The bride is the granddaughter of Harold and Joanne Kendrick and the late Frank and Annete Agnew of Summerville. She is the sister of Bianca Mobbs and Clint Agnew of Summerville and Matthew Payne of Jacksonville, Ala.
The groom is the brother of Cameron Hinton of LaFayette and the father of Madison and Kaitlyn Harris of Summerville. He is the grandson of Tommy and Brenda Young and William and the late Ingrid Hinton, all of LaFayette.
The couple was married by the honorable judge Tambra Colston of Rome in a double ring ceremony under an arch built by the family and adorned with strands of small white lights and white draping tied back with olive green satin bows and wild flowers. The arch was surrounded with large ferns and fall mums. The bride was escorted by her father, Clinton Agnew, and given in marriage by her parents, Clinton Agnew and Cheryl Mobbs. The Scriptures 1 Corinthians 13:1-7 and Colossians 4:12-15 were read by the bride’s uncle, Robert Agnew, Summerville, who also delivered the closing blessing on the couple. The bride’s uncle John Agnew, Summerville, presented the couple with a magnolia tree grown from a seed from a tree the bride’s father and uncles planted at their home in the early 1950s to symbolize the presence of the late grandparents at the wedding. The bride and groom watered the tree together as a symbol of continuing the family spirit of love. John Agnew played the processional and recessional on the keyboard.
The bride chose a white satin gown with Alencon Lace decorating the strapless bodice with a beaded sash at the natural waistline. The full A-line skirt flowed to the chapel length train that was adorned with covered buttons. She wore a simple fingertip-length veil, a short length Mikimoto pearl necklace and matching earrings, a pearl bracelet made by her mother and her engagement ring. She wore a garter of blue ribbon and white lace and cowboy boots. The groom used the bride’s grandmother’s wedding band in the double ring ceremony. The bride carried an English garden bouquet of wild flowers, white garden roses, white Eskimo roses, zinnias, wheat, green button chrysanthemums, Mexican sage and rosemary tied with an envy green satin ribbon.
The bride’s sister, Bianca Mobbs, Summerville, was the maiden of honor and wore a sweetheart neckline strapless dress of envy green lush highlighted by the natural waistline and short pleated skirt. She also wore a Mikimoto pearl necklace and matching earrings, cowboy boots and carried a bouquet of wild flowers, red and yellow zinnias, wheat, green button chrysanthemums, gold wax flower, grain sorghum, Mexican sage and rosemary tied with envy green satin ribbon.
The groom’s daughters, Madison and Kaitlyn Harris of Summerville, served as junior bridesmaids and wore matching white lace dresses with envy green lush sashes, brown legging and cowboy boots and carried bouquets of wild flowers, zinnias, wheat, gold wax flower, green button chrysanthemums, Mexican sage and rosemary tied with envy green satin ribbon.
Kaylee Hinton of LaFayette, flower girl and niece of the groom, carried a small galvanized pail with fall leaves adorned with zinnias, Mexican sage and rosemary. Her brother, Caiden Hinton of LaFayette, served as ring-bearer and carried a small pillow of natural jute with a white satin ruffle and envy green satin ribbons.
The groom’s brother, Cameron Hinton of LaFayette, served as best man. Additional groomsmen were the groom’s uncles, Tommy and Jaycee Young of LaFayette. The groomsmen, groom and father of the bride wore blue jeans, white button-down shirts and vests which matched the maiden of honor’s dress. The groom and father of the bride also wore matching neckties. All the men in the wedding party, grandfathers and the groom’s father had boutonnieres of rosemary and white garden roses tied with envy green ribbon.
The groom’s mother and the bride’s mother and stepmother carried matching miniature nosegays of zinnias, garden roses, wheat, rosemary and Mexican sage. The grandmothers wore corsages of white garden roses, Eskimo roses and rosemary.
The reception was held in a tent decorated with strands of tiny white lights, rose scented soy tea candles made by a friend of the bride and wild flowers. The tables were decorated with white cloths and natural jute runners. The table centerpieces consisted of a red oak log ring topped with a decorated mason jar of wildflowers. Moss and red oak mushrooms trailed off the rings onto the table. The wedding cake was three tiers of vanilla cake with buttercream icing simulating three rings of a tree, with the bride and groom’s initials “carved” in a heart on the second layer. Each layer was adorned with fall flowers. Following the reception, two fire pits were lit and a band played until midnight. The bride and groom left in a borrowed early model Corvette convertible.
Following their honeymoon in Gatlinburg, Tenn., the couple resides in Summerville.