Jenniffer Denise Stewart and Adam Christopher Borden were married November 14, 2020 in a 4:30 afternoon ceremony at Harmony Baptist Church with Barry Cater officiating. The reception followed at the church. Joining the bride on stage was a black and white photo of the bride in her wedding gown sketched with her grandfather and father as a special memorial.
The bride is the daughter of Caren Stewart of Moulton and the late Tommy Stewart of Hillsboro. She is the granddaughter of Winford and Barbara Stewart of Hillsboro, and Brenda Montgomery and the late Richard “Spooky” Montgomery of Moulton.
The groom is the son of Chris and Suzanne Borden of Tharptown. He is the grandson of Leon and Darlene Borden and Dean Fisher and the late Jean Fisher, all of Tharptown.
The bride chose a white Morilee A-line satin dress from Mary’s Bridal in Moulton that featured lace appliques on the fitted bodice with a low v neckline that complimented the deep v back. The full ball gown skirt extended into a chapel length train accented with satin covered buttons along the center of the back. She also wore a cathedral length lace veil and carried a bouquet of white flowers. The bride also wore pink and purple Brooks tennis shoes, sapphire earrings (her birthstone) as her “something blue”, and for her “something old” she carried a state fire marshall badge once worn by her grandfather.
Maids of honor were Courtney Coan, sister of the bride, and Adriana Borden, sister of the groom. Bridesmaids were Brooklyn Williamson, Autumn Woods, Christy Breland, Ali Grace Shelton, all friends of the bride; Leah Borden, cousin of the groom; and Nicole Montgomery, cousin of the bride. Flower girls were Emilee Lansdell, cousin of the bride, Zepplin Hughes and Irlyn Marshall Marshall, friends of the bride.
Best man was Wesley Borden, cousin of the groom. Groomsmen were Gabe Compton, Chase White, Nick Campbell, Shane Laws, Trevor Laws, Tyler Fretwell, all friends of the groom; and Allen Garrison, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Mitchell Breland and Jonah Fisher. Ring bearers were Trace Marshall, friend of the bride; Uriah Fisher, cousin of the groom; and Eli Lansdell, cousin of the bride.
Wedding directors were Joyce Montomery and Dawna McAfee. Floral designer was Joyce Montomery. Morris Lentz provided piano music for the ceremony. The reception was catered by Hogwood BBQ of Franklin, Tenn. The wedding cake was made by Sherlene Coffey and Connie Clark made the groom’s cake. Hair stylist and makeup artist was Julia Hale. Photographer was Valerie Marie Photography.
The couple departed the ceremony in a Lawrence County police car driven by Mitchell Breland. They honeymooned in Gatlinburg, Tenn. and are now residing in Moulton.
Photos by Valerie Marie Photography