Mallory Armidano Cottingham

 Mallory Armidano and Grason Bradley Cottingham were married at Bradford Farm Venue on March 27, 2021 at 6:00 in the evening with James Derrall Watson, grandfather of the bride, officiating. The reception was held at Bradford Farm following the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Michael and Madonna Armidano of Town Creek. She is the granddaughter of James

Derrall and JoAnn Watson and Gene and Ann Basham.

The groom is the son of Brandi and Chris Naylor and Jamie and Tabby Cottingham. He is the grandson of Gayle

Gross and the late Bradley Gross.

The bride chose a beautiful white, long sleeved Martina Liana Bridal gown from The Something Blue Shoppe.

Maid of honor was Michaela Armidano, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jordan Naylor, Sydney Berry,

Caitlin Worsham, Kalli Slay, Alana West, Ashley Saint, and Taylor Tallant. Flower girls were Blaire Hill, Baylor

Hill, and Emerson Worsham.

Best man was Tody Hagen, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Jamie Cottingham, father of the groom; Jakob Terry, Zack Terry, Luke Byrd, Winn Mullican, Kam Liles, and Will McClanahan. Ring bearers were Bryce Hill, John Walker, and Eli Walker.

Wedding director was Cecilia Brumley. Floral designer was Heather Sherrill. Music was provided by Gus Spears of Universal Event and Production.The reception was catered by Southern Skillet, the wedding cake was made by

Rhonda Springer, the groom’s cake was made by Sandra Rose Terry, and cupcakes were made by Yummie’s Bakery. All Shook Up provided the bar. Hair stylist for the bride was Brandi Naylor and Laren Lindholm for the bridal party. Make up artist was Holly Renfrow. Photographer was Heather Sherrill of Create Portraiture and videographer was Long Grass Studios.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Montego Bay, Jamaica, and are now residing in Moulton.

Photos by Create Portraiture

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