Brooke Ashley Honeycutt and Brent Thomas Hiatt were united in marriage on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 5 o’clock in the afternoon at the cabin and pond of a family friend in Cana, VA. Pastor Charles Fishel officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Breck Honeycutt of Ararat, NC and the late Ann Honeycutt. She is the granddaughter of Cecil Honeycutt and the late Jim Honeycutt; the late Bobby Johnson and the late Annie Shepherd.
She graduated from East Surry High School and UNC-Charlotte and is a project management specialist at SouthData, Inc. in Mount Airy.
The groom is the son of Kenny and Gail Hiatt of Cana, VA. He is the grandson of the late Doug and Kate Hiatt and the late M.C. and Eva Marsh.
He graduated from Carroll County High School and Surry Community College and is employed as lead pressman at SouthData, Inc. in Mount Airy.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, Breck Honeycutt.
She wore a strapless dress with a sweetheart neckline and ivory lace overlay featuring a rustic champagne sash accented with flowers. She wore a tan Gerber daisy in her hair.
The bride carried a bouquet of sunflowers and baby’s breath with the addition of red Gerber daises and other flowers from her father’s garden. All bouquets, centerpieces, and decorations for the wedding were put together by the bride and her friends.
The bride’s sister, Paige Honeycutt of Ararat, NC served as her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the bride’s best friends, Amanda Benson of King and Dawn Sisk of Pinnacle. They wore denim dresses and carried bouquets of sunflowers and baby’s breath.
The groom’s father, Kenny Hiatt of Cana, VA, served as best man. Groomsmen were the groom’s brother, Kent Hiatt of Cana, VA and the groom’s cousin, Frederick Hiatt who resides in Pennsylvania.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Jason Phillips on the fiddle.
Mary Lilly photographed the wedding and served as director.
Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed an outdoor reception with a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains where they danced to the music of DJ Kevin Edwards.
The newlyweds flew out the morning after the wedding for a week’s stay at Paradise Bay Resort on the island of Oahu, Hawaii and are now making their home in Cana, VA.
The couple would like to thank their family and friends who helped to make their big day possible.