Laura Jane (Blakely) Weaver and Roy Hilliker, both of Irving, were united in marriage on Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010, at 5 p.m. The double-ring ceremony held at the couple's Versailles Road home, outside on the back patio surrounded by rows of potted petunias, was officiated by Connie Johnson, justice of the peace.
The bride is the daughter of Earl and Irene Blakely of Irving. The groom is the son of Raymond and Kathryn Hilliker of Irving.
The bride wore a black and white sundress and carried a single white rose. Her matron of honor, Jody Waterman of Forestville, wore a simple-yet-elegant black dress adorned with a string of pearls, carrying a single yellow rose.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hilliker
Kevin Waterman of Forestville served as best man.
The couple's granddaughter, Cameron Mathews of Mayville, served as flower girl. She wore a cream-colored sundress with silver floral accents. Sierra Mathews of Mayville, the couple's granddaughter, served as the ring bearer. She wore a white sundress accented by a white and black necklace.
The bride and groom were escorted by Dan Salerno in a black 1963 Falcon Sprint to the reception, held at the Mustard Seed in South Dayton, where Nettie and her staff prepared and served an outstanding meal.
The bride was a 1977 Silver Creek High School graduate and the groom was a 1978 Silver Creek graduate. The couple were high school sweethearts who reconnected after 30 years.
A honeymoon at the Finger Lakes followed the reception. The couple resides in Irving.