Antunes, McGilton

April 13, 2012 

CHRISTINE PENDERGRASS

Andrea Francis Antunes and Randell Craig McGilton, Jr. both of Hilton Head Island, SC were married November 26, 2011 at the Trinity Methodist Church in Savannah, GA.

The Rev. Stephen Williams performed the ceremony. The cocktail hour, dinner and reception were held at The Mansion at Forsythe Park in Savannah.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Antunes of Hilton Head Island. She is the granddaughter of Mr. Joseph Sipala of Hilton Head Island and the late Francine Sipala and Mr. and Mrs. Joao Antunes of Bombarrul, Portugal.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randell McGilton of Hilton Head Island. He is the grandson of Bernadet and Roy Easter of Maryland and Donald and Marilyn McGilton of Washington, DC.

The bride wore a Vera Wang gown and was escorted down the aisle by her father, and given away by her parents.

Jenna Bruno of Bluffton, SC was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Maren Puleo of Wantagh, NY; Samantha Oliveira of Hilton Head Island; Nicole Puleo of Massapequa, NY; Sarah Hemhauser and flower girl, Diana Tisdell, both of Bluffton.

Michael McGilton of Hilton Head Island, brother of the groom was the best man. Groomsmen were John Antunes, Hilton Head Island and Charleston SC; Drew Bedingfield of Bluffton; Jason Cooper of Camp LeJeune, NC; William Goodman of Bluffton and Justin Oliveira of Hilton Head Island.Program attendants were Charlie and Michael Riley of State College, PA and ring bearer, Vincent Oliveira of Hilton Head Island.

The bride is the Manager of Distinctive Granite and Marble on Hilton Head Island. The groom is a Master Certified Technician with Mercedes-Benz of Hilton Head.

The couple honeymooned at The Reserve at Paradisus Palma Real in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic and reside on Hilton Head Island.

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