Haven Albright Pondick

Haven Albright and Alexander Pondick were married December 5, 2020 at 3:00 in the afternoon at Haven’s Place in Lexington with Tommy Crocker officiating. The reception followed at Haven’s Place.

The bride is the daughter of Shane and Angie Albright of Lexington. She is the granddaughter of Ronald Albright and the late Pat Albright of Killen, the late Billy and Doris Barnett of Lexington.

The groom is the son of Glenn and Penny Pondick of Southside. He is the grandson of the late William and Thelma Burks and Ping Pondick and the late Norman Pondick.

The bride chose her wedding gown, veil, and fur stole from Kathleen’s Bridal in Madison, along with earrings and bracelet from Sidelines Jewelry in Florence.

Maid of honor was Kaitlynn Thomson, friend of the bride, and matron of honor was Haley Albright, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Lindsey Crocker, sister-in-law of the bride; Makayla Smith, Victoria Rowe, Madison Lee, Morgan Pool, and Jazmine Stubblefield, all friends of the bride.

Bestman was the groom’s father, Glenn Pondick. Groomsmen were Brett Twigg, Jesse Fry, Tanner Koch, Drew Mullinax, Daulton Coker, Edward Brandsema, all friends of the groom, and Seth Miller, cousin of the groom.

Wedding director was Mickey Beavers. Floral designers were Patsy Brooks and Ruth Whitsett. Ceremony music was provided by Donnie Gibson of Sound Made EZ, and saxophonist Tommy Friend entertained guests at the reception. The reception was catered by Southern Skillet, and the wedding cake and groom’s cake were made by Lauren Thomas. Hair stylist was Madison Hicks and make up artist was Faith Ezell. Photographer was Amanda Chapman and videographer was Al Hammond of Awaken Films.

The couple spent their honeymoon in Park City, Utah. They are residing in Lexington.

Photos by Amanda Chapman Photography

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