The bride is the daughter of Kenneth and Marilyn Hudson of Piedmont, Ala. She is the granddaughter of Carl David and Elsie Burns of Piedmont, Ala., and Julian and Jean Hudson of Gadsden, Ala.
The groom is the son of Phil and Secret Ingle of Trion. He is the grandson of Johnny Todd of Summerville and the late Charlotte Todd.
Gary McCurdy of Spring Garden, Ala., performed the double ring ceremony.
The altar had four separate columns that held vases of white and blue hydrangea, white roses, daisies, lilies and greenery. A large arrangement of white roses, daisies, lilies and greenery was placed in the center of the columns. The aisle was lined with iron candelabras. Two separate columns with vases of white and blue hydrangeas, white roses, daisies, lilies and greenery were placed at the entry of the aisle. The foyer of the church featured a column with the same arrangement of flowers.
A program of music included “Butterfly Waltz,” “From this Moment” performed by Brian Jennings and Sucressa West, “C. Canon,” “You Had Me At Hello,” performed by Brian Jennings and “Viva la Vida.” Scripture Readings were done by Brady Burns, cousin of the bride.
Kim Lambert of Centre, Ala., was the Matron of Honor.
Bridesmaids were Emma Butler of Birmingham, Ala., Diana Patterson of Tyler, Texas, Brooke Littlejohn of Rainbow City, Ala., Erin Adderhold of Piedmont, Ala., and Hayden Jones of Trion, cousin of the groom.
Bayleigh Lambert of Centre, Ala., was the Junior Bridesmaid.
The attendants wore floor-length black strapless chiffon dresses with pearl and diamond earrings and bracelets, gifts from the bride. They carried bouquets of white and blue hydrangeas, white calla lilies and greenery.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father. She wore a candlelight strapless A-line dress of embroidered lace embellished throughout with beading and crystals and a sweetheart neckline. The dress featured a chapel length train with a scalloped hem. She wore a tiara of rhinestones with a candlelight silk chapel length veil edged with wide lace. The veil was worn by her mother on her wedding day 32 years ago. She also wore a blue
garter that was worn by her “Mom-Mom” Hudson 59 years ago and the wedding rings given to her “Nanny” Burns at her wedding 55 years ago. The bride carried a bouquet of white and blue hydrangeas and white calla lilies.
Taylor Hatcher of Trion, brother of the groom, was the Best Man. Groomsmen were Dr. Matt Campbell of Macon, Chris Logan of Trion, Justin Gentry of Rome, Brady Burns of Piedmont, Ala., cousin of the bride, and Heath Goodwin of Hokes Bluff, Ala.
Brier Ingle of Trion, brother of the groom, was the Junior Groomsman.
The groom chose a black tux with a champagne vest and ivory tie. The groomsmen wore a black tux with a black vest and Bali blue tie.
The mother of the bride chose a champagne floor-length sleeveless chiffon dress with a beaded bodice. The mother of the groom chose a smoke gray floor-length taffeta dress with a black three-quarter sleeve jacket. They carried bouquets of white roses, calla lilies, and greenery. The grandmothers wore hand corsages of white roses, calla lilies and greenery.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Forrest Place. The bride’s cake was four-tiered square strawberry cheesecake with butter crème frosting. The cake had a decorative scroll design on each tier and was adored with white roses and daisies in the center of the cake. The top of the cake featured the couple’s monogram. The groom had a chocolate table featuring a white chocolate fountain with an assortment of sweets.
The evening before the wedding, the groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at Oak Hill Church of Christ.
Other pre-nuptial parties included a Pampered Chef wedding shower brunch hosted by LaVonda Burns, aunt of the bride, and Vicki McCurdy at the home of LaVonda Burns; a bridal tea hosted by the bride’s friends and family at Piedmont Church of Christ; a miscellaneous shower hosted by the groom’s family at Pennville Church of Christ; a miscellaneous shower hosted by Oak Hill Church of Christ; a lingerie shower hosted by the matron of honor and bridesmaids at the lake home of the bride’s parents on Lake Weiss; and a miscellaneous shower hosted by the bride’s co-workers of Rome Internal Medicine at Mellow Mushroom. The bride and her mother hosted a bridal brunch at La Marie’s on the Friday before the wedding.
After a wedding trip to Ocho Rios, Jamaica, the couple now resides in Rome.