Mary Morgan & Levi
Love by the Numbers
Some people use statistics in search of their perfect match, but in the case of Mary Morgan Baggett and Levi Primasing, it simply took meeting at a statistics class to put them in one another’s paths, proving that love isn’t about the numbers—unless the numbers are combining two hearts into one. With a bond that deepened even further over the next two years, when Levi proposed on a date night in August of 2017 by having their dog, Nellie, wear a sign that popped the question as he knelt behind her with a ring, the only statistical outcome was for Mary Morgan to happily say yes.
Just over a year later on October 13, 2018, wearing a white silk trumpet-style dress with floral lace detailing on the skirt and hair styled by Lindsey Parker at Lyndon’s Salon, Mary Morgan walked down the aisle at The Silo, where an expectant Levi waited to make her his wife. “The Silo had the most perfect space tucked away in the back for my dream outdoor ceremony,” says 22 year-old Mary Morgan, who, like Levi, works in the medical field. “The Silo itself is just breathtaking, so we didn’t even look at any other venue because I fell in love with it right away; and their staff was a dream to work with as we planned out the details of our day.”
Having exchanged their vows amidst the lush, rural setting and surrounded by floral arrangements created by J.Botanical—“One of the things about my wedding that I could talk all day about were my flowers!”—the newlyweds celebrated their union with their guests by feasting on a unique spread of food catered by Fire and Ice, offering a Cuban Slider station and baked potato bar as well as Bourbon Chicken Skewers, Avocado B.L.T bites, beer cheese dip, and a cheese and cracker display. “It was the most amazing food!” says Mary Morgan.
After dancing and dining, the couple cut into their cake, a three-tier mixture of vanilla and chocolate layers covered in simple white buttercream made by the talented pastry chefs at Joelle’s Bakery in Hopkinsville before escaping the crowd to divide back down into two—the two hearts that truly now were made one.
For more images from this VIP wedding, and many others, please visit our digital issue here.