Kathryn Leigh Fuller and Joshua Earl Rozier were united in marriage at the home of the bridegroom in Germantown, Tenn. on July 24.
The outdoor family ceremony was officiated by Rev. Freddie Albaugh of Hope Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guy Fuller of Flowood. She is the granddaughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. James Robert Hatten and the late Mr. and Mrs. Leon Guy Fuller, Jr. of Jackson.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Stephen Edward Rozier and the late Mr. Rozier of West Columbia, S.C. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Welborn Columbus Rozier and the late Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas Cotton of South Carolina.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a sleeveless V- neck designer gown featuring distinct leaf shapes detailing the bodice and falling at varying lengths over the natural waistline and onto the skirt made of layered glitter tulle and Regency organza. The back of the skirt flowed into a frothy train. Her ivory veil was floor length of layered glittery tulle.
She carried a handtied cascading bouquet of mini Picasso calla lilies, green and lavender roses, hypericum berries, sprays of Dendrobium green orchids, lisianthus and Boston fern. Tied to the bouquet was the bride’s Bible given to her as a baby by the Women of Covenant Presbyterian Church. Also tucked into the bouquet were her maternal grandmother’s handmade handkerchief carried by her grandmother, mother and her two sisters-in-law at their weddings, and a second handkerchief trimmed in blue was purchased in Florence, Italy on a previous trip with her mother. Both were attached by her maternal grandmother’s pearl antique pin. She wore earrings, a gift from the bridegroom, and a pearl necklace, a gift from her parents. The necklace looped through her paternal grandmother’s wedding rings.
Best men were Jacob Carl Rozier and Alexander Edward Rozier, sons of the bridegroom.
The couple was married under a trellis of Magnolia from the bride’s home state, oak leaf hydrangeas, elaeagnus and large white and purple hydrangeas accompanied by miniature white lights.
After the ceremony the couple was showered with dried purple and pink flowers wrapped in hymnal paper. The ombre’ purple wedding cake had layers of lemon, strawberry and vanilla. After the couple had their first toast, the bride’s parents hosted a reception. On the eve of the wedding the bridegroom’s mother entertained with a rehearsal dinner.
Following a wedding trip to Brother’s Cove in Sevierville, Tenn., the couple is at home in Germantown. They will look forward to a post-Covid wedding celebration at Brother’s Cove and an Alaskan honeymoon cruise.