The couple was married by Pastor Frank G. Wood, the current pastor of Mt. Alto Baptist Church, in a double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father, Ricky Womack and given in marriage by her parents, Ricky and Mary Womack.
The bride wore a gown made by her mother. It was a white bridal satin off-the-shoulder ball gown with a beaded waist line and pearl diamond ornaments on the top and diamond ornaments on the lower skirt. The bride wore a silver tiara decorated with pearls and a simple veil that was borrowed from her sister-in-law, Lauren Womack. Her jewelry included a pearl necklace, earrings, and bracelet set that was given to her by her mother and father. She carried a bouquet of pink and white roses.
Bridal attendants were Lauren Womack, matron of honor, Amanda Womack of Rome and Molly Bullard of Gaylesville. The bridesmaids wore a green tea length dress with a pink sash and pink peep-toe heels. The matron of honor wore a pink tea-length dress with a green sash and green peep-toe heels. The attendants’ jewelry, gifts from the bride, were pink and green necklaces and earrings made by the bride’s cousin Jennifer Abney.
The flower girl was Addison Womack, niece of the bride, of Rome. She wore a white dress made to look like the bride’s with pink roses on the skirt and a pink headband with pearl necklace and bracelet. The groom’s attendants were Drew Bullard, his best man, Don Bullard of Gaylesville, Ala., and Ricardo Clarke Rome.
The ringbearer was Eli Terry from Rome.
The reception at the Rome Area History Museum in Downtown Rome. After a honeymoon to Destin, Fla., the couple reside in Rome.