Teresa Inge Scott of Mountain Brook and Jeremy Remington Roberts of Yazoo City, Miss., were married April 27 at First Presbyterian Church, founded in 1824 in Eutaw. Chris Beeker Jr., uncle of the bride, officiated the ceremony. A reception followed at Myrtle Hall, built in 1838 and owned by Teresa and Chip Beeker.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott Jr. of Mountain Brook. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Patton Inge and the late Mr. Harwood Inge of Eutaw and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott and the late Mrs. Barbara Heard Scott of Birmingham.
The groom is the son of the late Mrs. Trudy Remington Roberts of Yazoo City. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cecil Remington of Bradenton, Fla.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown with a sweetheart bodice constructed of Alencon lace underneath cross-ruched tulle. It draped over the gown with a chapel-length train. Her cathedral-length veil was made by Josephine Smith with lace that her great-grandmother, Augusta Inge, brought back from Brussels. It was also worn by her mother; her aunts, Teresa Beeker and Virginia Sandlin, and her first cousin, Diana Browning.
Matrons of honor were Lauren Whiteside Mestre of Dallas and Lacey Valeska Scott of Birmingham. Bridesmaids were Lacey Baker of Jackson, Miss.; Diana Beeker Browning, Allen Bunting, Jessica Wassecman Hall, Margaret Hiden and Shelby Roberts Segrest, all of Birmingham; Lauren Roberts Key of Savannah, Ga., and Erin Klein of Opelika.
Serving as best man was Joshua Street of Yazoo City. Groomsmen were Clarke Bohorfoush, Bernard Scott, Will Nading, Andrew Remington and Eric Remington, all of Birmingham, Corbett Scott of New Orleans and Fred Street of Yazoo City.
After a honeymoon trip to Antigua, the couple live in Madison, Miss.