Kylie Javae Renner Weds Caleb Marshall Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Marshall Shaw

Kylie Javae Renner and Caleb Marshall Shaw, of Greeneville, were married Oct. 20, 2018.

The Rev. E.J. Swatsell, of Greeneville, officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony at The Homeplace at Johnston Farms.

The bride is the daughter of Paul and Yvonne Renner, of Greeneville.

The groom is the son of Debbie Mather and Danny Shaw, of Greeneville.

Decor for the ceremony included a white, vintage frame arch with arrangements of white and wine-colored hydrangeas, deep white and wine dianthus, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus and accents of pampas grass. Greenery adorned a sign reading, “Welcome to our Happily Ever After.” Pews were decorated with greenery. A mountain view provided a backdrop for the outdoor ceremony.

Given in marriage by her father, Paul Renner, the bride wore a designer sleeveless gown with a scalloped neckline, beaded and appliqued tulle with soft, folded pleats in the train and a matching, chapel-length veil. Her bouquet included fresh, white peonies, wine dianthus, red roses and seeded eucalyptus. She carried a piece of her late grandfather’s work shirt around the bottom of the bouquet and wore a ring that belonged to her grandmother and a pearl bracelet that was a gift from the groom.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Chelsea Renner, of San Diego, California.

Bridesmaids were Kansas Dixon and Taylor Shuffler, of Greeneville; Alora Ricker, of Johnson City; Allie Lunsford and Rachel Brooks, of Greeneville; and the bride’s cousin, Ashton Wykle, of Greeneville.

The attendants wore long chiffon gowns in various styles and colors, including biscotti, portobello and wine. The maid of honor wore a sequined gown.

The flower girl was the groom’s niece, Sutton Shuffler, of Greeneville. Ridge Bailey, of Greeneville, was the ring bearer.

The groom’s brother, Ayden Shaw, of Greeneville, was the best man.

Groomsmen were the groom’s brother-in-law, Jalen Shuffler, of Greeneville; and Preston Shuffler, Dane Holland, Jon Luke Myers, Wesley Foshie and Daniel Lowery, all of Greeneville.

The mother of the bride wore a short, blush, two-piece, lace and sequin dress. The mother of the groom wore a short, wine latte chiffon dress. Both wore corsages of white rose with pheasant feathers attached.

Musicians for the ceremony were Micah Baxley, of Greeneville, on violin; Jenna Shuffler, of Greeneville, a soloist and on guitar; and Carly Shaw, of New York City, a soloist.

Wedding directors were the bride’s cousins, Tamara Wyke and Sharee Southerland, of Greeneville.

For the reception at The Homeplace, the entrance had barrels with floral arrangements of wine hydrangeas, white dianthus and draping greenery. The outside balcony had draping greenery with the letter “S.” A variety of green and white pumpkins were used throughout with feathers in lanterns and greenery. The focal point featured pampas grass, white and wine hydrangeas, wine roses and sprays of eucalyptus.

Bridal book attendants were the bride’s cousins, Kinsley and Braelyn Wykle, of Greeneville.

The reception director was Ginger Lister, of Greeneville.

Out-of-town guests attended from Knoxville, New York City and San Diego, California.

Prenuptial parties included an Aug. 18 miscellaneous shower given by Amy Shaw and Jenna Shuffler at the Shaw home; an Aug. 19 miscellaneous shower given by family at Cedar Creek Church of God; a Sept. 8 personal shower given by Taylor Shuffler and Kansas Dixon at the Shuffler home; a Sept. 23 miscellaneous shower given by the Hulls, Hollowells, Wilhoits, and Wrights at the Wilhoits’ home; a Sept. 19 tool shower given by Jalen Shuffler and Ayden Shaw at the Shuffler home; and a Sept. 30 shower given by Joetta Shelton at the Shelton home.

After a wedding trip to Big Sky, Montana, the couple are living in the Glenwood community.

She is a senior at East Tennessee State University, expected to graduate in December with a marketing degree. He is employed by the Greeneville Light & Power System.