Saturday, December 9, 2017
Raeanne Gould and Joshua Brantley, both of Brookfield, were married Aug. 25 at the Butler Institute of American Art. A reception followed at the Mahoning Country Club, Girard. The bride’s cousin, Diane Mastronard, officiated at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony.
Daniel and Patricia Gould of Brookfield are the parents of the bride. The parents of the groom are Teri Webber of Lisbon and the late Robert Brantley.
The couple took a wedding trip to Mohican State Park and reside in Brookfield.
The bride earned an associate degree of science in computer networking from High-Tech Institute. She is a bartender at Avalon Country Club in Warren.
The groom works as an evening supervisor at Environmental Services in Youngstown.
The bride wore an ivory, fitted gown with a beaded overlay, tulle skirt and custom silver belt. The ensemble was completed with a sparkling veil.
Honor attendants were Alyssa Gould, sister of the bride, and Christine Hess.
Bridesmaids, wearing royal blue dresses with silver belts, were Alexis Gould and Julie Gould, sisters of the bride; Rachel Burns; Jennifer Thompson; Ashley Mate, cousin of the bride; and Rosa Stewart. Junior bridesmaids and daughters of the groom were Riley Brantley and Allyson Brantley. The flower girl was Peyton Brantley, daughter of the groom.
Sharing the duties of best man were Jared Pritts and Jeff Stewart. Groomsmen were Jason Lind; Carl Venzeio, cousin of the bride; Terry Ferrick; Anthony D’Apruzzo; Richard Lobaugh; and Bryce Bronson.
The ushers were Marcus Nenichka and Blake Reynolds, nephews of the groom.