Haley Mckenzie Jordan and James Hunter Kelley were married May 4, 2019 at 5:30 in the afternoon

at Danclay Farms with Wayne Gean officiating. The reception was held at Danclay Farms following the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Wayne and Suzan Jordan of Florence. The groom is the son of Wayne and Tammy Graham of Florence.

The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a Stella York gown with matching veil from The Something Blue Shoppe.

Maid of honor was Megan Nelson, friend of the bride, and matron of honor was Loren Jordan, sister-

in-law of the bride. Bridesmaids were Savana Burbank, Brooke Olive, Olivia Bruey, Carley Franks, and Shea Eubanks. Flower girls were Emma Graham and Ella Pigg, nieces.

Best man was Logan Lamar, cousin of the groom. Groomsmen were Justin Scott, Alex Rickard, Cody

Darby, Ben Flippo, Dakodah Rice, and Daniel Hayes. Ring bearer was Tritt Kelley, dog of the bride and groom, who was led down the aisle by usher Josh Williams. Also serving as usher was Jesson Jordan, brother of the bride.

Wedding director and floral designer was Justin Myrick. Providing music for the ceremony and entertainment at the reception was Bradley Wallace and The Crooked Oaks Band. Caterer was Jill’s Sweet Memories, who also made the wedding cake. The groom’s table featured homemade pies made by friends and family. Hair stylist was Whitney Weeks. Photographer was Montana Hester with Hester’s Photography.

After a honeymoon in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the couple is now residing in Florence.

Photos by Hester’s Photography

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