Ivy Faith Harris of Albany and Jay Christopher Chupp of Oxford were married June 7 at Gillionville Baptist Church, Albany with the Rev. Tim Chupp, father of the groom, officiating.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Douglas Harris of Albany and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lewis Harris and the late Bettye Beaver Harris. The groom is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Tim Chupp of Oxford and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Chupp and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Howard.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white one-piece strapless gown. The bodice featured a sweetheart neckline and hand-embroidered with crystals and silver thread. The embroidery was featured on the tulle skirt and trailed down the cathedral-length train. Her fingertip veil was embellished with crystals. She carried a bouquet of hot-pink gerbera daisies with white wildflowers and greenery and an antique linen handkerchief given to her by her grandmother, Mrs. Benita Evans.
Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Lindsey Giddens Stewart of Albany. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Rebekah Auman Long of Perry, Miss Ashley Brooke Duncan of Saraland, Ala., and Miss Hanna Mae Chupp and Miss Marcie Kay Chupp of Oxford, sisters of the groom.
Serving as best man was Mr. Peter Anthony Myers of Loganville. Groomsmen were Mr. Jaime Greene of Bainbridge, Mr. Matthew Christopher chupp of Newborn, cousin of the groom, Mr. Matthew Benjamin Stewart of Albany and Mr. Joseph Edward Fasier of Mill Valley, Calif.
Greeters were cousin of the groom Miss Cassie Lynn Chupp of Newborn, Mr. Ashley Long of Macon, cousin of the bride Miss Savanna Raine Harris of Mobile, Ala. And Mr. Travis Auman of Albany.
Music was provided by Mrs. Nicole Wasendorf of Rutledge on piano and Mrs. Mike Sauls of Albany and Miss Ashley Brooke Duncan of Saraland, Ala., as soloists.
The reception was held in the fellowship hall of Gillionville Baptist Church with music provided by Mrs. Merrie Beth Eubanks, harpist, and Mrs. Linda Williamson, violinist.
The couple honeymooned in Seattle Wash., and now reside in Albany where the bride is a Doctor of Veterinary medicine employed by Bush Animal Clinic and the groom is a contractor in the field of forestry and wildlife management.