Marriage vows and wedding rings were exchanged last Saturday at three in the afternoon by Dr. Susan Goodwyn Stone and Dr. Alfred Charles Griffin, Jr. in St. James Church. The Rev. Sterling G. Gordon, the Rev. Herman C. Inge and the Rev. John M. Nagele were the officiating ministers. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chilton Stone of Aspen Wall Farm in Warrenton, received guests at a reception held at Fauquier Springs Country Club. Dr. Griffin is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Charles Griffin of Falls Church.

The lovely bride was given in marriage by her father. Her formal gown, which had a chapel length train, was of satapeau with English net, Brussels lace and venise lace. The walking length mantilla of bridal illusion was attached to a venise lace cap, and she carried an old-fashioned nosegay of white roses, carnations and baby's breath. Dr. Sallie Hart Stone Cook, sister of the bride, matron of honor and the attendants: Karen Griffin, sister of the groom, Melissa Crosby, Rebecca Newman, Charlotte Cassada, and Dr. Kristine Mayhew, were gowned in sheer blue and green flowered prints and had white picture hats trimmed with green ribbon; they carried bouquets of daisies and baby's breath. Sarah Cook was flower girl. Dr. Griffin served as best man for his son. William and Christian Griffin, brothers of the groom, K. Marshall Cook, Dennis Brant and Phillip Crow, were ushers.

Mrs. Griffin is a graduate of Westhampton College and her husband of the University of Virginia. Both received doctor or dental surgery degrees this May from the Medical College of Virginia. The newlyweds will be located in Rochester, N.Y., where the bride will do a general practice residency and the groom will specialize in orthodontics at Eastman Dental Clinic.