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Alexanderia Elizabeth Honeycutt-Saltsman and John Bruce “Chip” Saltsman Jr. were married on Feb. 17 in Scarritt-Bennett Center, Nashville.
Father Joseph McMahon of Nashville’s Christ the King Church officiated the small ceremony, consisting of only immediate family members.
The bride is the daughter of Ralph and Betty Honeycutt of Kingston. Her grandparents are Edward L. Johnson of Kingston and the late Margaret Johnson.
The groom is the son of Bruce and Elaine Saltsman of Nashville.
The bride wore a lace, Spanish-inspired dress and veil. The groom’s custom-made tuxedo included a pocket square made from the bride’s dress.
The flowers were English garden, with a cascading bouquet of purple dendrobium orchids, iris – the favorite flower of the bride’s late grandmother – purple and lavender stock, white ranunculus, caspia, genestra, lily grass, fresh lavender and tree fern.
The reception dinner was in the Hutton Hotel, Nashville.
A graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the bride is the owner and president of Honeycutt Strategies, a lobbying firm in Nashville.
The groom is a graduate of Christian Brothers University, and he is the owner and president of S&S Strategies, a political consulting firm in Nashville.
After a wedding trip to the French Polynesian island of Bora Bora, the couple is at home in Nashville with their dog, Splash, and cat, Noodle.