Kim Ledlow Murks 05

Kim Ledlow Murks 05

Kim Ledlow and Josh Murks were married September 27, 2020 in a 6:00 evening ceremony at Ava’s Place with Darrin English officiating. The reception followed at Ava’s Place.

The bride is the daughter of Dallan Ledlow and Kathy Ledlow of Lexington. She is the granddaughter of the late H.G. and Frances Crow of Decatur, and the late H.J. and Olean Ledlow of Lexington.

The groom is the son of David Murks and Brenda Massey of Florence. He is the grandson of the late Buster and Pearl Murks of Florence, and Patricia Clark of Florence.

The bride chose an ivory satin Justin Alexander gown from Cherry Tree Lane, along with Badgley Mischka shoes and jewelry from Shop Moss in Huntsville. For the reception she wore a Jenny Yoo dress with bridal Keds.

Maid of honor was Terra Argraves and bridesmaid was Misty McGee, both lifelong best friends of the bride.

Best man was the groom’s father, David Murks. Groomsman was Kyle Peck, cousin of the groom.

Wedding director was Terri Brown. Floral designer was Cindy Harrison. Chad Burdine provided music for the ceremony and Drumb & Drumber entertained guests at the reception. Caterer was Jill’s Sweet Memories, who also made the wedding cake. Instead of a groom’s cake, there was a dessert table with the groom’s personal selections. Hair stylist and makeup artist was Tiffany Powell of Parlor 217. Photographer was Tara Parker. Special thanks to Kevin Adams for providing transportation after the reception; Doug and Sandy Peck and Betty Richardson, mixologist; and Julianna Brewer at PSI.

The couple had a combined, drive-thru bridal shower hosted by both families.

The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s family at The Gathering Place at the Watson house.

The couple enjoyed a magical trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. for their honeymoon. They are now residing in Florence with their dog, Wellington.

Photos by Tara Parker

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