The bride is the daughter of Mary Ann Justice and the late Chester Justice of Russellville. The groom is the son of Phillip and Vicky Bilyeu of Russellville and Bobby and Carolyn Goodman of Russellville.
The bride wore a white satin sundress with lace overlay. Her bouquet was made up of calla lilies, Aztec lilies and blue roses.
Maid of honor was Brenda Smock of Auburn. Bridesmaids were Debra King, Valerie Brown, Tresa Wilson and Rebecca Bilyeu, daughter of the groom, of Russellville. The junior bridesmaid was Victoria Bilyeu, daughter of the groom, and the flower girl was Rebecca Justice, niece of the bride, of Russellville. The guest register was kept by Katie Justice, niece of the bride, of Russellville.
The bridesmaids wore cornflower blue sundresses and carried white Aztec lilies. The junior bridesmaid and flower girl wore white sun dresses and carried white Aztec lilies.
The best man was Thomas Bilyeu, son of the groom. Groomsmen were Timmy Parrish, Jay Eberlin, and Phillip Roy Bilyeu, bother of the groom, all of Russellville, and Kevin Hall of Elkton.
Kim Long, Christy Bilyeu and Amanda Brown sang during the wedding.
A reception was held following the wedding at the American Legion with music by Kevin and Beverly Hall.
The wedding cake was a four-tier white cake with butter cream icing decorated with roses. The groom's cake was a chocolate cake with a Harley motorcycle and palm trees.
Beverly Hall and Belinda Givens were the servers at the reception.
The couple went on a honeymoon trip to Nashville.
The bride is employed at the Logan County Clerks Office and the groom is the owner of Clay's Auto Body.
The couple will reside in Russellville.