Misty Ann Anderson and Rodney Dwight Guinn of Shelbyville were united in marriage during an afternoon ceremony on Nov. 28 at Mount Hermon Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. Charles Guinn, father of the groom, officiated the double-ring ceremony before a large number of guests...
Misty Ann Anderson and Rodney Dwight Guinn of Shelbyville were united in marriage during an afternoon ceremony on Nov. 28 at Mount Hermon Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. Charles Guinn, father of the groom, officiated the double-ring ceremony before a large number of guests.
To compliment her full-length, white wedding gown, the bride carried a bouquet, made by the groom, of assorted white, burgundy and purple flowers. She was escorted by her sons, Hunter Driver and Zach Driver.
Ashleigh Driver served as her mother’s maid of honor. Bride’smaids were Destiny Guinn, daughter of the groom, of Shelbyville, Penny Clay and Lisa Darr, both friends of the bride, of Tullahoma. Flower girl was Ellie Mae Louann Guffey, niece of the bride, and daughter of Josh and Casey Guffey of Raus.
Kanen Guinn attended his father as best man and groomsmen were Greg Guinn of Shelbyville, brother of the groom, John Hunt, best friend, of Unionville and Ricky Duckworth, best friend, from Shelbyville. Ring bearer was Carsen Smith, grandson of the groom, and son of Destiny Guinn.
Ushers, and singers, for the service were Adam Seth Mills of Shelbyville and Levi Nicholson of Lynchburg.
A reception was held at the church immediately following the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Sherry Saunders of Raus and the late Jimmy Dwight Anderson. She is the granddaughter of the late Guy and Ollie Louise Anderson, the late James Stewart and the late Marilyn Moore.
The groom is the son of the Rev. Charles and Mary Jo Guinn of Shelbyville and grandson of the late Jess and Ruby Guinn and the late Hobert and Estie Hill.
The couple plan to make their home in Shelbyville.