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Woodall, Tolbert wed Feb. 14
Teresa Lynne Woodall of Hartselle and Ricky James Tolbert of Hartselle were married Feb. 14 at 1 p.m. at Pattillo Street Church of God in Hartselle.
Minister Tim Herron officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Lida Woodall of Hartselle and the late Robert Lester "Bud" Woodall. The groom is the son of Lee Ree Hall of Hartselle and Mr. and Mrs. James Tolbert of Hartselle.
The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Ennis Waits.
The church was decorated with silk greenery interwoven with white lights and white bows. A white arch was decorated with live ivy and white wedding bells that hung from the center. Ficus trees adorned with white lights and white bows stood along each side of the arch.
The bride wore a long cream colored silk dress with lace overlay and pearl and sequin accents. Her bouquet featured a flowing arrangement of white lilies, greenery, baby's breath, and small white flowers.
Music was provided by Heather Maples, Kathy Phillips and Joyce Wright, all of Hartselle. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church's fellowship hall. The bride's table featured a two-layer white cake adorned by a heart-shaped cake topper. A vegetable tray, red and white heart-shaped mints, sausage and cheese balls, and cocktail sausages accompanied the cake. The centerpiece was a bride and groom ice sculpture adorned with live ivy and small white flowers.
The groom's table featured a heart-shaped chocolate cake, fruit tray, chocolate mints, ham rolls, pecans, chips and vegetable dip.
Assisting with the reception were Stacy Blackwood and Britney Ball, nieces of the bride, and Jennifer Harris, great niece of the bride.
Wedding coordinators were Dale Ball and Betty Waits, sisters of the bride.
Keeping the bride's book was Jamie Harris, great niece of the bride.
The couple honeymooned in Guntersville. They will reside in Hartselle.

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