Cassidy Ariel Norton Weds Logan Michael Minnick

Mr. and Mrs. Logan Michael Minnick

Cassidy Ariel Norton and Logan Michael Minnick, of Greeneville, were married at 2 p.m. June 17, 2017, at Capitol Theatre of Greeneville.

The bride is the daughter of Kenneth and Kelyn Norton, of Greeneville.

The groom is the son of Tim and Jean Ann Minnick, of Greeneville.

For the ceremony, the theater’s stage was decorated with a standing, centered backdrop draped with ivory sheers and white lights. Ferns were placed on each side of the stage, and stage lighting completed the setting.

Given in marriage by her parents, the bride was escorted by her father.

She wore an ivory petite dress with an illusion lace neckline. The A-line tulle skirt, with a sweep train, had a silk ribbon and was adorned with a small, ivory floral and rhinestone sash. Her veil was one-tier, elbow-length tulle with a beaded edge. She wore flower pearl earrings belonging to her grandmother, Louise Wilhoit. Her bouquet, created by her aunt, Trisha Wilhoit, was filled with teal and ivory roses, baby’s breath and brooches, including a brooch belonging to her great-grandmother, Neva Wilhoit.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Ashley Norton, of Raleigh, North Carolina. Her sister Savannah Norton, of Bridgeport, Texas, was matron of honor.

Kenly Wilhoit, of Chuckey, the bride’s cousin, was bridesmaid.

The attendants wore turquoise, lace knee-length dresses.

Sign bearer was the bride’s nephew, Easton Griffin, of Bridgeport, Texas.

Ty Wilhoit, of Chuckey, was ringbearer.

The best man was Enrique Cruz, of Knoxville.

Groomsmen were Patrick Wells, of Knoxville; the groom’s brother, Ryan Minnick, of Dandridge; the bride’s brother, Tad Norton, of Greeneville; Austin Boys, of Franklin; and John Boys, of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.

Ushers were John Doty, Kevin Forni and Colby Freeman.

The mother of the bride and the mother of the groom wore navy, knee-length dresses and corsages of baby’s breath with small, silver brooches in the center.

The wedding and reception director was Trisha Wilhoit, of Chuckey.

The reception was held at the theater, where the bride’s cake featured a tiered cupcake stand with vanilla cupcakes with white icing and miniature chocolate cupcakes with teal icing. The top tier held a white cake with a teal scroll design, topped with a silhouette of a bride and groom.

The groom’s cake was shaped as a suitcase and topped with flags of countries he has visited or has other special connections to, representing his interest in traveling.

Servers were Lucy Boys, Finette Craft, Emily Graham, Kim Graham, Kathy Myers, Mike Myers, Eva Sams, Teresa Spears and Jan Ward. Other assistants were Ashley Foster, Tiffani Jenkins, Summer Peters and Jessica Robinette.

Bridal book attendants were Jessica Bowman and Anna Renner.

Following a wedding trip to Aruba, the couple are living in Greeneville.

She is a school counselor at T.A. Dugger Junior High School, in Elizabethton. He is a certified teacher.

Out-of-town guests included Margaret Ann, John Franklin and Thomas Forni, of Nashville; Jack and Wyatt Doty, of Charlotte, North Carolina; Marlon, Tonya and Karmyn Sams, of Corbin, Kentucky; and family members from Bristol, Virginia.

Pre-nuptial parties included a March 26 bridal shower hosted by Trisha Wilhoit and Tammie Feathers at the Fraternal Order of Police Center; an April 9 bridal shower hosted by Eva Sams and Lucy Boys at the home of Lucy Boys; a May 6 bridal shower hosted by Mary Jo Susong, Margaret Ann Forni, Nicole Doty and Michelle Freeman at the General Morgan Inn; and a June 16 rehearsal dinner hosted by Tim and Jean Ann Minnick at their home.

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