Miss Templeton is the daughter of Ron and Jeana Gattis of Winchester and Rick and Lisa Templeton of Talking Rock, Ga. and the granddaughter of Bertha Warren of Winchester, Sonny Epperson (deceased), Charles “Bo” Warren (deceased), Walter D. and Pearl Templeton (deceased) and “Mama Bede” Champion (deceased).
Mr. Luttrell is the son of David and Tammy Adams of Tulahoma and George Luttrell of Manchester and the grandson of Judy and Glenn Reed of Beechgrove, Eugene and Marie Hicks of Manchester, George Luttrell Sr. of Manchester and Terry and Carolyne Adams of Clarksville.
The couple enjoyed a very simple country outdoor wedding with seating for guests on rows of haybells. The couple borrowed a wooden arbor to stand in front of during the ceremony, which was decorated by the bride’s great aunt.
The bride was given away by both her stepfather, Ron Gattis and her father, Rick Templeton.
The bride wore a simple V -neck white dress with ruffles at the bottom. Flowers were multi colored daises tied together with rafia.
Kayla Cash, cousin of the bride was the maid of honor; she wore a strapless slimming dress. Brandye Terrill, sister of the bride was the matron of honor; she wore a strapless dress with ruffles. The bride was also attended by Holly Kennemer, friend of the bride; she wore a one strap slimming dress; Nikki Bridges, cousin of the bride wore a strapless summer dress as well as Brooke & Cayli Luttrell, sisters of the groom wore strapless summer dresses.
All bridesmaids wore blue dresses with brown cowboy boots and carried daises tied together with rafia.
Flower girl was Kaylee Cash, cousin of the bride. She wore a white dress with flowers and her colored sandals matched the brides bouquet.
The brides mother wore a bright yellow sundress with white sandals. The grooms mother wore a black skirt with a blue top and flip flops.
All the groom’s attendants wore black tuxedos with lime green vests and ties including a matching green flower boutonniere.
Justin Tanksersley and Justin Rogers, friends of the groom were the best men. Trey Jackson, Thomas Bradford, Morgan Glutch and Rusty Grammer, friends of the groom, were all groomsmen. Ben Bradford was the ring bearer.
The reception was held inside the church hall filled with 22 tables with blue tablecloths and pictures of the couple over the years they have been together in quart size mason jars with the bottoms of them filled with sand.
A buffet-style dinner was served including barbeque, baked beans, potato salad, slaw, rolls, banana pudding and oreo balls. All guests drank sweet tea out of mason jars they took home as party favors.
The wedding cake was a three tier simple confetti cake with two blue and two green flowers on the front. The grooms cake was a chocolate sheet cake with the Alabama “A” on the top. Both cakes were made by Nancy Primus. Photography by Danielle Jackson and Elizabeth Dennis.
After honeymooning at a beach house in Gulf Shores the couple returned to reside in Lynchburg.•