Tiffany Elizabeth Keasler and Bryan Glen Young were united in marriage at 11 a.m. April 14, 2012, at Juno Baptist Church in Dawson County.
The Rev. Russell Burt officiated the ceremony using the brides Bible she has had since she was a child.
The bride is the daughter of Jerry and Elizabeth Keasler of Dawsonville.
The groom is the son of Jerry and Lisa Young of Dawsonville.
The bride was presented in marriage by her father. The bride was attended by her cousin, Natalie Burt of Dawsonville, as maid of honor, her sister-in-law, Lisa Keasler of Ball Ground as matron of honor and Carley Burt, the bride's cousin as junior maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were: Audra Vaughters, cousin of the bride, Katie Turner, Mandy Richards, all of Dawsonville, and Mary Bottoms of Cumming.
Patick Young, grooms brother, of Dawsonville, was the best man.
Groomsmen and ushers were: Brother of the bride, Jeremy Keasler, Matthew Castleberry, Zach Faussett and cousin of the bride, Logan Burt, all of Dawsonville, Nick Ivey and Cameron Crumbly, both of Chambley.
Heather Burt, cousin of the bride of Dawsonville was the flower girl.
Leah Keasler, two months old, niece of the bride, of Ball Ground, was honorary flower girl.
Andrew Burt of Dawsonville, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer.
Harpist, Kathy Smith, from Cumming, provided harp music before the ceremony and during the reception.
Vickie Turner of Dawsonville played the piano during the ceremony and sang.
Reggie Stowers of Dawsonville sang a special song as well.
The bride wore a white Chantilly lace wedding gown with veil and a pearl bracelet given to her by the groom.
She carried a bouquet of light pink and white roses with the lace gloves her mother wore on her wedding day woven into the bouquet.
Her bouquet also contained a charm with a picture of her Nana and Papa Burt from their honeymoon, as well as the handkerchief her Nana Burt carried on her wedding day.
The bride's brother placed an authentic English sixpence, a gift from a friend, in the bride's shoe for good luck.
The couple left the church for a reception in a horse-drawn carriage attended to by a coachman and footman. After a carriage ride in the area the couple joined their wedding guests at the reception.
The bride graduated from North Georgia College & State University with a bachelor's degree in accounting. She is employed as an accountant by the Dawson County Finance Department.
The groom attended Georgia State University. He is employed by Circle Y Pipelines.
Following a brunch reception at the Juno Baptist Church Fellowship Hall the couple left for a honeymoon trip to a cabin in the mountains.
The couple will reside in their new home in Dawson County.