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Amanda Ann Humphress and Adam Lee Burress, both of Elk Horn, exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, July 28 at Feathersburg First Church of God.
Bro. Christopher Cofer performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Alvin and Marsha Humphress of Elk Horn. Her grandparents are Kenneth and Ina Humphress of Elk Horn and Maudye Hovious of Campbellsville.
The groom is the son of Rodney and Toni Burress of Elk Horn. His grandparents are Bobby Lee and Dorothy Burress of Elk Horn, Rose Miller of Liberty and the late Thomas Miller.
The church was decorated with ivy, ferns, white and fuchsia bows and floral swags.
Music for the ceremony included "Lost in This Moment" by Big & Rich, which was played during the seating of the grandparents and guests. Brandon Hovious sang "I Cross My Heart" as the groom, bridesmaids and groomsmen entered. Jean Cox played "The Wedding March" as the bride entered.
The bride wore a symmetrically draped gown with ruched pick-ups on the skirt and a modified chapel train featuring pearls and crystals sprinkled onto the strapless neckline. She wore a white veil attached to a crystal tiara and carried three-dozen white and hot pink hand-tied roses.
Amy Baldwin of Elk Horn served as the matron of honor. She wore a sapphire strapless, tea-length satin gown and carried three long stem hot pink roses with white iridescent ribbon.
Bridesmaids were Jennifer Caulk of Campbellsville, Sara Johnson of Lexington and Leigh Ann Humphress of Elk Horn. Their attire and flowers were similar to the matron of honor's.
Kylee Bardin of Elk Horn was the flower girl.
Matthew Burress of Elk Horn served as the best man. Groomsmen were Casey Chelf and Tyler Hovious, both of Elk Horn, and Adam Bland of Campbellsville.
Dustan Burress and Matthew Wise, both of Elk Horn, were the ushers.
Guest register attendants were Jessica Burress of Elk Horn and Lakken Miller of Liberty.
A reception followed the ceremony at Burress' Grocery.
The couple honeymooned at Pigeon Forge, Tenn. They are making their home in Elk Horn.