McCann, Adkins united in marriage in August 24 ceremony in Madden
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 1:00 AM
Bailey Renee McCann and Trenton Lee Adkins were united in marriage at 6 o'clock in the evening on Aug. 24, 2013, at Madden Baptist Church, in Madden. Rev. Jason Jones performed the double ring ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Trenton Lee Adkins
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wayne McCann of Madden. She is the granddaughter of Kathleen McCann and the late James McCann of Carthage and the late Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hillman of Madden.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wayne McCann of Philadelphia. He is the grandson of Katherine Adkins and the late Joel Adkins, Curtis Blocker and the late Bobbie Blocker all of Philadelphia.
Jeremy Fortenberry served as pianist, Craig and Turner Stevens served as vocalist. The Madden Church Choir provided recessional music of "I'll Fly Away" favorite hymn of the bride's grandfather.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore an A-line gown in ivory silver with a rich lace applique on soft net. The sculpted neckline featured scalloped cap sleeves with an empire waist accented with a Swarovski crystal belt detail. The bride's ivory silver chapel length veil was edged with matching eyelash lace.
The bride's jewelry included her grandmother's pearl necklace and her great great grandmother's gold bracelet. Her bouquet of limelight hydrangeas, fuji mums and antique brooches and earrings belonging to her grandmother was hand tied with ivory ribbon and her great grandmother's handkerchief pinned in place by a butterfly pin belonging to her grandmother.
Attending the bride as maid of honor was Hannah Smith, cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Caroline Dees Sledge, Meagan Posey Miller, Rachel Wilson Jones, Cheryl Dowell Worrell, Haley Burnett Hodgins and Lauren Breland Fieber. They wore floor length dove grey lace gowns and carried bouquets of hydrangeas, fuji mums and orchids accented with antique brooches of the bride's grandmother. Also attending the bride as flower girls were Farrah Fulcher and Caroline Jones wearing white lace dresses and vintage lace headbands made by the bride.
Serving as best men were father and brother of the groom, Terry Wayne Adkins and Tyler Wayne Adkins. Groomsmen were Kenneth Gordon Adkins, William Joel Adkins, Andrew Kenneth Breland, Hillman Kye McCann, Justin Wyatt Kennedy, and Alan Lee Taylor. Serving as ushers were Jess Martin Brantley, John Austin McNair, Richard Elliot Parks, Justin Clay Richardson and Tyler Dale Stribling.
Following the ceremony the bride's parents hosted a reception at The Majure House, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Karl Brantley, Sr. The guests dined on a menu of southern cuisine and danced under the starlit sky to the music of The Krackerjacks. The wedding gowns of the bride's mother, aunts and dear friend of the family were used as a remembrance of those who had walked before the bride and groom. Floral décor for the ceremony and reception were provided by Jason Smith and Penny Culpepper. The couple departed to the ringing of cowbells stating from cowbells to wedding bells.
After honeymooning in Destin, the couple is at home in Philadelphia.