Lauren Ellisa Cole and Frank Earl Litchfield IV were married July 24, 2010, at 6 p.m. at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Birmingham. The Rev. Danny Giffen and Justin Huensch officiated. A reception followed at The Club.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arthur Cole of Vestavia Hills. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Nancy Martin White and the late Mr. Jerry Ellis White of Vestavia Hills and Dr. and Mrs. George William Cole of Mountain Brook.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earl Litchfield III of Montgomery. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eugene Haynes of Cullman and the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Earl Litchfield Jr. of Montgomery.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory silk Mikado ball gown by Anne Barge for Badgley Mischka. The strapless gown had princess seaming with beaded Alencon lace at the sweetheart neckline. The full ball gown skirt swept to a chapel-length train and was encircled by a wide band of beaded lace. She wore an ivory chapel-length veil of illusion.
Maid of honor was Dallas Ann Cole, cousin of the bride, of Houston. Bridesmaids were Lauren Elizabeth McDavid of Sandersville, Ga., Alexandra Caroline Sager, Elsbeth Patricia Denton, Jordan Elisabeth Askins, Anna Blakely Eltz, Owens Eliazabeth Jessup and Sarah Kathryn Sharp, all of Vestavia Hills.
Best man was Howard Haynes Litchfield, brother of the groom, of Montgomery. Groomsmen were Tyler Stonewall Pinson of Albany, Ga.; Caleb James Fuller of Charlotte, N.C.; William O’Neal Griffin of Eufaula; Tyler Parker Cole, brother of the bride, of Vestavia Hills; and Parker Lowell Ivey, Richard Wade Deloney and Gregory Taylor Watson, all of Montgomery.
Ushers were Benjamin James McClain of Montgomery, friend of the groom; George William Cole III and Brent Christian Cole of Houston; Richard Steven Cole Jr., Austin James Cole and Jordan Paul Cole of Huntsville and John-Cole Garwick of Phoenix, all cousins of the bride.
Junior bridesmaid was Caroline Elizabeth White, and flower girl was Katherine Rose White, both cousins of the bride of Autaugaville. The ring bearer was Bennett Lohrne Robertson, cousin of the groom of Montgomery.
After a honeymoon trip, the couple live in Auburn.