Whitney Baker McDuff 03

Whitney Baker McDuff 03

Whitney Leighann Baker and Barkley Wheeler McDuff were married October 24, 2020 in a 4:00 afternoon ceremony held at Ava’s Place with Dwayne McDuff officiating. The reception followed at Ava’s Place.

The bride is the daughter of Charles A. Baker of Rogersville, Marie Kelsoe of Littleville, and Lisa Tittle of Lexington. She is the granddaughter of Charles and Margaret Baker of Rogersville.

The groom is the son of Wayne McDuff and Melanie McDuff of Killen. He is the grandson of Bob and Stella McDuff of Florence.

The bride chose a beautiful white gown from The Something Blue Shoppe.

Matron of honor was Savannah Butler, best friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Shaunna Ball and Kristy Chandler, sisters of the bride; Baylee Newton, Makenzie Moore, Danya Snead, Shelby Replogle, friends of the bride; and Claudia Thigpen, sister-in-law of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Aubrey Horton, cousin of the groom. Flower girls were Ruby Horton, cousin of the groom, and Audrey Replogle, friend of the bride.

Best man was Tyler Hunsburger, best friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Micah Horton and Cody Horton, cousins of the groom; Wade McNutt, Eric Yarbrough, Michael Harbin, Drew Cottrell, friends of the groom; and Nathan Thigpen, brother-in-law of the groom. Ring bearers Kade McGee, friend of the couple, and Corbin Glover, cousin of the groom.

Floral designer was Mimi’s Decor. Ceremony music and reception entertainment was provided by Sweet Tree Productions. The wedding cake was made by Cindy’s Sweet Pleasures and the groom’s cake was made by Melanie McDuff. Hair stylist was Susan and Shawn of Halon Salon and makeup artist was Lindsey Robinson of Halo Salon. Photographer was Jenna Perry of Love + Bloom and videographer was John Haggard.

After a honeymoon in Panama City Beach, Fla., the couple is now residing in Killen.

Photos by Love + Bloom Studio

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