Lisa Ann Tilley of Pilot Mountain and Jason Larry Dean Corns of Pilot Mountain exchanged vows on June 15 in an outdoor wedding ceremony at 2 p.m. at the home of June Fulk in Dobson. Joseph Fulk III officiated at the wedding.
The bride is the daughter of John Tilley Jr. and Vivia Tilley of Pinnacle. She graduated from East Surry High School and the University of Alabama with a billing diploma, and from Penn Foster as a travel and tourism specialist. She is a billing and finance clerk with AT&T.
The bridegroom is the son of Betty Spencer of Mount Airy, stepfather Amos Spencer of Mount Airy, and father, the late Earl Larry Corns of Pilot Mountain. The bridegroom graduated from East Surry High School and works as a card operator at Parkdale Mills in Hillsville, Va.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory floor-length, strapless gown with a fitted bodice and an empire waist accented with exquisite, hand-beaded lace. The veil was trimmed in exquisite beads. She also wore a tiara enhanced with rhinestones and pearls.
Sherri Tilley of Pinnacle, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. She wore a short Malibu, one-shoulder chiffon dress with a flutter sleeve and a princess-style waist.
The bridesmaids were Kayleigh Jonas of Monroe, cousin of the bride; and Cheyenne Rowe of East Bend, daughter of the groom. They wore short Malibu chiffon dresses with a sweetheart neckline and a flower detail at the waist with soft cascading ruffles.
The flower girl was Ellie Morris of Mount Airy.
The best man was Gabe Corns of Cana, Va., the son of the groom.
The registry and program attendant was Landon Smith of Lambsburg, Va. The ushers were Matthew Corns of Dugspur, Va., brother of the groom; and John Tilley III of Lowgap, brother of the bride.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Drew’s DJ Creations.
Kathy Key was the wedding director. The photographer was Kim Morris from Eyes On You Photography, and videographer was Brian Ashley.
A reception immediately followed the ceremony and was catered by Alicia Hunter of Charlotte. The reception servers were Debra Goad, Robin Bowman and Taylor Ashley.
The music and entertainment was provided by Drew’s DJ Creations.
The couple left the reception in a horse-drawn carriage.
After a honeymoon in the Bahamas, the couple will reside in Pilot Mountain.