Mariah Horton Roach 06

Mariah Horton Roach 06

Mariah Lynette Horton of Red Bay and Bradley Parks Roach of Corinth, Miss. were married August 1, 2020 at Burns Bluff at High Falls, Albertville, Ala. The honorable David Tiffin, grandfather of the bride, officiated the 6:30 evening ceremony. The ceremony site was on the Lodge Lawn Arbor perched on the edge of a bluff overlooking the beautiful scenery. The cobblestone aisle for the bride was lined with white church pews leading to a timber frame arbor adorned with floral designs and a chandelier.

The reception that followed was in the unique and beautiful Charn (half church and half barn), located at Burns Bluff at High Falls. The Charn’s design boasts of a 57 foot tall belfry tower soaring above the front door in which wedding bells were rung at the commencement of the ceremony. The grand hall of the Charn featured gorgeous crystal chandeliers and a brick double sided fireplace.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Horton of Red Bay. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Tiffin, Mr. Mike Oliver and the late Shirley Oliver, the late Mr. James Horton, all of Red Bay, and Ms. Kaye Horton, of Purvis, Miss.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Robertson, Mr. Bobby Roach and Ms. Myra Raitt, all of Corinth, Miss. He is the grandson of Mrs. Frankie Roach and the late Mr. Bobby Roach, Mrs. Vernell Parks and the late Mr. Earl Parks, and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson, all of Corinth, Miss.

The bride was given in marriage and escorted by her father. She wore an elegant, royal-inspired Stella York wedding gown. Her gown was made of matte Mikado fabric. It was a ball-gown silhouette featuring a modern empire waist and open, square back. Fabric covered buttons ran down the length of the train. The bride’s waist was accentuated with a belt designed in pearls and diamonds. The bride wore a cathedral length veil with appliques around the trim. She carried a bouquet with a beautiful mix of soft pinks and white featuring tuber roses, white ranuculus, o’hara garden roses and lisianthus collared with seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus. She had a piece of her mother’s veil wrapped around her bouquet.

Maid of honor was Alyssa Horton, sister of the bride. Matron of honor was Kati Dye, college friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Caroline Horton, sister-in-law of the bride, Holly Stout and Jade Alexander, cousins of the bride, Laken Morehouse, friend of the bride, and Meredith Nicholson and Ashton Hensley, college friends of the bride. Flower girls were Ann Carver Horton, niece of the bride, Iva and Ada Robertson, nieces of the groom. Program attendants were Autumn Dotson and Sofia Tiffin, cousins of the bride. Ladies-in-waiting were Kieli Dotson and Victoria Tiffin, cousins of the bride.

Serving as best men were Hunter Mitchell and Dylan Adams, friends of the groom. Groomsmen were Bobby Roach, father of the groom, Sammy Robertson, step-father of the groom, Ryan Rowe, Bailey Quinn, Cameron Sigler, and Ryan Wolke, all military friends of the groom. Ring bearer was Rivers Robertson, nephew of the groom.

Bridal gown was purchased from Low’s Bridal in Brinkley, Ark., and the bridesmaid dresses were from Madison Town & Country. String trio for live ceremony music performed by Strings, Etc. and DJ for the reception was Metropolitan Disc Jockey Service. Caterer was Bubba’s Silver Spoon. Florist was Chase Sparks at Russellville Florist and Gifts. Wedding director was Carrie Dixon, Wedding Planning & Directing by Carrie. Photographers were Rob and Wynter Photography and videographer was Magnolia Tree Media. Hair and makeup artist was Lisa Nguyen. The wedding cake was made by Klarissa’s Cupcakes.

A bridesmaid luncheon was hosted by Peggy Tiffin, grandmother of the bride and Lynette Horton, mother of the bride at the Glover House in Guntersville, Ala. A recipe shower was hosted by Beth Hammock, Beulah Tooley and Tracie Clark at the home of Beth Hammock.

Following their honeymoon to Sandals in St. Lucia, the couple now resides in Corinth, Miss.

Photos by Rob and Wynter Photography

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