Claudia MaLynn Jaynes, of Mosheim, and Kevin Wood Smith, of Greeneville, were married July 20, 2019.
The Rev. Brad Hyde officiated the 6 p.m. ceremony at The Homeplace.
The bride is the daughter of Jeff and Tammy Jaynes, of Mosheim.
The groom is the son of Woody and Teresa Smith, of Greeneville.
For the outdoor ceremony, decor included cathedral windows, fresh peonies, roses, wisteria, ivy, eucalyptus and ranunculus, moss-covered wooden stumps and ferns.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a romantic enchanted-lace gown with intricate detailing and a sheer and lace train. Her lace mantilla veil was edged with rhinestones and lace. She carried a bouquet of burgundy peonies, sand roses, succulents, eucalyptus and amaranthus.
The maid of honor was Carrie Smith, of Greeneville.
Bridesmaids were Emily Helton, of Rogersville; the bride’s cousin, Taylor Coakley Shuffler, of Greeneville; and the bride’s niece, Emma Barkley, of Greeneville.
The attendants wore burgundy, off-the-shoulder, floor-length gowns.
Emma Bible, of Mosheim, was the flower girl. Zane Bible and Miles Bible, of Mosheim, were the ring bearers.
The best man was Derek Bowman, of Greeneville.
Groomsmen were Willie Gott, of Greeneville; Logan Jacobs, of Seattle, Washington; and Ben Barkley, of Greeneville.
Ushers were Tristan Coakley and Colby Coakley, of Greeneville.
The mother of the bride wore a black, sheer gown with a rhinestone keyhole. The mother of the groom wore a champagne, floor-length gown. Their corsages included sand roses with succulents.
Music during the ceremony was provided by vocalists Jessica Smith and Lori Barkley, of Greeneville.
Deanna Coakley, of Greeneville, was wedding and reception director.
The reception followed at The Homeplace, where a three-layer naked cake adorned with amaranthus, eucalyptus, succulents, peonies and coffee berries, decorated in an enchanted woodland theme, was served.
The groom’s cake was styled as a Fender guitar pick.
Servers were Ginger Lister, Jack Lister, Kallie Lister and Mrs. Shaw, of Greeneville.
The bridal book attendant was Aaron Ball, of Greeneville.
Prenuptial parties included a shower by Flowers by Tammy; a shower by Stella Coakley, Nelle Jaynes, Deanna Coakley and Tammy Jaynes; showers by Doak pre-kindergarten and teachers; a luau hosted byTelamon teachers and students, a shower by siblings Jessica Smith, Lori Barkley, Gregg Barkley, Davey and Jamie Fellers; a shower by Peggy Byrd and Jackie Neas; a shower by Taylor Shuffler; and a bridal brunch by Leeanne Shelton.
After a wedding trip to Hawaii, the Smiths are living in Mosheim.
Mrs. Smith is a teacher at Ottway Elementary School.
Mr. Smith is employed by Forward Air in the Collections Department.