Lauren Ashley Murray and John Bryce Mosley were married November 16, 2013, at Covington Church of Christ.Mr. Mike Mays officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Murray of Covington. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Stacy Mosley of Covington. The reception was held at the chamber center immediately following the ceremony. The rehearsal dinner was given by Mr. and Mrs. John Stacy Mosley and took place at Old Town Hall.
Presented in marriage by her father, Bill Murray, the bride was attended by her matrons of honor, Mrs. Anna Kathryn Word and Mrs. Kristina Morris. Mrs. Ashley Shelby and Miss Stacie Ann Mosley were bridesmaids.
Mr. John Robinson was best man. Ushers were Mr. Bradley Forsythe, Mr. Aaron Kolb, Mr. Hank Word, Mr. Matt Ramsey and Mr. Coltin Clay. Harry Word and Benton Morris were ring bearers.
Mrs. Mildred Johnson, grandmother of the bride, and Mrs. Barbara Mayberry and Mrs. Claire Mosley, grandmothers of the groom, were honored guests.
The bride wore a sleeveless candlelight satin gown, which was handmade by the late Mrs. Velma Williams for the bride's cousin, the late Mary Ann McCall Fyfe. The gown was worn by several family members, including the bride's mother. It featured princess styling on the front of the gown with Chantilly lace appliqués embroidered with iridescent white sequins and seed pearls. The full skirt had a detachable chapel length train, which was also embroidered with the sequined Chantilly lace appliques and seed pearls. The bride wore a candlelight lace and tulle veil, bordered with a wide lace band with lace appliques cascading down the chapel length. The veil is also a family heirloom.
The bride’s cake was three tiers, composed of vanilla, strawberry and red velvet layers and decorated with ivory buttercream icing and topped with fresh flowers. The groom’s cake was chocolate with chocolate ganache icing and decorated with the second infantry division insignia and the combat infantry badge, representing Bryce’s service in the Army. All cakes were made by Mrs. Mary Baugues.
The couple will reside in Memphis.