Madison Richard Vest 06

Madison Richard Vest 06

Madison Richard and John Wesley Vest were married September12, 2020 in a 6:00 evening ceremony at Bradford Farm and Venue with Daren McNish, the groom’s step-father, officiating. The reception followed at Bradford Farm and Venue.

The bride is the daughter of Sylina and Tim Sandlin of Moulton and the late Mark Richard. She is the granddaughter of Janice Palmer and the late Ervin Palmer and Harold and Sarah Richard, all of Moulton.

The groom is the son of Kim and Daren McNish of Decatur, and Tommy and Sheila Vest of Centerville, Tenn. He is the grandson of Katherine McWilliams and the late Hardison McWilliams of Decatur, and Celia Vest and the late John Harold Vest of Hartselle.

The bride wore a beautifully ornate Allure gown in ivory. The dress was adorned with textural appliques, scalloped hem, an illusion back, and buttons that ran down the spine to the end of the beautifully detailed chapel length train.

Maid of honor was Holly Richard, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were MonicaParker, friend of the bride; Chloe Palmer, Kayla Taylor, cousins of the bride; and Emily Sandlin, step-sister of the bride. Flower girls were Miya Maze and Reagan Goodwin.

Best man was the groom’s twin brother, James Wade Vest. Groomsmen were Josh McNish, brother of the groom; Wheeler Lovelady, Curtis Brown, and Nathan Johnson, friends of the groom. Ring bearer was Alex McNish, nephew of the groom.

Wedding directors/coordinators were Cecilia Brumley and Heather Sherrill. Floral designer was Bradford Farm and Venue. Sullivan Productions provided music for the ceremony and entertainment for the reception. Caterer was Southern Skillet Catering and the wedding cake and groom’s cake were made by Dixie Delights. Also catering drinks was All Shook Up Bar and Beverage Catering. Hair stylist and makeup artist was Laren Lindholm. Photographer was Heather Sherrill of Create Portraiture and videographer was Sullivan Productions.

The couple enjoyed a beautiful seven day honeymoon at Sandals Royal Caribbean in Montego Bay, Jamaica. They are now residing in Moulton.

Photos by Create Portraiture

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