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Trinity Giammona-Scott Brown
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Scott Edward Brown and Trinity Marie Giammona, both of Canton, Mich., had two marriage ceremonies.

The first was Oct. 7 in Ypsilanti, Mich., at Transfiguration Church. The groom’s daughter, Ashley, and family and friends enjoyed dinner and dancing at a reception at the Marriott Hotel ballroom. Special guests included the bride’s mother, Valerie Giammona of Grass Valley; brother Todd Giammona from Gilroy; and aunt and uncle Becky and David Giammona and daughter Ashley from Auburn. The best man was the groom’s friend, Tim Wilson; the person of honor was the bride’s brother, Todd Giammona.



The bride wore a satin floor-length gown and satin cape made by her mother. The cake had heart-shaped tiers. Sixty people attended the reception.




On Oct. 13, the couple had a sunset ceremony at the Westin Hotel in Maui overlooking the ocean. The bride wore a strapless gown with a jeweled bodice and flowing skirt of multi-layered tulle with flower appliques. The bouquet was made of an assortment of Hawaiian blooms. The single-layer chocolate cake with rolled font icing was embellished with flowers.

Thirteen guests included the bride’s parents, Larry and Valerie Giammona of Grass Valley; the bride’s sister, Tiffany Giammona of Chico; bride’s grandmother, Jean Deriso; and friends Tim and Susan Roark, Denise Witt and Diane Kosher of Grass Valley and Mika Ida of Japan.

Guests enjoyed a dinner at Swan Court in the Hyatt Hotel in Maui. The maid of honor was Tiffany Giammona, who also played the flute during the ceremony. Ashley Brown and best man Tim Wilson of Michigan stood up for the couple. The couple and guests spent another week in Maui.

The couple lives in Michigan.


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