Charlie Pigg Horton 03

Charlie Pigg Horton 03

Covid-19 and Hurricane Delta could not put a damper on the wedding day of Justin and Charlee. A year and a half of planning all came to a halt in the days leading up to their special day. The ceremony was planned for Pleasant View Farm, an outdoor venue located in their hometown. Unfortunately, due to impending Hurricane Delta that was expected to make landfall on wedding day, the couple made the difficult decision to relocate the ceremony three days before to Cornerstone Church in Collinwood, Tenn. The couple are extremely grateful for the generosity and support they were shown from the members of Cornerstone for allowing them to use their beautiful church. Despite the obstacles faced, Charlee and Justin’s wedding day was one of a storybook fairytale. The most perfect day surrounded by friends and family who mean so much to the couple.

Charlee Amber Pigg and Justin Dale Horton were married October 10, 2020 at 4:30 in the afternoon at Cornerstone Church with Junior Overstreet officiating. The reception followed at the church.

The bride is the daughter of Greg and Sonya Pigg of Cypress Inn, Tenn. She is the granddaughter of Johnnie and Glenda Holt and Margaret Pigg of Collinwood, Tenn. and Johnny Pigg of Florence, Ala.

The groom is the son of Jessica and Bart Littrell of Cypress Inn, Tenn. and Jeff and Amy Horton of Florence, Ala. He is the grandson of Dennis and Judy Thompson, Sam and Becky Horton, and Rhonda Donovan, all of Collinwood, Tenn.

Escorted by her father, the bride wore a stunning mermaid style gown with a detailed bodice of lace and beading attached to a flowing tulle skirt by Kittychen Couture and a chapel length veil trimmed with lace from Modern Brides located in Huntsville, Ala. She completed her look by wearing her mother’s earrings from her wedding day. Attached to her beautiful bouquet of sand roses, blue thistle, ranunculus, and dusty miller were two handkerchiefs given to her as special keepsakes from the groom’s great-grandmother and her own great-grandmother.

Maid of honor was Shelby Wilbanks, best friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miranda Goats, Martha Kristin Woodside, Kaylee Smith, Selby Risner, all friends of the bride, and Braydee Pigg, sister of the bride. Flower girls were Ada Holt, Remi Robertson, and Teagan Vickery, all cousins of the bride.

Best man was Austin Holt, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Seth Hicks and Tanner Weaver, friends of the groom; Mac Holt, friend and cousin of the bride; Tanner Sanderson, cousin of the groom; and Jace Horton, brother of the groom. Ring bearer was Ty Rich, family friend of the bride and groom.

Wedding director/coordinators were Lillie Ruth Brewer and Christie Littrell. Floral designer was Christie Littrell. Ceremony music was provided by Jason Rich. Caterer for the reception was Pat’s Cafe and Catering Co. of Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and the wedding cake and groom’s cake were made by Tori Jones at Revival Bake Shop. Hair stylists were Jaydee Blackburn and Valerie Crews at Jaydee’s, and makeup artist was Sydney Hallmark at Styled by Sydney. Photographer was Rebecca Elkins at Rebecca Lynn Photography and videographer was Tyler Martin at Nelsons Studio. Special thanks to Cherry Tree Lane in Florence for completing the bridal party look.

Unable to travel to their original honeymoon destination due to Covid-19 restrictions, the couple travelled to Branson, Mo. for an impromptu honeymoon. Deep in the Ozarks, the couple enjoyed horseback riding through the mountains and enjoying some much needed relaxation. The couple plan to celebrate their one-year anniversary in Oahu, Hawaii as originally planned.

Photos by Rebecca Lynn Photography

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