Laura Fay “Lucy” Hamilton and Christopher Hugh Daniel were married Aug. 6 at Canterbury United Methodist Church. Dr. Bill Morgan officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony. A reception followed at Mountain Brook Club.
The bride is the daughter of Judge Laura Wilbourn Hamilton and Mr. George Seaton Hamilton of Huntsville. She is the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Laura Mae Hereford Wilbourn and Mr. Ernest Horton Wilbourn of Gurley and of Mrs. Julian Sullivan Hamilton Sr. of Huntsville and the late Mr. Julian Sullivan Hamilton Sr.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Daniel of Mountain Brook. He is the grandson of Mrs. James Seabe Pate of Shreveport, La., and the late Mr. James Seabe Pate and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hugh Daniel Sr. of Mountain Brook.
Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore an ivory silk shantung gown with a cathedral train and veil and a fitted, asymmetrical ruched bodice. She wore a pearl necklace enhanced with an heirloom gold and pearl brooch that belonged to her great-grandmother, the late Mrs. Lillian Rhodes Hamilton of Jackson, Miss.
Her bridal bouquet was encircled with handmade lace from the 1904 wedding dress of the groom’s great-grandmother, the late Mrs. Lena Adkins Delafield of Sarepta, La.
The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Sara Josiah Hamilton of Huntsville, and the matron of honor was Mrs. Matthew Michael Berry of Park City, Utah.
Bridesmaids were Kathleen Anne McIntosh of Daphne, Courtney Drew Michelson of Mountain Brook, Axee Victoria Mullins of Huntsville and Leigh Elizabeth Walker of Brewton. Flower girls were Katherine Grace Jones and Hannah Brooke Jones of Madison.
The groom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Zachary James Daniel, brother of the groom, Alexander Volentine Green and Robert Smith Hunter, all of Mountain Brook; and Jordan Tyler Beard and Joshua Charles Hughes, both of Birmingham.
Ushers were Daniel Solomans Branum of Greenville; Hikel Alfred Boohaker and Frederick Bryan Darley III, both of Birmingham; and Matson Greer O’Rear, Erskine Ramsay III, William Archibald “Robb” Roberts and George Bradley Twitty, all of Mountain Brook.
After a honeymoon to Anguilla, the couple will live in Mountain Brook.