Thursday, December 7, 2006
Boone-Logue vows said September 23rd at First Baptist Church
Jonathan Larry Boone and Amanda Candace Logue were married at 4 p.m. Sept. 23, 2006 at First Baptist Church, Vicksburg. Dr. Matt Buckles officiated at the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Candace Logue and Michael Logue of Vicksburg. She is the granddaughter of Lucille Logue and the late Harold Logue of Vicksburg and James (Bud) Holbrook and the late Billie Maxey Holbrook of Holly Springs.
The groom is the son of Larry and Janice Boone of Poplarville. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Boone of Poplarville and Mrs. Verna LeMunyun and the late Teddy Marcus LeMunyun of Picayune.
Entry doors to the church held arrangements of tulle bows and hydrangea. The altar was decorated in garden style with fall mums and greenery arranged in groupings around tall white columns to frame the bridal couple. An urn of fall flowers, lilies, chrysanthemums and hydrangea graced the front of the altar. Satin ribbons with fall leaves accented the family pews.
A program of nuptial music was presented by Jennifer Tillotson, organist/pianist; Elias Arredondo, trumpeter; and Hardy Farris, guitarist. Prelude selections included a special arrangement of “Jesus Loves Me.” Solos were performed by Susan Fitzgerald who sang “Surely the Presence” and “Morning Has Broken” and Jim Hess who sang “The Lord’s Prayer.”
Mothers and grandparents were seated to “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring.” The processional was “Canon in D” followed by “Trumpet Voluntary” for the bride’s entrance. The recessional was “The Wedding March.”
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a sleeveless, designer gown of light gold satin. The bodice was fitted with scooped neckline and featured dramatic Swarovski crystal beading and intricate embroidery detail. The ballroom skirt featured corded crystal and lace appliques at the bustled back. The train was chapel length. Her classic style veil was ivory silk illusion, edged with delicate Swarovski crystals.
The bride carried a round, hand-tied bouquet of all yellow and orange roses, accented with wax flower and fall foliage. The handle was wrapped in double-sided antique ivory satin ribbon and accented with pearls. An embroidered handkerchief which had belonged to her maternal grandmother was tucked inside the bouquet.
Maid of honor was Arielle McNeill of Greenville, cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Megan Dilley of Brandon, Lindsey Howell of Clinton, Amanda Seals of Carriere, and Jennifer Todd of Oakland.
The attendants wore chiffon tea-length dresses in espresso that featured double spaghetti straps with cross-over v-neckline and ruching on the bodice. The waistline was accentuated with a dropped scarf held with a crystal pin, a gift from the bride.
Each attendant carried a bouquet of blue hydrangeas, tied with mocha satin ribbon. The flower girl was Peyton Rushton, daughter of Rob and Shaw Rushton. She wore a floor length dress in deep ivory with a full skirt and scalloped hem and a halo of tiny yellow wax flowers with a trailing mocha ribbon in her hair. Peyton carried a wicker basket accented with antique gold ribbon and filled with orange rose petals.
The groom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Ryan Seals of Carriere, Adam Logue of Vicksburg, Jacob Rennick of Clinton, and Andy Ashley of Jacksonville, Fla. Ross Whitfield of Picayune, cousin of the groom, served as ring bearer. He carried a satin pillow accented with gold satin ribbon. His black tux with expresso vest and tie mirrored those of the groomsmen.
Mike Burnett, Bruce Lee, Michael Harden, Keith Matthews and Randy Shelton greeted guests and distributed programs.
Escorted by son Adam Logue, the bride’s mother wore a peacock blue satin gown. The bodice was accented with delicate embroidery and crystal beading. Her sheer fitted jacket had three-quarter length sleeves.
The mother of the groom chose an ankle-length antique ivory crocheted gown with muted fall flowers and sprinkled with sequins.
Both mothers carried nosegays in silver tussies featuring lilies and roses accented with golden aster.
The bride and groom arrived at the Cedar Grove Mansion for the reception in a horse drawn carriage. They treated the ring bearer and flower girl to a ride with them from the church.
The bride’s cake was a four tiered confection covered in butter cream frosting. Each layer was encircled with fresh fall mixed flowers in oranges, blues and yellows with touches of gold. The table was covered in white linen and blue satin topped with an ivory satin sash encrusted with crystals and beads.
The groom’s cake was three tiers of rich chocolate decorated with fresh chocolate dipped strawberries. The table, covered with espresso linen and overlaid with blue satin, held photos and memorabelia illustrating the groom’s interests.
The couple traveled to San Antonio, Texas. for a wedding trip.
They will make their home in Vicksburg where the bride is a kindergarten teacher at Beechwood Elementary and the groom is an engineer with Vicksburg District Corps of Engineers.
Out-of-town guests were from Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, New York, Texas, and various areas in Mississippi.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Boone hosted a rehearsal dinner for members of the wedding party, out-of-town guests, and family at Cedar Grove Mansion. The bride and groom chose this time to present gifts of thanks to the wedding party.
The bride, mother of the bride, mother of the groom and bridesmaids were treated to an informal brunch at Linda and Company Salon and Spa as they prepared for the wedding. The brunch was prepared and served by Dorothy Arnold, Carol Jamison and Nellie Hopson.
The couple was honored with an engagement celebration and announcement party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harden in Clinton. Assisting in hosting were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Al Cofrancesco, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Shelton.
A miscellaneous shower was held at First Baptist Church. Hostesses were Georganne Swillie, Lisa Ingram, Shaw Rushton, Donna Markle, Johnnie Marshall, Gail Rhett, Lori Edney, Janet Holland, Jennifer Tillotson, Laura Bunch, Karen Godfrey and Susan Fitzgerald.
A bridal shower was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Williams in Poplarville. The hostesses were Joyce Williams, Alaina Breland, Emily Carlisle, Pat Farmer, Beth Magee, Julie Ray, Barbara Smith, Sherri Lawley, Melanie Davis and Anna Anthony.
A cookout honoring the couple was hosted by employees of the ACME section of the Corps of Engineers. It was held at the home of Randy and Ellen McAlpin.
Kay Chaney, Judy Williams, Carol Ann Oakman, Debbie Freeman, Rhonda Wolfe, Alice Shelton, Susan McKinnie and Amy Robinson hosted a linen shower for the bride at the Chaney home.
Kindergarten teachers and assistants at Beechwood Elementary hosted a miscellaneous shower for the bride.
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