Taylor Adams Thigpen 01

Taylor Adams Thigpen 01

Taylor Adison Adams and Tyler Charles Thigpen were married July 25, 2020 at 5:00 in the afternoon at Camp Creek Weddings in Killen with Pat Driskell officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Rocky and Anna O’Dell and the late Amos C. Adams, Jr., all of Rogersville. She is the granddaughter of Betty Adams and the late Amos C. Adams, Sr. and Shirley Smith and the late Robert J. Smith, all of Rogersville.

The groom is the son of Terry and Mona Thigpen of Killen. He is the grandson of Charles and Ruby Thigpen of Killen, the late Reeder Beavers, and the late Connie Jackson.

The bride’s gown was purchased from Kathleen’s Bridal in Madison.

Maid of honor was Carly O’Dell, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Sarah Adams, sister of the bride; Hannah Thigpen, sister of the groom; Rachel Rigsby, Leanna Davis, Valerie Lacey, and Blake Hill, all friends of the bride.

Best man was the groom’s father, Terry Thigpen. Groomsmen were Trey Adams and Austin Adams, brothers of the bride; Jesse Creekmore, Adam Butler, and Isaac Joiner, all friends of the groom. Ring bearer was Rhen Thigpen, son of the bride and groom.

Wedding director was Denise Ells. Floral designer was Shirley Green. Ceremony music and reception entertainment was provided by Donnie Gibson of Sound Made EZ. Caterer was Jill’s Sweet Memories. The wedding cake was made by Bridgette Newton of Mimmi B’s Delights and the groom’s cake was made by Jill’s Sweet Memories. Hair stylists were Rachael Patterson and Molly Flippo of Parlor 217 and makeup artist was Stephanie Cosby. Photographer was Poppy Seed Photography and videographer was Next Stage Media.

The couple is now residing in Rogersville.

Photos by Poppy Seed Photography

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