Ashley Morgan and Bradley Bailey were married August 17, 2019 at 4:00 in the afternoon at First United Methodist Haleyville with Pastor Kevin Johnson officiating. The reception was held at The Barn at Coleman Farms following the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Phelesia Clemmons of Florence and Craig and Crystal Morgan of Bay St. Louis, Miss. She is the granddaughter of Wyman and Judy Morgan, the late Myra Hirst, and the late James Clemmons.

The groom is the son of Dewayne and Tammy Bailey of Haleyville. He is the grandson of Barbara Shirley and Ruth Bailey.

The bride chose a sleeveless lace gown from Diane’s Formal Affair. Her “something old” was a sixpence in her shoe; her “something new” was diamond earrings from the groom; her “something borrowed” was her grandmother Judy’s tennis bracelet; and her “something blue” was a blue guardian angel pendant worn on her bridal bouquet in honor of her late grandmother Myra.

Maid of honor was Cortney Wray, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Audrey Morgan and Hannah Hubbell, sisters of the bride; Brooke Goar, sister-in-law of the bride; Hannah Gilbertson, Sarah Elizabeth Sherrod, and Mary Claire Camp, friends of the bride. Flower girl was Hallie Hancock.

Best man was the groom’s father, Dewayne Bailey. Groomsmen were Trent Williams and Trey Williams, cousins of the groom; Clay Goar, brother-in-law of the groom; Will Bishop, Ben Richards, and Payton Thomas, all friends of the groom. Ring bearer was Owen Goar, nephew of the groom.

Wedding director was Rita Hill. Floral designer was Traditions Florist. Ceremony music was provided by Teri Finley and Ann Mott. The Reid Haughton Band entertained guests at the reception. Caterer was Pilgrims Place and Amy’s Cakes made the wedding cake and groom’s cake. Hair stylist and make-up artist was Shugar Styles by Hannah Phillips. Photographer was Keelan Walker Photography and videographer was Nicholson Creative.

The couple spent their honeymoon at The Serenity Cabin, and are now residing in Louisville, Ky.

Photos by Keelan Walker Photography

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