Lacey Crawford and Cody Martin were married September 15, 2018 at 5:30 in the afternoon at Danclay Farms with Jamie Roden officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Nacole and Mark Gireth of Anderson and Jimmy Crawford of Killen. She is the granddaughter of Ann Davis and the late Don Davis of Anderson, and Jim and Marie Crawford of Killen.

The groom is the son of Tammy and Kevin Clemmons of Madison and Shannon Martin of Florence. He is the grandson of Rachel and Mickey Poole of Killen.

The bride wore a Martina Liana dress found at Something Blue Shoppe in Hartselle by consultant Kim Williams.

Maid of honor was Harlie Gossett, best friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mollie Peck, Rachel Thacker, Audra Young, and Baylee Newton.

Best man was Micah Hamner, best friend of the groom. Grooomsmen were James Ris- ner, Mitchell Ray, Logan Pettus, Dillon Richardson, and Gatlin Hill.

Wedding director was Chelsea Kennedy Events. Floral designer was Cindy Causey Har- rison. Caterer was The Bonnet Cafe and the wedding cake and groom’s cake were made by Amy’s Cakes. Ceremony music was provided by vocalist Leah Roden and reception entertainment was provided by Fine Era Productions. Hair stylist was Kyla Warden from Textur Salon and make-up artist was Monica Aday. Photographer was Heather Sherrill of Create Portraiture and videographer was Mattie Cleveland of White Oak Productions. Party Pros provided the tent and beautiful lighting for the outdoor reception at Danclay Farms.

After a honeymoon trip to the Dominican Republic, the couple is now residing in Lexington.

Photos by Create Portraiture

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