny Ingle of Cliffside and Todd Jolley of Moore, SC. She was escorted to the altar by her mother and father and chose a strapless satin, trumpet style gown with crystal beading at the waist and a bouquet of white calla lilies, hot pink roses framed with black feathers and a zebra ribbon wrap adorned with pearls.
Brandon is the son of Randy Bumgarner of Sunshine and Clara Bumgarner of Rutherfordton. Mr. Bumgarner was his son's best man.
Victoria Belue of Forest City, matron of honor, wore a knee-length, sleeveless white and black satin dress adorned with pink ribbon at the waist and carried gerber daisies.
Brittnee Presley of Black Mountain and Ashley Dalton of Sandy Mush, both friends of the bride presided at the guest register. Denise Millwood, of Forest City, directed the ceremony.
An Hors d'oeuvre reception followed in the fellowship hall. The tables were adorned with white linen table cloths with black silk runners and hot pink floating candles. Reception attendants were Angel Guffey, Joy Putnam, Mary Jo Teseniar, Caroline Teseniar, Doug and Gina Maness.
Paige is a graduate of Chase High School and Western Carolina University. She is employed by Rutherford Regional Medical Center as a registered nurse.
Brandon graduated from East Rutherford High School and Isothermal Community College. He works for United States Infrastructure Corp.
After a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, the couple resides in Forest City.