Maggie Killen Cornelius 07

Maggie Killen Cornelius 07

Maggie Killen and Aaron Cornelius married November 14, 2020 at 2:00 in the afternoon at The Old Oak in Peppertown in Lexington, AL officiated by Alex Bayes. The reception was held at the home of the bride’s grandparents, Ronald and Jean Killen, in Lexington following the wedding ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Chris and Jodi Killen and Patrick and Melissa Bunnell, all of Lexington. She is the granddaughter of Ronald and Jean Killen and Carl and Patricia Holden, and the great-granddaughter of Betty Holden, all of Lexington.

The groom is the son of Eric and PJ Cornelius of Rogersville and Donald and Laura Stewart of Lexington. He is the grandson of Thomas and Barbara Cornelius of Rogersville and Ann Taylor of Florence.

The bride chose her gown, veil and bridal jewelry from Cherry Tree Lane in Florence. For the departure, she wore a matching Vince Camuto set from Dillard’s.

The maid of honor was Kristen Walker, cousin and best friend of the bride, and matron of honor was Alex May, best friend of the bride. The following bridesmaids were Bailey White, Addie Brackin, Ali Gray, Carly Bowling, Abby McWilliams, Lindsay Ware, Becca Sneed, and Anna King, all friends of the bride; along with Taylor Cornelius Cosby, sister of the groom. The lovely flower girl was Adalyn Crosby, niece of the groom.

The best man was Tydus Stewart, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Eric Cornelius, father of the groom; Donald Stewart, step-father of the groom; Zach Stewart, Caid Cornelius, Cannon Cornelius, and Casen Cornelius, all cousins of the groom; Michael Cosby, brother-in-law of the groom; John Killen, brother of the bride; and Wyatt Walker, cousin of the bride. Ring bearer was Bennett Cosby, nephew of the bride.

The wedding director was Kim Walker. Floral designers were Jean Killen and Mandy Cottrell. Caterer and cake maker was Kim Walker & Company. Reception entertainment was provided by Patrick Campbell. Hair stylist and makeup artist was Sydney Hallmark. The wedding photographer was Mac Brown Photography and videographer was Billingsley Photography. Other reception helpers were Tammy Duncan and Emily Duncan.

The couple exited the reception in the bride’s grandparent’s 1957 turquoise and white Chevrolet. Her grandparents left their wedding in this exact car when they married in 1965.

For their honeymoon, the couple stayed in a treehouse cabin in the mountains of Blue Ridge, GA. They are now residing in Lexington, AL.

Photos by Mac Brown Photographya

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