Mullins, Davis marry Oct. 11 in outdoor ceremony
Published 12:00 am Monday, November 17, 2008
Justin Wayne Mullins and Lindsey Brooke Davis were married in an outdoor ceremony at 3 p.m. Oct. 11, 2008, in Saucier. The Rev. Kent Campbell officiated at the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Broderick and Regina Davis of Vicksburg. She is the granddaughter of J.B. and Betty Davis of Moundville, Ala., and Ellen Porter and the late J.C. Porter of Fosters, Ala.
The groom is the son of Mike and Linda Mullins of Saucier and Geri Mullins of Vega, Texas. He is the grandson of Gene and Doris Conner, the late Newton Mullins and Doris Reyher and the late Norman Reyher, all of Lamar, Colo.
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Mothers were seated to “Falling in Love.” Members of the wedding party entered to “Canon in D,” followed by “The Wedding Song” for the bride’s entrance. “Home to You” was played for the lighting of the unity candle. The recessional was Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March.”
Vows were exchanged under an iron arch built by the bride’s father. The area was decorated with greenery and fall flowers.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length, strapless gown. Pearls, sequins and crystals embellished the bodice and skirt’s edge. Her A-line skirt was accented with a hand-embroidered and beaded, truffle-colored sash.
Her veil, edged in pearls, was attached to a tiara.
The bride carried a bouquet of red roses handtied with pearls and white-silk ribbons entwined with her parents’ wedding bands. She wore her grandmother’s engagement ring.
Matron of honor was Ashley Glasz of New Orleans. Bridesmaids were Shea Nelson of Gulfport; Evelyn Parker of Vicksburg; Amanda Holliday of Clinton; Reba Currie of Kansas City, Mo.; and Leah Hudson of Alabaster, Ala.
The attendants wore tea-length, truffle-colored dresses with a crimson sash and crimson peek-a-boo skirt. They each carried a bouquet of red and white roses handtied with white-silk ribbon.
Ronny Anderson of Woodsboro, Texas, served as best man. Groomsmen were Jon Davis of Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Travis Mullins of Bremerton, Wash.; Bradley Mullins of Pueblo, Colo.; Will Carruth of Cottondale, Ala.; and Jeremy Nelson of Gulfport.
The bride’s mother wore a two-piece brown ensemble. The groom’s mother wore a two-piece crimson pantsuit.
Each mother carried a candle.
A reception followed outside the home of Mike and Linda Mullins under a tent trimmed in tulle, white lights and fall flowers.
The wedding cake, topped with a porcelain bride-and-groom figurine, was accented with truffle and crimson ribbons and white flowers.
The groom’s chocolate cake, surrounded by chocolate-dipped strawberries, was adorned on top with a hand-painted redfish.
Hostesses were Kristin Porter, Renee Deason, Sandra Fowler, Melissa Carruth, Ann Moore and Kay Smith.
Attending the bride’s book and memory table were Magen Carruth and Allison Fowler.
Guests were presented candy-bar favors by Abbey Fowler that featured monogrammed wrappers.
For a wedding trip, the couple traveled to Gatlinburg, Tenn.
They will make their home in McHenry, Miss.
The bride is employed with Awakenings PA, and the groom is employed with the Seabee Naval Base.
Out-of-state guests were from Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Colorado, Washington, Missouri and Georgia.
On the eve of the wedding, the groom’s father and stepmother hosted a rehearsal dinner in Saucier. Guests were treated to a slideshow presentation assembled by the bride and groom. The couple chose this time to present gifts to their attendants.
A bridesmaids’ luncheon was held the day before the wedding at The Shed in Gulfport.
The bride’s attendants honored her with a lingerie shower in McHenry following the rehearsal dinner.
The ladies of Woodlawn Baptist Church honored the bride with a miscellaneous shower.
The bride was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the home of David and Debbie Mills in Tuscaloosa. Hostesses were Nicole Dubose, Melissa Carruth, Shirley Cobb, Elizabeth Rice, Sandra Fowler, Ann Smelley, Pat Warren, Renee Deason, Amber Stephenson and Debbie Mills.
Ashley Glasz, Mary Gean Perry, Judy Forster and Jill Means hosted a kitchen shower at the Means home in Madison.