Kristin Horton and Seth Maynard wed at White Plains Baptist Church

First Posted: 4/30/2009

Melanie Kristin Horton of Pilot Mountain and Seth Kyle Maynard of King were united in marriage on April 18 at 5 p.m. at White Plains Baptist Church in Mount Airy. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. David Horton, father of the bride, and the Rev. David Maynard, father of the bridegroom.
The bride is the daughter of David and Robin Horton of Pilot Mountain. She graduated from White Plains Christian School and Wytheville Community College. She is a RN at Northern Hospital of Surry County.
The bridegroom is the son of David and Berita Maynard of Clemmons. He graduated from Calvary Christian School in King and Clearwater Christian College in Florida. He is now a finance advisor for Edward Jones in Rural Hall.
The bride was escorted by her father. The maid of honor was Kayla Bowman of Mount Airy. The bridesmaids were Brooke Jones of Germanton; Rebecca McMillan of Cana, Va.: Tonya Jennings of Dobson; Nicole Wright of Woodlawn, Va.; and Alexis Spencer of Eagle Rock, Va.
The best man was Johnny Gay of Winston-Salem. The groomsmen were Clayton Maynard of Buffalo, Wyo.; Nathan Maynard of Hammond, Ind.; Josh Horton of Pilot Mountain; and Wesley Carter, James Hart and Dave Ramirez, all of King.
The flower girls were Reagan Davis of Mount Airy; Clara Grace Maynard of Buffalo, Wyo., and Adeline Maynard of Mocksville
The ring bearer was Corey Horton of Brown Summit.
The miniature bride was Madison Bowman of Pilot Mountain and the miniature groom was Caleb Horton of Pilot Mountain.
The pianist was Heather Norman of Mount Airy and vocalists were Rebecca Maynard of Buffalo, Wyo. and Nathan Webb of Mount Airy.
The attendants were Kelley Jones of Germanton and Samantha Jones of Mount Airy. The aisle runner attendant was Jacob Bowman of Pilot Mountain.
The brides parents hosted a reception in the church fellowship hall. Well-known violinist Jim Vipperman played beautifully for the reception.
The couple will reside in King.

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