The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Grigsby of Marshall and the granddaughter of Harold and Naomi Grigsby, Madlyn and Charles Cale and the late Don Maley, all of Marshall. She is a 2005 graduate of Marshall High School and a 2008 graduate of Tyler Junior College Dental Hygiene Program. Madison is currently employed by Kitt Dental in Gresham and by Dr. John Adcock of Tyler.
The groom is the son of Ms. Ann Wiggins of Marshall and the late Craig Wiggins of Bastrop, La. He is the grandson of Grace Wiggins and the late Utah Wiggins of Bastrop, La., and the late Allen and Foye Brown of Opp, Ala. Justin is a 2002 graduate of Marshall High School and a 2005 graduate of Tyler Junior College. He is currently employed by Trinity Industries of Hallsville as a Logistics Supply Maintenance Coordinator.
Music was provided by pianist Rhonda Kilgore and vocalist Ricky Hall and Megan Kilgore. The bride and groom were married under a rustic arbor of branches with accents of flowers in keeping with the bride’s chosen color scheme of brown, orange, red and yellow. The arbor was flanked by iron candelabras and a wooden wagon filled with mums.
Given in marriage by her father, Brad Grigsby, the bride wore a taffeta lace halter gown with side drape. Beaded lace appliques adorned the bodice, skirt and chapel train. The bride carried a bouquet of orange circus roses, hand-tied with satin ribbon and accented with a crystal broach and a strand of pearls worn by the bride’s mother at her wedding.
The matron of honor was Summer Stone of Tyler. Maid of honor was Jessica Alder of Hallsville. The bridesmaids were Colby Holland of Elysian Fields, Jamie McMillan of Kilgore, Lindsey Herring of Tyler and Casey Walker of Bullard. Honorary bridesmaids were Morgan Grigsby and Meagan Grigsby, sisters of the bride. Lexi Holland served as the flower girl.
The attendants wore chocolate form fitting satin dresses with ruching detail. The flower girl wore a white adorable tiered ball gown, with a satin tank bodice featuring an organza 3D flower at the waist and a skirt featuring angelic tiers trimmed in satin. Each carried hand-tied bouquets of roses, gerbera daisies, dahlias and hypericum berries in the fall color scheme of brown, orange, red and yellow.
The Best man was Bradley Sooter of Marshall. The groomsmen were Nick David of Harleton, Austin Holland of Elysian Fields, Heath Walker of Bullard, Colin Brady of Marshall and Jerry Calderon of Marshall. Serving as ring bearer was Gunnar Davis, cousin of the bride. Each wore a latte colored Tuxedo with expresso tie and vest.
The reception was held at Marshall Visual Arts Center following the ceremony. Tables were decorated with wheat bundles tied with chocolate or orange satin ribbons and circles with votive candles. The rehearsal dinner was held at the home of Jim and Pam Lindley, uncle and aunt of the bride, and hosted by the groom’s mother, Ann Wiggins.
Following their wedding trip to Cozumel, the couple will make their home in the Marshall area.