Ginger Michelle Puckett and Mark Edsel Vanhorn were married April 13, 2019 at Ava’s Place with Matthew Vanhorn officiating. The reception followed at Ava’s Place.

The bride is the daughter of Danny and Kim Puckett of Poplar Bluff, Mo. and Joanie and William Burns of Tuscumbia. She is the granddaughter of Libby Puckett and the late Billy Puckett, the late James Medford, and Jessie Peterson, all of Cherokee.

The groom is the son of Kenneth and Robin Vanhorn of Tuscumbia. He is the grandson of Joe and Joan Bogle of Muscle Shoals, and the late Edsel and Wilda Vanhorn of Tuscumbia.

The bride chose a white, off the shoulder gown from Juanita’s Fashions.

Matron of honor was Betsy Puckett, sister-in-law of the bride. Bridesmaids were Amy Brackett, friend of the bride; Heather Vanhorn, sister-in-law of the groom; and Michelle Vanhorn, sister of the groom. Junior bridesmaid was Rubye Puckett, niece of the bride. Flower girl was Embree Wright, daughter.

Best man was the groom’s father, Kenneth Vanhorn. Groomsmen were Bradley Puckett, brother of the bride; Joe Wells and Wes Ayers, friends of the groom. Ring bearer was Lincoln Puckett, nephew of the bride.

Wedding director was Abby Simpson and floral designer was Kaleidoscope Florist. Ceremony music was provided by Nate Fulmer. Caterer and cake maker was Jill’s Sweet Memories. Hair stylist was Taylor McGee of Textur Salon and make-up artist was Laren Lindholm of Makeup by Laren. Photographer was Megan Dawson of Dawson’s Photography.

The couple honeymooned in their favorite place, Nashville, Tenn., and are now residing in Florence.

Photos by Dawson’s Photography

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