Badgett — Penn
Morgan Badgett and Taylor Penn, both of McKinney, were wed June 14 at the Katy Depot in Denison. Officiating was Jeremy Moore.
The bride is the daughter of Kim Badgett of Denison and the late Scott Badgett. Her grandparents are Betty Lutz of Sherman and the late Ralph Lutz and Jeanette Badgett of Sherman and the late Larry Badgett. She is a graduate of Denison High School and earned a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in food and nutrition in business and industry from Texas Woman’s University. She works as a nutritional counselor for Medifast in Garland.
The groom is the son of Lance and Dina Awe of Van Alstyne. His grandparents are Glynn and Bonnie Penn of Fort Worth, Jeri Boyce of Missouri and the late Don Awe. He is a graduate of Van Alstyne High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Austin College. He is employed as a coach and teacher for the Van Alstyne Independent School District.
Maid of honor was Allison Duncan. Bridesmaids were Jade Lopez, Emily Nunley, Katy Traczek, Melissa Fulenwider and Chelsey O’Brien.
Flower girl was Miles Ivy of Dallas and ring bearer was the bride’s cousin, Seth Scoggins, of Sherman.
Best man was Josh Alexander. Groomsmen were Jake Alexander, Harrison Awe, brother of the groom, Travis Zambiasi, Stewart Apgar and Casey Scoggins.
Ushers were Aaron Massie, cousin of the bride, Caden Vaughan, Jason Kent, Kevin Leonard, Chuck Hardwick and Jess Tillett.
Wedding music was provided by Melissa Fulenwider, soloist, and the Little Big Iron Band.
Wedding coordinator was Denise Brownfield and guest registrar was Hannah Massie, cousin of the bride.
A reception was held at the Katy Depot. Assisting were Mitzi Massie, the bride’s aunt, Denise Brownfield, Chef Robert Aranson and the staff of Willowood Ranch.
The couple resides in McKinney after a trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Pre-wedding events included: a shower hosted by Calvary Baptist Church; a shower hosted by Michelle Duncan, Glenna Godsey, Jan Brown, Denise Brownfield, Lily Lopez and Maralene Aldridge; a couple’s shower hosted by the Van Alstyne Independent School District; and a personal shower hosted by the maid of honor and bridesmaids.