Kini Johnson and Matthew Brindle wed at Cross Creek Country Club

First Posted: 8/1/2009

Kini Elice Johnson and Matthew Montana Brindle were married Aug. 1 at 8 p.m. at Cross Creek Country Club. The Rev. Ricky Shrewsbury performed the ceremony at dusk at the pavilion with an arbor adorned with varying shades of pink hydrangeas, roses and greenery.
The bride is the daughter of Ken and Becky Johnson of Dobson. Her grandparents are Thomas Flynn of Dobson and the late Bonnie Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Johnson of Pilot Mountain. She graduated from Surry Central High School and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she received a degree in speech pathology. She is working on a masters degree in speech pathology at UNC-Greensboro.
The bridegroom is the son of Danny and Debbie Brindle of Mount Airy. His grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Quesinberry of Mount Airy and the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brindle of Dobson. He graduated from North Surry High School, attended Surry Community College and works at Sign Company, Greensboro.
The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a white satin strapless gown adorned with a broach of sequins in the front and sequins with buttons down the train. She carried a traditional bouquet of white roses and pink lilies.
The matron of honor was Ashley Godwin of Greensboro. Bridesmaids were Nicole Brindle of Mount Airy, sister-in-law of the bridegroom; Lindsay Davis of Raleigh; Lindsay Knopp of Winston-Salem; Stacie Wood of Yadkinville; and Anna Seaford of Advance.
They wore black strapless gowns with sequins on the side and carried traditional bouquets in shades of pink and green.
Lacy McKee and Mary Slade McKee were the flower girls.
Nicholas Brindle of Mount Airy served his brother as best man. The groomsmen were Kirk Johnson of Dobson, brother of the bride; Corey Quesinberry of Thurmond, cousin of the groom; Kelly Moser and Justin Haynes, both of Mount Airy; and Ronald Quesinberry of Dobson, cousin of the bridegroom.
Honorary groomsmen were John and Ross McKee, both of Greensboro.
Music was provided by L.U.E.Y. Entertainment Services and Ross McKee on the guitar, accompanied by Ken Brown.
The wedding director was Debbie Ziegler of Reidsville with Kim Craig as assistant.
Greeters were Alyson Hubler, Charles Wingers Orr III, Maranda Atkins and Erin Doser.
A reception followed in the banquet hall at Cross Creek Country Club. Tables were decorated with hurricane lanterns holding white candles, pink flowers and black tapers.
After a wedding trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple will reside in Pilot Mountain.

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