Graves Wedding

Chelsea and Spencer Graves

Chelsea Collins and Spencer Graves were married on March 25, 2017 at Guthries Gap Baptist Church at 4 p.m. in a private ceremony with family and friends in attendance.

The Rev. Larry Miller officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Donny and Lisa Collins of Whitesburg. She is the granddaughter of Bill and Marlene Hodge of Whitesburg and the late Hazel Collins of Russellville.

The groom is the son of Michael and Tonya Graves of Bulls Gap. He is the grandson of Johnny and Wilma Graves of Whitesburg and Enos and Charlsie McLain of Rogersville.

The family walked in to the song “God, Your Mama, & Me” by Florida Georgia Line. The wedding party walked in to “When you say nothing at all” sung by Craig Long.

The bride walked in to “From the Ground up” sung by Burl Matthews. While bride and groom tied the cord of three strands, Matthews sang “Love is Not a Fight.” The groom surprised the bride by singing “Your Love Amazes Me.”

The bride was escorted by both her parents. She wore an ivory Allure wedding gown with a V-neckline and a lace button-up back.

The maid of honor was Kenzie Mullins. Bridesmaids were Raven Swatzell, Emily Crittenden, Brittany Price and Karli Eidson.

The best man was Michael Graves, the father of the groom. Groomsmen were Sawyer Graves, brother of the groom, Jeremy McLain, uncle of the groom, Ethan Myers and Austin Cope.

The flower girl was Abby Long and the ring bearer was Colten McLain, cousin of the groom.

The reception was held in the fellowship hall of Guthries Gap Baptist Church and served by Shona House, owner of Faith Baked Cakes in Rogersville.

The couple will reside in Bulls Gap.

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