Ryan Kirk welcomed guests and opened the ceremony in prayer. The Rev. Randy Huddleston, father of the bride, performed the ceremony. Music was provided by violinist Elizabeth Kirk of Montgomery and guitarist B.J. Price of Trussville.
Parents of the bride are Randy and Dawn Huddleston of Oxford.
Parents of the groom are David and Darlene Gallahar of Bynum and Connie Gallahar and Jack Thomason of Oxford.
Grandparents of the bride are the late Ella Mae and Kiron Browning of Anniston and Betty and Alfred Huddleston of Anniston.
Grandparents of the groom are George David and Emily Surrett of Eastaboga and Kelsie Dean Gallahar of Talladega and the late Hubert Gallahar.
Maid of honor was Mysti Nichols.
Matron of honor was Estefania Wilcox.
Man of honor was Ryan Kirk.
Ring bearer was little Miss Lacie Johnston.
Groom’s attendants were Kayla Hurst and John Lawley.
Best man was Erik Born.
The reception was held in the Harbor House.
The bride wore a light gold, vintage style, Maggie Sottero gown that was complemented by the antique organza gloves worn by her grandmother, Ella Browning, on Sept. 2, 1949. Instead of flowers, the bride carried a bouquet formed of family heirloom jewelry and handmade by her aunt, Alice Huddleston. The ring pillow was handmade and smocked by the bride’s grandmother, Betty Huddleston.
After a trip to Jamaica, the couple resides in the Eulaton community near Anniston.