Lindsey Kaye Davis became the bride of William Justin Purvis May 19 at First Baptist Church in Valdosta with the Rev. Mickey Lindsey officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Ms. Brenda H. Pridgen of Valdosta and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Davis of Hahira. Her grandparents are Ms. Barbara Darby Hornbuckle of Kennesaw and the late Robert B. Hornbuckle and Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Davis of Valdosta.
The groom’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Purvis of Alapaha. His grandparents are Ms. Gwynette Powell and the late Bill Powell of Nashville and Ms. Barbara Benson and the late Mr. H.D. Purvis of Alapaha.
Providing the wedding music were Mrs. Tara Purvis and Mrs. Trista Wisenbaker, soloists, and Tyler Walker, organist.
Matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Lacey Davis Stephens of Hahira. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Lindsey Elliott Bennett, Mrs. Brittany Hill Freeman, Mrs. Brooke Purdy Goodwin, Ms. Lindsey Wells Jordan, Mrs. Amanda Lanier Nijem, Mrs. Tara Rountree Purvis, and her cousins, Mrs. Holly Davis Doss Greene, Mrs. Haley Davis Heath and Mrs. Emily Redish Tillman.
Flower girl was the groom’s cousin, Miss Mabry Dixon Ford of Alapaha.
Best men were the groom’s father and his brother, Jacob Daniel Purvis of Valdosta. Groomsmen were his cousin, Mr. Quentin Mitchell Dixon; the bride’s stepbrother, Mr. Justin Christopher Nijem; Mr. Hal Franklin Higgins, Mr. John Turner Sineath, Mr. John Frederick Temples, Mr. Brandon Alan Veasey and Mr. Daniel Tyler Williamson.
Junior groomsman was Shad Dalton Stephens, who pulled the baby ring bearers down the aisle in a wooden Radio Flyer wagon. Ring bearers were the bride’s nephew, Brogen Brooks Stephens of Hahira, and the groom’s nephew, John Everett Purvis of Valdosta.
Given in marriage by her mother,
the bride wore a white, strapless gown with beaded appliques on netting over sleek taffeta. The gown also featured a gathered, asymmetrical waist and a semi-chapel train. She wore a fingertip veil of illusion.
Photographer was Anna Klapp. Programs and bubbles were distributed by Gunner Oxford Heath, Dakota Davis Heath, Marlie Ann Mathis and Jacob Manry Ford.
A reception followed at The Loft at City Market in Downtown Valdosta.
After a honeymoon to St. Lucia, the newlyweds are living in Quitman.
The bride attended Valdosta State University where she was a member of Phi Mu sorority and graduated from Darton College with a degree in cardiovascular science. She is employed by Archbold Medical Center as a Registered Cardiac Sonographer.
The groom is a graduate of The University of Georgia and the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University in Macon. He is employed by Young, Thagard, Hoffman, Smith, Lawrence & Shenton LLP as an attorney.