Brittany Ann Judson and Donald Earl Mitchell were united in marriage in a double-ring ceremony on Nov. 19 at St. Marks United Methodist Church in Belpre The ceremony was officiated by Pastor David Hubbard.
The bride is the daughter of Tammy Cremeans of Coolville and the granddaughter of the late Earl Cremeans and Betty Cremeans of Coolville.
The bridegroom is the son of Jerry and Laura Mitchell of Vincent.
He is the grandson of Deloris Mitchell of Beverly and the late Donald Mitchell, formerly of Waterford, and the late Ralph and Anna Porter of Fleming.
Given in marriage by her mother and brother, the bride wore a chapel-length gown of white satin embellished with seed pearls and crystals on the strapless bodice and on the train of the dress.
The veil was handmade with crystals and white silk ribbon with a crystal tiara .
The bouquets and boutonnieres of fall flowers trimmed in burgundy and gold ribbons were made by the mother of the groom and the bride .
The maid of honor was Melinda Judson, sister of the bride, and Danyelle Brooker, the bride's cousin. The attendants wore black-and-white tea-length gowns trimmed with crystals.
The best man was Terry Woomer, cousin of the groom, and groomsman was Lloyd Bevaque, lifelong friend of the groom.
The flower girl was Alexia Ruble, and the ring bearer was John Ruble, both of Marietta and cousins of the groom.
A cake and punch reception followed at the fellowship hall of the church. The two-tier white cake was adorned with burgundy ribbon and fall leaves, a gift from Charlene Fronko, longtime family friend.
Photography was taken by the aunt of the groom, Donna Henderson.
The bride and mother of the groom's hair was done by the aunt of the groom, Judy Kidder.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Warren High School and attended the School of Cosmetology in Charleston, S.C.
The groom is a 2003 graduate of Warren High School and attended Washington State Community College.
He is employed by Industrial Security in Belpre.
After a honeymoon, the couple reside in Belpre