Brianna Williams Coker

Brianna Williams and Dustin Coker were married July 3, 2021 at 6:30 in the evening at Bradford Farms with Coloton Faulkner officiating. The reception was also held at Bradford Farms following the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Lee Williams and Lynn Williams, both of Florence. The groom is the son of Randal and Denise Coker of Magee, Miss. and Marlene and Marcus Hines of Killen.

The bride chose a beautiful gown from The Something Blue Shoppe in Hartselle, along with Vera Wang jewelry.

Maid of honor was Ashley Heimberg, cousin of the bride, and matons of honor were Jennifer Taylor and Candace Sanders, both sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Kaitlin Cornelius, best friend of the bride; Alana Cheek and Lucy Chenault, cousins of the bride; Courtney Baker, sister-in-law of the bride; Audrey Sanders and Hannah Taylor, nieces of the bride. Flower girl was Caitlyn Taylor, niece of the bride.

Best man was Holden Mitchell, best friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Randal Coker, father of the groom; Andrew Coker and Travis Coker, brothers of the groom; Josh Sanders and Andrew Taylor, brothers-in-law of the bride; Jacob Sanders and Caleb Taylor, nephews of the bride. Ring bearers were Logan Sanders and Nehemiah Taylor, nephews of the bride.

Wedding director was Cecilia Brumley. Floral designer was Heather Sherrill. Music for the ceremony was provided by Trinecia Hall Butler, pianist and vocalist. DJ Gus Spears provided music for the ceremony and entertainment for the reception. Caterer for the reception was Southern Skillet, and Heather Poole made the wedding cake and groom’s cake.

Hair stylist and make up artist was Lindsey Robinson. Photographer was Heather Sherrill of Create Portraiture, and the bride’s cousins, Jessica and Bradley Chowning provided the videography.

For their honeymoon, the couple went to Charlotte and Wilmington, N.C. to tour the Nascar city and explore the town from the One Tree Hill show in Wilmington, N.C. The couple is now residing in Sheffield.

My father and I planned a special first dance. We made up a mash of different favorite songs from both of us and danced to it. Make sure to keep the night fun. The night will go by so fast so here is something to help remember the day forever. My advice is to remember your wedding day with your 5 senses, one thing you smelled throughout the day, one thing you touched throughout the day, one thing you tasted throughout the day, one thing you saw, and one thing you heard throughout the day.

For our leaving exit right after we were announced husband and wife at the wedding, all the wedding party danced to a small choreographed dance before leaving the ceremony to lighten things up. We wanted laughter and smiles the whole time.

We ordered our wedding invitations from Printers and Stationers Inc in Florence AL. They worked with us to create our special invitations and signs for the wedding. We also ordered from Etsy for our bridal shower invitations and save the dates. Magnetic save the dates are the best to go on a fridge so people do not forget about your wedding date.

My husband and I met at Lee Heights Baptist church in 2013 and have been together for nearly 8 years before getting engaged at Tate Farms in October of 2020. I guess you can say FINALLY!!! We knew each other very well and are best friends. We chose our wedding date to be right before July 4th due to when we got engaged in October, there were fireworks right after I said yes. It had to be a sign of the date we would get married (to include fireworks too). Always put God first and your partner second and the rest will fall into place!

Photos by Create Portraiture

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