Jill Elaine Jones and Aaron K. Randolph were married Oct. 10 at the Piccadilly Public House and Restaurant in Winchester.
The bride is the daughter of retired Col. and Mrs. Julius Jones of Winchester. The groom is the son of Dorothy Randolph of Winchester.
The bride's father performed the double-ring ceremony. Jim McConnell provided music.
Given in marriage by her brother, Jerry E. Jones of Baltimore, the bride wore a long two-piece rustic burgundy Spanish-style three-tiered skirt and a three-tiered bell-sleeved V-neck jacket. She carried a bouquet of burgundy and ivory silk flowers with pearls, feathers, beads and wooden spirals.
The matron of honor was Janel Williams of Upper Marlboro, Md., sister of the bride. She wore a jewel teal tea-length kimono-sleeved dress and carried a bouquet of silk flowers and feathers with a satin ribbon.
The best man was Carlton Randolph of Gainesville, brother of the groom.
The flower girl was Breanna Randolph, daughter of the groom. Ring bearer was Jonah Jones, nephew of the bride.
A buffet and dance followed.
The bride, a graduate of George Mason University, is employed by a government contractor, supporting the Department of the Army.
The groom, a graduate of Central High School, is employed by a restaurant and hotel supply distribution center.
Following a honeymoon in Atlantic City, N.J., the couple are living in Winchester.
Gina S. Scobie and Joseph D. "J.D." Reynard were married Oct. 1 at Tarryall Lake, Colo.
Following their honeymoon, they are living in Edinburg.