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Miss Misty Brooke Hill and Mr. Mason Ray Cross, both of Cleveland, exchanged marriage vows on Saturday, January 14th at the Kingdom Hall of Jehova’s Witnesses in Cleveland.

Miss Misty Brooke Hill and Mr. Mason Ray Cross, both of Cleveland, exchanged marriage vows on Saturday, January 14th at the Kingdom Hall of Jehova’s Witnesses in Cleveland. Brother Marty Cross, father of the groom, officiated at the two p.m. ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. Harold Hill, Sr. of Red Bank and ms. Regina Hill of Lafayette, Louisiana. Marty and Jeni Cross of Cleveland are the parents of the groom.

A program of nuptial music was presented by Kyle and Amber Jacobson of Cleveland. Wedding Coordinator duties were performed by Ms. Rosa Heintz.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor-length gown of white satin, accented by pearls and lace and featuring a v neckline and cathedral length train. Her veil of illusion featured a simple head piece, accenting her pearl accessories. Her bridal bouquet consisted of fresh roses, greenery, and white streamers.

Ms, Holly Unkel of Sulpher, LA served as Maid of Honor and Miss Lyndsey Burr of Roswell Georgia was bridesmaid.  They wore gowns of purple satin and carried bouquets that complimented the bride’s. The flower girl was Miss Lydia Cross, 3-year-old sister of the groom. She wore a white floor-length satin dress with purple flowers floating inside the sheer net overlay and wore a headband of roses. She carried a silk basket containing purple petals.

Mr. Drew Owens of Ft. Oglethorpe performed the duties of Best Man and Mr. Shawn Heintz of Cleveland was groomsman. Serving as Ring Bearer was Master Noah Cross, six-year-old brother of the groom. Ushers were Avery Cross, brother of the groom, Tyler Colbaugh and Jason Heintz, all of Cleveland.

Others assisting with the wedding were Mr. Kerry Drake, Ms. Brandy Moulder, Mr. Chris Edmonds, and Ms. Gisela Heintz.

A reception held at Bradley Square Conference Hall followed the ceremony. The three-tiered wedding cake featured fresh flowers in the wedding colors. A whimsical tuxedo-shaped Chocolate layered cake served as the grooms cake. Those in charge of the reception and assisting with serving were Mr. & Mrs. Dave Youngdal, Mr. & Mrs. Will Sumey, Ms. Stephanie Hill, Miss Megan Hegel, and Ms. Melody Edmonds. Acting as D.J. for the reception was Avery Cross.

After a wedding trip to Gatlinburg, the couple resides in Cleveland.

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