Beth Kathleen Hiett and Douglas Taylor Daniel were married on April 5, 2014, in a noon ceremony at Montgomery Bell State Park Acorn Lake Pavilion in Burns, Tennessee, with Dayne Geyer officiating.
Beth is the daughter of Pete and Peggy Hiett of Kingston Springs, Tennessee. She is the granddaughter of Jayne Hiett and the late Peter Hiett, Jr., of Kingston Springs, and Arlene Hurt and the late John J. Hurt of McEwen.
Doug is the son of Randy and Camilla Daniel of Tullahoma, Tennessee, and the grandson of Beverly T. Daniel and the late Doug Daniel of Tullahoma, and Nancy W. Silvertooth and the late Maurice Silvertooth of Winchester, Tennessee.
Attending as bridesmaids were the bride’s sisters Emily Lowery and Jennifer McMinn and friend Sarah Harmon. The bride’s niece, Talia Lowery, was flower girl.
The groom’s father served as Best Man. Groomsmen were his brother Ross Daniel and friend Brady Goodman.
Following the ceremony, a celebration honoring the couple was enjoyed at Acorn Lake Pavilion, with dinner catered by Montgomery Bell Restaurant. The wedding cake was custom made by Sarah Harmon.
The bride is a graduate of Harpeth High School and Mercer University College of Pharmacy of Atlanta, Georgia. She is a pharmacist at Lincoln County Hospital in Fayetteville, Tennessee. The groom is a graduate of Tullahoma High School and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is a physical therapist at Patrick Rehab-Wellness Center in Fayetteville, Tennessee.
After a honeymoon trip to Asheville, North Carolina, the couple is residing in Fayetteville, Tennessee.
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