Caitlyn Tompkins and Tyler Grigsby were married September 28, 2019 at 6:00 in the evening at Lone Cedar Church of Christ with Tim Grigsby officiating. The reception followed at the church.

The bride is the daughter of Mark and Tamra Tompkins of Russellville. She is the granddaughter of Ann Tompkins and the late R.H. Tompkins of Belgreen, and Jimmy Ray and the late Rose Ray of Killen.

The groom is the son of Tim and Sharmon Grigsby of Killen. He is the grandson of Ray and Amanda Saint, the late Henry Grigsby, and the late Lenita Evans.

Maids of honor were Brooke Swinney, best friend of the bride, and Anna Tompkins, sister of the bride. Matron of honor was Karli Thorne, sister-in-law of the bride. Bridesmaids were Madison Thompson, Jill Masterson, Hannah Prince, Maggie Williams, and Kennedy Palmer. Flower girls were Adalynn Graham, Nora Kate Judson, and Kara Hines.

Best man Mick Rogers, best friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Justin Thorne, Garret Grigsby, Hunter Grigsby, Colby Tompkins, Alex Harper, Jack Singletary, Michael Pettus, and Joseph Holt. Ring bearer was Walker Thorne, nephew.

Wedding director and floral desinger was Justin Myrick. Ceremony music was provided by Jamie Burks. Caterer was Tabby and Mark Collier. The wedding cake and groom’s cake were made by Amy’s Cakes & Corner Market. Hair stylist and make-up artist was Faith Ezell. Photographer was Keelan Walker Photography and videographer was Shannea Flanagan of Right Brain Photography.

The couple spent their honeymoon at Secrets Aura in Cozumel, Mexico.They are now residing in Killen.

Photos by Keelan Walker Photography

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