Abigail Christine Olive and Aaron Bradly Conner were married May 19, 2018 at 5:30 in the afternoon at Grace Hall at Mathews Manor in Springville, Ala. with Chaplain Samuel Horton officiating. The reception followed at Grace Hall.

The bride is the daughter of William Keith Olive of Greenhill and Pamela Marlar Olive of Muscle Shoals. She is the granddaughter of the late Carl and Christine Marlar of Muscle Shoals and the late Brice and Wilma Olive of Greenhill.

The groom is the son of Cynthia Gunter Conner of Mobile and the late Bradly Conner. He is the grandson of Elliott and Sue Gunter of Mobile and Bill Conner and the late Kay Conner of Coeur D’alene, Idaho.

The bride wore a Mikado box pleat white ball gown with a beaded illusion square cut back by Justin Alexander with a beaded satin belt from Bella’s Bridal in Birmingham.

Maid of honor was Kelly Tillman, best friend of the bride, and junior maid of honor was Landri Kilpatrick, family friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Katie Conner and Rachel Con- ner, sisters of the groom; Taylor Henke, Kinsley Knapp, Callie Beth Price, Jamie Seilham, and Emily Vigilone, all friends of the bride. Providing a special reading was Kyndal Kilpatrick. Best man was Samuel Wyatt, best friend of the groom. Groomsmen were John Ryan Alford, David Cobb, Elliott Hamilton, Jacob C. Healy, Conner Parker, John Woodley, all friends of the groom; and Noah Leander Olive, brother of the bride.

Wedding director was Amber Chesser of Birmingham. Mathews Manor provided the flowers, the catering, and wedding and groom’s cakes. Music for the ceremony was provided by soloist Audrey Nicole Hale and harpist Marsha Gunter. Entertaining guests at the reception was Emerald Empire Band from Birmingham, and a photo booth from Platinum Entertainment. Hair stylist and make-up artist was Unfading Beauty of Birmingham. Photographer was Amanda Chap- man and videographer was Awaken Films.

The bride surprised her groom at the reception with a song:

she sang “I Choose You” by Ryann Darling.

After a honeymoon cruise to the Caribbean Islands, the couple is now residing in Birmingham.

Photos by Amanda Chapman Photography

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