Sinclair - Johnson
Antoinette Johnson of Goldsboro and Mischell Jaques Sinclair of Greensboro exchanged vows in a double ring ceremony May 5 at 5:30 p.m. at Wedding Chapel by the Sea in Myrtle Beach, S.C., with the Reverend Dr. T.E. Grainger officiating.
The bride was given in marriage by her mother, Helen Johnson, and escorted by her brother, Connie Brown.
The bride wore a knee-length gown of ivory silk chiffon with matching scarf, asymmetrical overlay, double-ruffled hemline, a dropped back bodice and a silver tiara headpiece of rhinestone crosses and flowers. She carried a cascading bouquet of white roses and gardenias.
Sister of the bride Glenda B. Kornegay was the maid of honor. Nephew of the bride Jay-Shon White was the best man. Sandra Cox, sister of the bride, distributed programs. Chakelia Patterson, daughter of the bride, distributed bubbles.
The bride is the daughter of Helen Brown Johnson of Goldsboro and the late Connie Lee Johnson of Fremont. She is the granddaughter of the late Viola Battle and Herman Battle of Goldsboro and the late Elizabeth Johnson and Barney Johnson of Fremont.
The groom is the son of Willie Lee Matthews of Greensboro and grandson of the late Mary Ruth Headen and William Headen of Greensboro.
The couple took a four-day cruise to the Bahamas and now reside in Goldsboro.
The bride is a graduate of Goldsboro High School and Wayne Community College, with an associate degree in nursing. She is employed at Brian Center Health and Rehabilitation of Goldsboro as a registered nurse.
The groom is a graduate of Page High School in Greensboro and Davidson Community College. He is employed with Cooke’s Trucking Co. as a truck driver.
A surprise bridal shower was given by the bride’s co-workers at Brian Center on May 4.
The engagement party was hosted by the bride’s family at Hunting Ridge Clubhouse on May 7.
By News-Argus Staff
Published in Weddings on June 18, 2006 9:21 AM