Wooley and Stewart wed at Northminster Baptist

Jean Marie Wooley and Adam Haguewood Stewart were wed April 24, at Northminster Baptist Church. The Rev. Charles E. Poole officiated the double ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Russell Wooley of Jackson. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hearne Stewart of Tupelo.

Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a white designer bridal gown. The silk tulle ballgown was created with a combination of hand cut Chantilly and Alencon lace appliques, featuring an illusion bateau neckline and natural waist. The back was finished with delicate lace buttons and cascading lace into a chapel length train. She wore an heirloom cathedral veil of silken illusion trimmed in Alencon lace passed down from her sisters. She carried a bouquet of solid white vendella roses wrapped with lace and beading from her mother’s wedding veil. The bride also wore a diamond bracelet passed down from the bridegroom’s family for four generations.

Matrons of honor were her sisters Kari Louise Wooley Vance and Laura Lee Wooley Russell. Bridesmaids were Louise Lamb Adams, Morgan Elizabeth Cox, Leslie Ann Dickinson, Mary Love Fair Koons, Natalie Poole Lasley, Victoria Ellen Ragland, Kathryn Janeanna Shell, Elizabeth Gates Wooley Skene and Dorothy Lyn Stewart. They wore gowns of silver silk chiffon accented by sweetheart necklines and flowing skirts. They carried hand-tied bouquets of cream garden roses and hydrangeas.

Honorary bridesmaids were Audrey Lynn Dickinson, Sara Scott Haguewood, Simmons Renee Haguewood, Laken Marchelle Hood and Amanda Marie Mitchell.


The bridegroom’s father was best man along with the bridegroom’s brother Benjamin Ray Stewart. Groomsmen were Clinton David Alford, Quitman Brent Baxter, Peyton Claybourne Beard, Dustin Cory Bridges, Matthew Dunagin Campbell, Robert Jared Cooper, Jordan Ray Faulkner, William Henry Humphries, James Hay Humphries, Reid Burke Strange, William Gibbons Bowe Travis and Daniel Rives Wynn.

Following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception at the Country Club of Jackson. On the eve of the wedding, the bridegroom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at The Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame followed by a “Post Toast” event. On the day of the wedding, family members honored the wedding guests with a brunch.

After a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple lives in Memphis, where they are both physical therapists affiliated with the Campbell Clinic.



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