Elizabeth Erin Shultz and Anthony Michael Neeley were united in marriage April 21, 2007 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Fairhope. The Rev. Steven Williams offiated the traditional Catholic mass.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shultz of Fairhope. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Shultz of Greensburg, Pa., and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Dorgan of Mobile.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Banes of Decatur. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Boldin of Ardmore.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory strapless a-line gown made of French embroidered A’loncon lace on the bodice and bottom of the dress. The skirt was made of bustles and included a taupe colored sash. She also wore a matching lace fingertip veil. Wedding colors were taupe and champagne with hints of chocolate and teal in the decor.
Flowers for the bride and her attendants were large pine and white peonies and hydrangeas.
Maid of honor was Lindsey Neeley of Nashville, Tenn. Matron of honor was Rachel Taylor of Birmingham. Other attendants included the bride’s sisters, Terri Shultz of Birmingham, Jessica Shultz of Troy, Lauren Rockwell of Auburn, Allison Harris of Nashville, April Jackson of Vinemont, Nan Waldkirch of Nashville, and Breanna Smith of Sacramento, Calif.
Junior bridesmaids were Abbie, Emily and Megan Dye, all of Daphne. Flower girls were Emma Neeley of Trinity and Rachel Dye of Daphne.
Best men were the bridegroom’s brother, Alan Neeley of Trinity, and Jim Cofer of Florence. Groomsmen were Steven Sewell of Florence and Corey Robinson of Muscle Shoals.
Ring bearer was Will Neeley of Trinity.
Readers for the ceremony were Bryanna Potter of Warner Robbins, Ga., Catie Yeager of Fairhope, and Haley Bebee of Birmingham. Soloists were Steve Harmon and Marion Harmon of Fairhope, and Kim Doyle of Daphne. Altar server was Kayla Thomas of Fairhope.
A reception followed the ceremony at The Nix Center in Fairhope.
The couple resides in Florence where they are both employed by SCA Tissue.