Kristin Alyce Eubanks became the bride of Timothy Brian Hatcher on Saturday, May 14, 2011. On this beautiful summer day, the couple was married on the front steps of the home of the bride’s parents by Minister Terry Cagle.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott Eubanks Sr. She is the granddaughter of Mr. Lamar Harrison and the late Marceil Harrison, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Eubanks. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hatcher. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher.
The bride chose her cousin Ashley May Barnes, of Mobile, as her maid of honor. Also attending were her sister-in-law Lillie Kraver Eubanks, Jaclyn Elkins Garner and Katie Lynn Boyett, all of Mobile; Haley Caroline Scott, his sister-in-law Amy Crumbley Hatcher and the groom’s cousin Anna Rachel Hatcher, of Montgomery; Eden Harris Lunn, of Troy; and Christen Joy Pinkstaff, of Daytona. Serving as flower girls were the bride’s cousins Caroline Alexandra Eubanks, of Mobile and Campbell Hammett, of Montgomery.
The groom chose his father Steve Hatcher as his best man. Also attending were his brother Scottie Steven Hatcher and Joey Hunt, both of Montgomery; the bride’s brother Michael Scott Eubanks Jr. and the brides cousin Jeffrey Harrison May, both of Mobile; Patrick Barrett, of San Antonio; and cousin of the groom Trevin Hall, of Sneads, Florida. The ring bearer was the bride’s cousin Connor Daniel Eubanks, of Mobile.
Guests gathered on the front lawn of the bride’s childhood home on rustic, white benches constructed by the bride’s father. The bride and bridesmaids arrived in vintage horse-drawn carriages. With the guidance of wedding coordinator and family friend Michelle Cagle, the bride walked down the aisle in a one-of-a-kind strapless lace and silk shantung gown accented with a scalloped sweetheart neckline, custom-designed by Heidi Elnora.
A chapel-length, lace-trimmed veil completed the ensemble. She carried a simple, but elegant bouquet of white hydrangeas and roses made by Dennis Itson of Montgomery. The bridesmaids donned green one-shoulder silk shantung dresses, also custom-made by Heidi Elnora. Bridesmaid bouquets of white, green and pale pink roses paired with green and white hydrangeas complemented the natural beauty of the setting.
The ceremony was followed immediately by a reception on the side lawn of the home. A large tent, adorned with chandeliers, lanterns and stunning floral centerpieces, provided shade as guests dined on food prepared by the bride’s aunt, Lisha May, and family friends. May also homemade the impressive five-tier almond buttercream wedding cake.
Admoni Photography captured every happy moment of their special day. As the sun began to set, the couple exited the reception in a cherry red 1933 Ford Coupe amidst a beautiful, romantic display of fireworks and sparklers.
The evening before the wedding, the parents of the groom hosted a rehearsal party at the barn near the future bride and groom’s house.
The couple enjoyed a perfect honeymoon in Kauai, Hawaii. The couple now resides in Wilmer, Ala.