First Posted: 5/15/2009
Alana Lynn Holyfield and William Henry Greene were married May 16 at 4:30 p.m. in vows spoken in the High Point Friends Meeting, High Point. Pastor Rob Black officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Dough and Hannah Holyfield of Dobson. She graduated from High Point University and is employed with High Point Regional Health System.
The bridegroom is the son of John and Terry Greene of High Point. He graduated from Wake Tech and is employed with RaRa Telecom Supply.
The scripture readers were Alisa Greene and Kelsey Dumoulin.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a Pronovias strapless satin gown with cathedral-length train. The ruched bodice featured a gathered waistline enhanced with a tulle overlay with crystal and pearl detailing. She carried a bouquet of white roses, lilies and delphinium.
The matron of honor was Ashley Godwin of Greensboro. The bridesmaids were Melody Link of Durham; Lori Link of Asheville; Maria Carroll of High Point; Amy Holt of Dobson; Lara Rowland of Durham; and Jennifer Cox of Polo, Ill.
They wore jewel-toned green strapless dresses and carried bouquets of white roses, lilies and delphinium.
The honorary bridesmaids were Nicole Holmes and Jessica Tarter.
The flower girls were Lily Dumoulin, Sadie Dumoulin, Graylyn Wolffis and Kayleigh Greene.
John Greene III of High Point served the bridegroom as best man. The groomsmen were John Greene IV of High Point; Thomas Greene of Arlington, Va.; Jacob Landreth of Greensboro; Sam Newman and Brian Karim, both of Raleigh; and Matt Bunting of Durham.
Program attendants were Ethan Dumoulin and Colby Wolffis.
A reception, hosted by the brides parents, followed at Centennial Station in High Point.
The newlyweds later departed on a wedding trip to St. Lucia.
They will reside in Thomasville.
The bridegrooms parents entertained with the rehearsal dinner on Friday evening at J. Basul Nobles.