Haley Frances Richardson and Ronald Brandon Bell were married July 20 at The Barn at Heritage Farm, Dobson. The Rev. Brian Mathis officiated at the ceremony. Block Party Productions provided music.

The bride is the daughter of Lea Ann Tharpe Richardson of Rock Creek Road, Hays. She is a graduate of Gardner-Webb University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree at Liberty University.  The bride is employed by Rid-A-Bug Exterminating.

The groom is the son of Ronald and Debbie Bell of Pleasant Home Church Road, Millers Creek.  He is a graduate of Appalachian State University with a master of arts degree in mathematics and secondary education and is employed by Wilkes County Schools.

The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Jake Richardson.

Samantha Skeen of Millers Creek was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jennifer York of Millers Creek, Lakyn McGlamery of Raleigh, and Gracie Tharpe and Macy Mathis of Hays.

Ronald Bell served as best man for his son. Groomsmen were Brandon York and Dale Brown of Millers Creek and Brad Mathis and Braden Mathis of Hays.

Bailey York of Millers Creek was flower girl. Houston York of Millers Creek was ring bearer. Wedding attendants were Natalie and Noah Mathis.

A reception was held in honor of the bridal couple at The Barn at Heritage Farm. Thirteen Bones of Mount Airy provided the meal. The wedding cake was created by LaDeana Gordon of Baltimore, Md.

Following a wedding trip to Aruba, the couple is residing in North Wilkesboro.

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