Taylor Lynn Garrett and Daniel Logan Welsh were married Aug. 25 at 4 p.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Birmingham. The Rev. Richmond Webster officiated the ceremony with the Rev. Jonathan Talley of Lexington, Va. A reception followed at The Club.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bryan Garrett of Birmingham. She is the granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. Donald Carl Turnbull and Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Garrett, all of Birmingham.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Louis Welsh of Evans, Ga. He is the grandson of Captain and Mrs. James Percival Googe Jr. and the late Lynda S. Googe of Memphis, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick Welsh of Ormond Beach, Fla.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Alyne by Rivini gown from Carriage House Weddings. Ivory-colored tulle lined the V-neck corded Chantilly lace tank-style gown with a delicately modified trumpet skirt and a deep sweetheart neckline. Corded Chantilly lace buttons lined the back of the gown. The bride wore her mother’s fingertip length veil of ivory illusion edged in lace scallop.
She carried a bouquet of ivory roses and blue hydrangeas tied to a prayer book that had also been carried by her mother, grandmother, aunt and four other brides in the family dating back to 1948.
The bride’s sisters, Grace Anne Garrett and Mary Baker Garrett of Birmingham, were her maids of honor. Bridesmaids were Alexandra W. Ivins and Grace Elizabeth Welsh of Evans, Ga., Kelli Lee Jarrell of Dry Creek, W. Va., and Karen Keyes Lambdin of Greenwood, Miss.
The groom’s father was his best man. Groomsmen were Charles Ramsey Bennett of Memphis, Tenn., Bryan Marshall Garrett of Birmingham, Stuart Anthony Lehn of Martinez, Ga., Sean Kenton McCoy of Christiansburg, Va., William Courtney Quarles of Washington, D.C., and Samuel Josiah Welsh of Evans.
Ushers were Karsten Glen Bloomstrom, Kevin Marshall Cox, Caleb Clinton Dixon, Alexander Patrick Houser, Curtin I. Ivins, Preston Michael Landt, Alexander Henry MacDonell, IV, Michael Edwards Mecredy, Hugh Thomas Rogers and Jared Elliott Starin.
The music was provided by Dr. James Dorroh. Serving as crucifer was Joseph Davis Shuster of Nashville, Tenn. Reading the scripture were Mr. and Mrs. John Daly Ivy III of Columbia, Md. Program attendants were Lacey Schuler Davis, Melissa Ann Mays and Laura Elizabeth McBride.