Jane Ann Hinnant and Travis Walker Goldie were united in marriage Saturday, July 28, at Shandon Baptist Church in Columbia.
The six o’clock candlelight ceremony was officiated by The Reverend Philip C. Thrailkill of Main Street United Methodist Church in Greenwood.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Mrs. Patricia G. Long, organist; Dr. Randolph D. Love, trumpeter and Mr. Steven Turner, soloist. A reception followed at The Millstone at Adam’s Pond.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Bryant Hinnant (nee Gail Ashford) of Columbia. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Annie C. Ashford and the late Mr. Robert E. Ashford of Winnsboro, and Mrs. Jane C. Hinnant and the late Mr. Thad E. Hinnant of Lexington. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at South University.
The groom is the son of Ms. Debra L. Walker and Mr. Andrew C. Goldie of Columbia. He is the grandson of Mrs. Madelin Day of Lexington. He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics with an emphasis in computer science. He is employed as a QA engineer at Sios Technology in Lexington.
The bride, escorted by her father, was given in marriage by her parents. She wore a beautiful fitted lace gown by Allure Bridal featuring a delicate, scalloped v-shaped neckline and v-shaped back with a lace skirt that flowed delicately into a chapel length train. The waistline was defined by a sash accented with rhinestones. The underskirt of the gown featured the monogram of the bride and groom and their wedding date embroidered in light blue. She wore a beautiful chapel length veil trimmed in scalloped lace and a rhinestone tiara. Her bouquet was of white roses and calla lilies accented with pearl pins and hand tied in white satin and lace from her mother’s bridal veil.
Maid of Honor was Miss Amanda Suzanne Kenyon, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Regina Sarah McDaniel, Miss Kayla Jennings Belk and Mrs Kayla Boatwright Hornsby, all friends of the bride. For her bridesmaids, Mrs. Goldie chose a timeless gown from Bill Levkoff with a retro silhouette paired with modern detailing in sage green European satin. The gown featured a v-shaped neckline and curvy mermaid-style skirt adorned with asymmetrical gathers and a high waist accented by a tucked band. They bridesmaids wore rhinestone necklaces, earrings and bracelets, gifts from the bride. Their bouquets were of garnet glow calla lilies hand tied with sage green satin ribbon. Miss Zoey Marie Goldie, niece of the groom, was flower girl. She wore a white satin and tulle dress with a sash, adorned with her monogram.
Best Man was Mr. Matthew Carl Goldie, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Mr. Christopher Robert Goldie, brother of the groom, Mr. Desmond Brian Archie and Mr. Neeraj Chandra, both friends of the groom. Ushers were Mr. John Scott Hornsby, Mr. Brian Patrick Buchanan and Mr. Andrew Philip Dove. Ring bearer was Master Jacob Kyle Baird.
The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents at Tombo Grill in Columbia on the evening before the wedding.
Following a honeymoon to Nassau, The Bahamas, the couple resides in Lexington.