Breanna Taylor Christie and Steven Albert Hughes, both of Lexington, were united in marriage Aug. 5 at Jackson’s Landing in Batesburg. Chaplain John Denny officiated the 6:30 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Carl and Suzanne Christie of Gilbert. She is the granddaughter of Mittie Christie of Irmo and the late Lewis Christie and Barbara and Bud Hooker of Lexington. She earned a bachelor’s degree in education, and she is employed with Lexington School District 2.
The groom is the son of Troy and Cheryll Hughes of Lexington. He is the grandson of Rose Clements of Sandy Run and the late Willie Albert Clements and Mary Hughes of Lexington and the late Jack Hughes. A high school graduate, he is employed with the South Carolina Army National Guard.
The bride was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents.
Maid of honor was Alexus Morell of Lexington. Matron of honor was Jada Powell of Irmo. Bridesmaids were Danielle Perry, Caroline Vice, and Ali Plyler, all of Lexington; Haleigh Orman of Charlotte, North Carolina; Carolina Sanders of Columbia; Madison Crawford of Bowling Green, Kentucky; and Whitney Simmons of Gilbert. Addison Perry of Lexington was flower girl.
Best men were Aaron Pettry of Lexington and the groom’s father. Groomsmen were James Olver, Nicholas Hicks, Matthew Lever and Jamie Perry, all of Lexington; Christian Wolfe of Sandy Run; Austin Sarokas and Douglas Ferdinande, both of Gilbert. Easton of Lexington was ring bearer.
A reception followed at Jackson’s Landing.
After their honeymoon in St. Lucia, the couple will reside in Lexington.
In their own words
Q: How did you meet?
A: Breanna’s family member introduced us.
Q: When did you know your fiance was “the one”?
A: After our trip to San Antonio, Texas.
Q: Tell us about the proposal.
A: Six thousand miles away with help of family and friends. Then a proper proposal at the Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina.
Q: What part of the wedding day are you most looking forwardto?
A: Saying “I do.”
Q: How did you choose the venue where you were married?
A: The view!
Q: Did you have something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue?