Gracie Jenkins Whitten 021

Gracie Jenkins Whitten 021

Gracie Jenkins and Davis Whitten were married August 29, 2020 at 5:30 in the afternoon at Graystone Quarry in Franklin, Tenn. with Greg Davis officiating. A reception followed at Graystone Quarry.

The bride is the daughter of Adam and Chasity Jenkins of Tuscumbia. She is the granddaughter of Wayne and Beverly Jenkins of Michie, Tenn. and Linda Felks of Florence.

The groom is the son of Rick and Rebecca East and the late Kenneth Whitten of Muscle Shoals. He is the grandson of Maxine Shelhamer and the late Ronald Shelhamer and Earl and Gail Evans, all of Muscle Shoals.

The bride chose an Alexandra Grecco gown from Dress Theory in Nashville, Tenn., along with a Sara Gabriel veil, Bella Belle shoes, a.b. Ellie earrings, and Twings and Honey hair pins.

Maid of honor was Hannah Jenkins, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Kaitlyn Richardson, Kaitlyn Stepp, Keely Templeton, friends of the bride, and Meredith Jenkins, sister of the bride. Flower girl was Ainslee Shelhamer, cousin of the groom.

Best man was the groom’s brother, Derrick East. Groomsmen were Brent Butler, Cameron Gautney, Ben Johnson, and Houston Calvert, all friends of the groom.

Wedding director was Madison Peters. Floral designer was Enchanted Florist in Nashville. Ceremony music was provided by violinist Lauren Conklin. Caterer for the recepton was Catering and Events by Suzette. The wedding cake was made by Dessert Designs by Leland. Josh Hearing entertained guests at the reception. Hair stylist was Brittany Hart of Salon Mod in Florence and makeup artist was Amanda Gros of Nashville. Photographer was Sommer Hamilton of Saving Grace Photogra-phy and videographer was Bear Wallow Film Company.

For their honeymoon the couple stayed at the Sugar Beach Resort in St. Lucia. They are now residing in Madison.

Photos by Saving Grace Photography

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