Rebekah Leighann Broome and Jason Todd Guira, both of Front Royal, were married June 22, 2012 in a double ring ceremony at the Church of the Brethern in Front Royal, by the Rev. Phillip Bailey.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Kevin and Melissa Broome of Front Royal.
The groom is the son of Carlos and Patricia Guira of Front Royal.
The bride wore an Alfred Angelo taffeta semi-cathedral length gown adorned with embroidered crystal beading and sequins. She wore a fingertip veil with crystal beading and sequined edging. Her bouquet had white roses and blue hydrangeas accented with crystals.
Attendants of the bride were Maid of Honor, Kristina Whittemore of Front Royal and Bridesmaid Elizabeth Alexander of Glen Allen. The attendants wore an Alfred Angelo design of navyblue and white with embroidery and beading accents. Their gowns had dropped waistlines and sweeping trains. They carried blue hydrangeas bouquets.
The groom was attended by Bestman Dennis Conrow of Front Royal, and Groomsman Alex Guira, brother of the groom, of Ocoee, Fla.
Grandmother of the bride, Mrs. John B. Smith of Petal, Mississippi, was escorted by usher Jason Broome, brother of the bride.
Soloist, Donnie Carter, was accompanied by pianist, Vicki Frey, both of Front Royal.
A reception was held at the Bowling Green Country Club. Following a honeymoon cruise to the Carribean, the couple will reside in Charlottesville.
The bride is a graduate from Bridgewater College with a degree in Information Systems Management. The groom will graduate in December with a degree in Music Education from James Madison University.