The bride is the daughter of Alan and Dreama Curry of Lindale.
The groom is the son of Wendy Hall of Rome and Neal Carden of Adairsville.
Chuck Graves of Cedartown performed a double ring ceremony on the outside deck overlooking Fish Creek at Stone Creek Inn. The couple stood in front of an arch wrapped in fall garland.
During the ceremony, the bride’s aunt, Jenny Curry, sang “Me and You.” “God Gave Me You” played during the sand ceremony.
Nikki Delaro of Rome was the maid of honor and Tiffany Prather of Dallas was the matron of honor. They wore strapless satin dresses in the color of cocoa and carried bouquets of chocolate and white calla lilies.
The bride, given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, chose a white halter A-line gown with beaded embellishments and a lace chapel length train. The bride’s bouquet also included chocolate and white calla lilies.
Jason Wilson of Semmes, Ala., served as the best man and Ben Stroupe of Cedartown as groomsman. The groom and his attendants wore dark brown tuxedos with light brown vests and cream colored ties. The father of the bride wore a light brown tuxedo.
The mother of the bride wore a dark purple knee-length, sleeveless satin dress. The mother of the groom wore a fall colored sweater and skirt piece.
After the ceremony, the guests relocated to the reception building of Stone Creek Inn.
Following a honeymoon to Helen, the couple will reside in Cedartown.