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Misty Brook Firestone1

b. 28 July 1980

Father Claude Carlton Firestone III1 b. 15 November 1959
Mother Patricia Jane Reed b. 5 February 1957
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Family Kristopher John "Kris" Haines b. 12 July 1976

Birth* 28 July 1980  Rome, Floyd Co., GA1 
Married Name 20 May 2006  Haines1 
Marriage* 20 May 2006  Dykes Creek Baptist Church, Rome, Floyd Co., GA, Principal=Kristopher John "Kris" Haines1 
News/Obit* 4 June 2006  Haines-Firestone

Misty Firestone of Olive Branch, Miss., and Kristopher John Haines of Hurricane Mills, Tenn., were married at noon Saturday, May 20,2006, at Dykes Creek Baptist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Patricia Nelson of Shannon and Claude Carlton Firestone III of Cedartown. She is the granddaughter of Claude Carlton Firestone Jr. of Rome, the late Edna Jane Pascoe Firestone and Carl and Dorothy Reed of Rome.

The groom is the son of Joan Owens Kennedy of Hurricane Mills, Tenn., and Vernice Haines Jr. of Olive Branch. He is the grandson of VE Haines Sr. and Margaret Haines of Olive Branch, the late John Owens and Jane Owens of Hurricane Mills.

The Rev. Todd Pruitt of Gainesville performed the double-ring ceremony before a 15-branch silver candelabra and two three-branch candelabras. Satin bows distinguished the family pews.

A poem was written and read by Ally Firestone, sister of the bride.

Kelcie Davis of Rome was candle lighter.

Leanna Ray of Kingston attended the guest book and gift table.

A program of wedding music included "Can't Help Falling in Love With You" by Elvis Presley, "I'm Kissing You" by Des'ree, "Music of the Night" by Andrew Lloyd Webber, an instrumental piece from the "Father of the Bride" soundtrack, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by Bach, "Canon in D" by Pachelbel, "Bridal March." "Trumpet Voluntary," "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "Remember Me" by Mark Schultz.

Ally Firestone of Douglasville, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a strapless red empire waist A-line satin gowns with a wrap effect and shoulder wrap. It was pinned with a diamond broach.

Bridesmaids were Melissa Giltz of Kennesaw, cousin of the bride, Jessica Bishop of Kingston and Ann Bramelette of Rome.

Attendants wore strapless red empire waist A-line satin gown that flowed to the floor and shoulder wraps. Their bouquets consisted of three red roses bunched in the center and outlined with six cream colored roses, wrapped in cream colored satin ribbons: with cream colored bows.

Carly Davis of Rome was flower girl and wore a sleeveless cream colored satin overlapped dress with a lace dress scattered with sequins. She wore a red ribbon across the waist and a bow tied in the back. Her flower petal basket was decorated with pearl beading to match the bride.

Attendants were given earrings and necklaces, gifts from bride.

The bride, given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, chose an empire waist dress of white satin overlapped with chiffon. Pearl beading was scattered through the bodice and short sleeves. The gown flowed to the floor and had a chapel-length train. The shimmering elbow-length, triple-tier veil had a satin outline. She wore an Australian crystal silver tiara with matching Australian crystal earrings and necklace. She wore a gold pin that belonged to her late grandmother. She wore elbow-length white satin, fingerless gloves. She also wore a blue and white University of Memphis garter. The bride's bouquet was made up of red roses and 15 cream colored roses with greenery sprays flowing from underneath. The bouquet had a cream colored bow and was wrapped in cream colored ribbons.

The father of the groom was best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Jared Firestone of Rome and Greg Hiett of Douglasville.

The mother of the bride wore a sleeveless chocolate satin empire-waist dress overlapped with leaf-patterned gold lace that fell directly below her knees. The mother of the groom wore an ivory two-piece ankle-length chiffon and satin dress with crystal beads and three-quarter-length sleeves. The bodice had a wrap effect The grandmothers and mothers received single red rose corsages of baby's breath, greenery sprays and red ribbons.

Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church activities center Refreshments included the bride's three-tier white butter cream icing cake. The base was square and was decorated with lattice patterned icing around the tier. The middle tier was circular and decorated with icing swirls. The top tier was circular decorated with pearl icing beads. Red flower petals were sprinkled around each tier. The cake was topped with a small bouquet of red roses with baby's breath and greenery sprays. The groom's chocolate cake was covered in blue butter cream icing and edged in gray, the University of Memphis colors. It was topped with a black and white picture of the bride and groom with two roses.

The evening before the wedding, the bride's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner for the wedding party at Western Sizzlin'.

Other pre-nuptial parties included a couples shower and dinner hosted by Margaret Haines. Karla Dale and Karen Thompson at the Haines home in Olive Branch.

Following a wedding trip in Rome and Tunica. Miss., the couple will reside in Olive Branch.

Published in the Rome News-Tribune - Jun 4, 20062 

Last Edited 9 Oct 2011

  1. [S1101] Haines, Misty Firestone Family Info, Misty Firestone Haines.
  2. [S1102] Google News, online,,700932.

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