Brooklyn LeAnne Tweed and Trevor Lynn Hensley, of Greeneville, were married Sept. 15, 2018.
Pastor Dean Brewster, of Greene County, officiated the 6 p.m. ceremony at Still Hollow Farm.
The bride is the daughter of Chasity and Wesley Birdwell, of Greeneville.
The groom is the son of Misty Smith and Marty Hensley, of Greeneville.
For the ceremony, the aisle was decorated with baby’s breath in galvanized buckets and rustic signs quoting 1 Corinthians. The wooden arch was adorned with vines of sunflowers and draping ivory lace. Rustic doors with sunflower wreaths created the entrance, with two wine barrels and lanterns with flowers placed alongside.
Given in marriage by her mother, Chasity Birdwell, and family, the bride wore an ivory lace, sweetheart ball gown with a mixed floral champagne sash and array of flowers and diamonds. She wore a beaded and crystal motif scrolled, scallop-edge, mid-length, ivory veil with a crystal and pearl headband.
The bride’s aunt, Amy Tweed, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were friends Brooke Smith, Brittney Southerland, Brandy Smith and Beth Wilhoit.
The attendants wore wine-colored long dresses in chiffon and lace.
Samantha Birdwell and Mia Spradlin were flower girls.
The best man was Johnny Lee Tarlton.
Groomsmen were Mickey Tarlton, Bobby Matthews, Justin Tarlton and Cody Tipton.
Junior groomsmen were Hayden Birdwell and Dominic Tweed.
Crystal Landeck was wedding director.
The reception followed at Still Hollow Farm, where the barn was decorated with white draping and string lights, sunflowers, rustic centerpieces and burlap and lace on the tables.
The four-layer vanilla, chocolate and strawberry cake was decorated in a rustic theme with pinecones, twigs and deer antlers.
Servers were Amy Weems, Kelly Lamons, Karen France, Elaine Darnell and Katie Southerland.
Emma and Lily Southerland were bridal book attendants.
Reception director was Star Mays.
After a wedding trip to the Bahamas and Walt Disney World, the couple are living in Greene County.
She is employed as a nurse and nurse supervisor at Q-Care Medical.
He is employed in bridge maintenance at the Greene County Highway Department and is an auxiliary officer for the Town of Greeneville.