Morgan Chase Jeter and Thomas Edward Hannigan, IV were united in marriage on Saturday, July 30, 2016 in the Chapel of Memories on the Mississippi State University campus in Starkville.
Dr. Jack Bennett officiated the ceremony. Music was provided by special friends, Trista Smith on the piano and her daughter Mikayla Smith on the violin, of Corinth. The bride, a graduate of Alcorn Central High School and Mississippi State University, is the daughter of Rodney and Judy Jeter, of Corinth. Her grandparents are Agnes Shadburn of Corinth and the late Winfred E. Shadburn and Bertie Jeter of Ripley and the late Rev. Doc Jeter. Morgan is an elementary school teacher with the Starkville-Oktibbeha School System.
The groom, a graduate of Starkville High School, is the son of Thomas E. Hannigan, III of Starkville and the late Mary Frances Partridge Hannigan. His grandparents are the late Robert and Elizabeth Hannigan of Nettleton and the late Joseph and Elizabeth Partridge of Philadelphia, PA. Thomas is an employee of the Starkville Ford Company.
Attending the bride were Mary Coleman, of Quantico, VA., Andrea Hannigan, of Starkville, sisters of the groom and flower girls, Jordyn and Alizabeth Coleman, of Quantico, VA., nieces of the groom.
Attending the groom were Shawn Coleman, brother-in-law, of Quantico, VA., and Michael Berry of Starkville. Serving as honorary best man was Joseph Coleman, nephew, of Quantico, VA.
The reception was held at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Parrish Hall, Starkville. Rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s father at the Grill in downtown Starkville. The wedding cakes were prepared by Allison Shanabrough of Starkville. Refreshments at the reception were prepared by Lil Dooeys of Starkville and Annette Yancey, owner of Lola’s Cheesecake and Catering of Corinth. All flowers were designed by Monti King of Flowers by the Bunch in Starkville. Personalized cowbells were designed by Kcastwell of Columbus. A special thank you to Kim Roberts of Ann’s in Corinth for all her assistance. Capturing the memories of the day was Blake McCollum Photography of Amory.