Morgan Rae Keenum and Christopher William McGee were married May 11, 2019 at 6:00 in the evening at Pleasant View Farm in Iron City, Tenn. Nolan Clemons officiated the ceremony and the reception followed at Pleasant View.

The bride is the daughter of Jack and Tina Keenum of Florence. She is the granddaughter of Billy and Myra Perkins and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keenum, Sr., all of Florence.

The groom is the son of John and Carla McGee of Kevil, Ky. He is the grandson of Elvis and Reba Williams of Lexington, and John W. McGee, Sr. and the late Darlene Mae Saline McGee of Ramseur, N.C.

The bride wore a beautiful white gown with beading and crystal embellishements with a matching veil from Juanita’s Fashions.

Matron of honor was Kristen McCaney of Florence, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jessica Walker of Nashville, Tenn., sister-in-law of the bride and Desiree White of Florence, friend of the bride.

Best man was Colby Breckinridge of Lexington, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Kyle Walker of Nashville, Tenn., brother of the bride; Eric Youngman of Florence, uncle of the groom; and Sean McArthur of Florence, friend of the groom.

Floral designer was Justin Myrick. Music for the ceremony and the reception was provided by Shawn Nix. The reception was catered by Bev’s Diner and Catering of Waterloo, and the wedding cake and groom’s cake were made by Amy’s Cakes. Hair stylist was Megan Robertson of Relax Salon. Photographer was Keelen Walker Photography.

After a honeymoon cruise to Nassau and Freeport, Bahamas, the couple is now residing in Florence.

Photos by Keelan Walker Photography

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