Lowe-Tubbs Wedding

Garrett Tubbs and Adriana Lowe, of Tuckerman, were wed Oct. 4, in a ceremony at Jacksonport.

The bank of the White River, at Jacksonport, was the setting for the October 4, 2020 wedding of Garrett Tubbs, son of Johnny and Lorrie Barker Tubbs, to Adriana Lowe, daughter of Frank and Cindi Emery Lowe of Tuckerman.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a stunning sleeveless white dress covered in lace and jewels. Her veil, which was 15 foot long, was carried by her cousin, Miss Katie Bennett of Grubbs.

Serving her cousin as Maid of Honor was Amanda Emery of Jonesboro. She wore a dusty blue sleeveless, floor length gown and was escorted by the groom’s brother, Stevie Jiles.

Bridesmaids were Lacey Summers, Chyanne Morris, and Catherine Halford. They all wore dusty pink, floor length gowns. The bridesmaids were ushered by Sky Summers, Kyle Cooprider, and Anthony Anderson, the best man. They all wore gray slacks, white button down shirts with dusty blue bow ties made by the bride’s cousin, Dylane Beard of Walnut Ridge.

Rowan Beard, cousin of the bride, honored the couple as their ring bearer. He was followed by Blake Summers carrying a sign that read, “Don’t worry, Ladies, I’m still single”

McKenzie and Maddie Kay Jiles served as flower girls.

Ushers were the brothers of the bride: Brett and Rhett Lowe, honorary brother: Coletun Foster, nephews of the groom: Ryder and Dawson Jiles, and Braelyn Odom, brother of the groom.

Officiating the ceremony was Michael Brumley, cousin of the bride.

Photographer for the event was Black Spectrum Photography-Erica Black.

A reception was held in the Jacksonport State Park Visitor Center.

The couple make their home in Tuckerman with their three dogs: Ruger, Emma, Libby and one cat: Chance.

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