Cumberland Times-News

June 23, 2013

Green, Baker wedding


Cumberland Times-News

— BALTIMORE — Brenda Renae Baker and Trevor William Green were united in marriage on June 17, 2012, at the American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore. Ginny Carson officiated the double ring ceremony.

The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted into the Sculpture Garden by her father. She wore an ivory Vera Wang gown and an ivory flower adorned her hair.

Stephanie Fried served as maid of honor and Michelle Bova and Amanda Stevens were bridesmaids. The bride’s sister, Leann Baker, was the junior bridesmaid and Aubrielle Baker, niece of the bride, served as the flower girl.  

Acting as the groom’s best man was Charlie Grossnickle. Shaun Fried, Alex Libby and Jonah Lenius all stood as groomsmen. Ricky Baker and Chase Green, brothers of the bride and groom, respectively, were junior groomsmen. The groom’s twin brothers, Cooper and Logan Green, acted as ring bearers.  

Vintage Baltimore was the theme for the reception. Bill Lamb, uncle of the groom, served as the disc jockey for the evening.

The bride is the daughter of Rick and Julie Baker of New Creek, W.Va., and the granddaughter of Kenneth and Shirley Baker, also of New Creek, Joe and Jacquelyn Self of Sykesville and Carl and Sue Arnold of McCoole.  

The groom is the son of Gordon and Stacy Green of Baltimore and the grandson of Barry and Louise Mullaney, also of Baltimore.

 The couple honeymooned in Las Vegas. They currently reside in Baltimore, where Brenda is the creative design associate for Pandora Jewelry and Trevor is the co-owner of Canton Market in Baltimore.