Elizabeth Ruth Hutton and Cameron Michael Puckett were married Saturday, Aug. 10, 2013, at Central United Methodist Church, Knoxville.
The Rev. Joe Black officiated the 6 p.m. exchange of vows. Rev. Rayton Puckett, grandfather of the groom, assisted in the ceremony.
Music was provided by Dr. Charles Parham, organist; Carolyn Cottrell, pianist; and Helen Bryenton, violinist.
The bride is a daughter of Dave and Becky Hutton, Knoxville.
She is a granddaughter of the late A.C. and Lola Hutton; and the late George and Ruth Black.
The groom is a son of Stan and Kay Puckett, Greeneville.
He is a grandson of Norman and June Baker, Kingsport; and Rayton Puckett, Hillsville, Va., and the late Faith Puckett.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a full-length strapless ivory gown with a fit and flare silhouette, featuring English netting at the bodice, lace appliques over gold underlay, and a skirt that extended into a chapel-length train adorned with scalloped lace edging.
For the ceremony, the bride wore a matching fitted lace jacket with elbow-length sleeves, which was removed for the reception when she added an ivory satin sash appliqueed with Swarovski crystals
Matron of honor was Amanda Hughes Mauer.
Bridesmaids were Carling Puckett Achberger, sister of the groom; Brantley Bass Beeler; Hannah Helton; Jessica Bochat Kautz; Tracey Krieger McLaughlin; Ashley Seaver Mile; Natalie Robinson and Keri Stophel.
Honorary bridesmaids were Tyler Thurston Jeffrey, Sloane Philips Cogdill, Beverly May Miller, Julie Wichlinski Ricketts and Natalie Lester.
Stan Puckett, father of the groom, served as best man.
Groomsmen were Nick Achberger, Chris Woods, Chris Woolsey, Andrew Shibley, Chase Bailey, James Akins and Luke Chill.
Ushers were Luke Puckett and Wyatt Puckett, cousins of the groom; Anthony Montileone and Tim Wilhoit.
Following a reception at The Southern Depot in Knoxville’s “Old City,” the couple took a Mediterranean cruise.
The couple reside in Knoxville.