Hall-Burch wed June 23By Staff Reports Published 6:25pm Friday, July 26, 2013
Amanda Lynne Hall and Bradley Alan Burch of Tuscaloosa were married on June 23 in a double ring ceremony at the Foscue House in Demopolis. The Rev. Ed Pickel officiated the 4:30 p.m. outdoor ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams of Demopolis and Fred S. Hall of Northport. She is the granddaughter of Bette Hilbish of Demopolis, and the late Charles K. Hilbish Jr. formerly of Demopolis, the late Mildred Glass Hall Foxhall and Alton Foxhall, both formerly of Greensboro, and the late James C. Hall, formerly of Greensboro.
Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alan Burch of Tuscaloosa. The groom is the grandson of David Lee Burch and the late Linda Hatfield Burch of Tuscaloosa, and Frank J. Delbridge Jr. of Ralph and Hannelore Haas Delbridge of Tuscaloosa.
Given in marriage by her father and her step-father, the bride wore a stunning white strapless gown which featured a sweetheart neckline with ruching detail on the bodice, cascading ruffles flowing throughout the swiss dot tulle ball gown skirt and sweep train, with a coral ribbon sash, and carried a bouquet of coral and pink roses and white hydrangeas.
Natalie Ford of Tuscaloosa served as maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Audrey Patterson, sister of the bride, and Ashley Burch, sister of the groom, all wearing coral short dresses with ruffle detail, and each carried white hydrangeas.
Serving as flowergirls were the bride’s daughter, Sarah Taylor Pittman and the groom’s daughter, Emily Burch, wearing turquoise pillowcase dresses accented with coral embroidery and coral ribbon. The couple’s son, Jacob Burch served as sign-bearer.
Serving as best man was the groom’s brother, Brian Burch, of Tuscaloosa. Groomsmen were Sam Foster and Adam Johnston, both of Tuscaloosa.
A reception followed the wedding on the patio at the Foscue House.
After a trip to Chattanooga, Tenn., the couple is at home in Tuscaloosa.