Rachel Bethany Guyette and Luke Alan Bell were joined in marriage on November 11, 2017 at Landmark Church in Montgomery. Pastor Buddy Bell, the groom’s father and senior paster at Landmark, officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. Bill and Pam Guyette and the groom is the son of Mr. Buddy and Stephanie Bell. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
Stepping away from tradition, the bride had her older brother’s (Bill and Jonathan Guyette) serve as “men of honor” instead of the traditional female friends and family. Bridesmaids included Lauren Guyette, Lindsey Starkie , Sarah Guyette, Payton Williams, Shailace Grant , Becca Reed, Adriann Ivey, Jennifer Felder, Hannah Guyette and Cosette Troidl.
The groom’s younger brother, Lincoln Bell served as best man and was joined by groomsmen Charlie Holt, Ben Starkie of New York, Jack Bell of Atlanta, Jay Dickens, Drake Favor, Parker Ward and Gair Bell all of Montgomery, Brian Pritchett of Lenanon, Tenn., Taylor Jones of Wake Forest, N.C., Tim Kellum of Birmingham and Heath Woodruff of Daytona Beach.
The bridal party also included flower girls Scarlet Guyette of Montgomery and Lyla Holt of Huntsville, both nieces of the couple as well as nephews William Guyette, George Starkie and Tays Holt serving as ring bearers.
The couple and their guests enjoyed a reception at the Capital City Club, flawlessly coordinated by the bride’s aunt, Kathy Reed. Southern Posies provided the flowers and Peggy McKinney created the delicious wedding cakes.
The bride and groom, along with their guests, enjoyed dancing the night away to the sounds of Big Bling and the Funk Machine and the photographs were captured by Nick Drollette Photography. The happy couple delighted in the speeches given by family members to help make their special day one to remember.
After a wedding trip to San Francisco and Yosemite National Park in California, the couple now resides in Montgomery.
The couple ended the night dancing with family and friends. Hava Nagila made the reception fun as well as served as another important part of their jewish celebration.
After a honeymoon to the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina, the couple now resides in Birmingham.