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Boyce, Brown united in marriage

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Ray Brown
(Photo by Jennifer Dunaway Photography)
Keri Elizabeth Boyce and Jonathan Ray Brown, both of Shelbyville, were united in marriage on the evening of Friday, Aug. 31, 2012.

The bride is the daughter of Randall and Dawn Boyce of Shelbyville. She is the granddaughter of Doris Beech and the late J.C. "Slick" Beech, Janice Harvey, and Johnny and Lynn Boyce.

The groom is the son of Ray and Stacy Brown of Shelbyville. He is the grandson of Hembree and Wanda Crisp, Lestie Brown and the late Roy Brown, and the late Linda Berra.

The double-ring ceremony was conducted by Jeff Faulk and Tom Henry at Calvary Baptist Church in front of a large company of guests.

Escorted by her father, Randall Boyce, the bride wore a strapless sweetheart tulle ball gown with a beaded belt and sweeping train. Her bouquet consisted of Gerber daisies tied with multi-colored ribbons with her grandfather, Papa Slick's ring tied in.

The bride's friend, Kelsey Dennis was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids included the bride's sister, Chelsey Brown, and friends of the bride, Brook Hill, Jessica Walker, Devin Faulk and Hillary Leftrick.

Cousin of the bride, Kaitlyn Burk served as the ceremony's flower girl. Kaitlyn is the daughter of Wyatt and Shelli Burk of Shelbyville. Kade Coleman of Clarksville -- also a cousin of the bride -- was the couple's ring bearer.

The groom's father, Ray Brown was best man. Groomsmen included friends of the groom, Duane Regyski, Trevor Hasty and Chris "Feet" Price, cousin of the groom, Shane Sudberry, and brother of the bride, Colt Boyce.

Cousin of the bride, Tanner Hilliard of Shelbyville served as usher.

A rehearsal and dinner at Calvary Baptist Church was hosted by the parents of the groom. Following the wedding, a reception was hosted by the parents of the bride at the Fly Arts Center in Shelbyville.

The couple honeymooned in Negril, Jamaica, and plan to make their home in Unionville.