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|Wedding Marks - Mason|
Kittye Danielle Marks and Frank O. Mason, III (Trey) were wed in a candelelight ceremony on Saturday, October 11, 2008, at six o'clock in the evening at Grace United Methodist Church in Natchez with the Reverend Diane Woodall officiating.
Parents of the couple are Byrnsie and Patricia Marks of Natchez and Frank and Dawanna Mason of Ferriday.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white bridal satin gown that featured a fitted bodice with sweetheart neckline and modified off-the-shoulder cap sleeves. The bodice was embellished with intricate beading detail that trailed the center of the chapel length train. The bride wore a tiara encrusted with pearls with a white fingertip illusion veil. The bridal bouquet was a cluster of white and orange sherbert roses with hint of purple and soft green baby hydrangeas wrapped with soft sheer green ribbon accent.
Melissa Marks Porter, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Nicky Marks, cousin of the bride, of Natchez; Mindy Murray, sister of the groom, of Ferriday; and Allison Daniels of Jackson. Bridesmen were Russ Marks, cousin of the groom, of Pearl, MS, and Emile Guedon of Churchill, MS. The bridesmaids wore two-piece gowns in aubergine with a band of palomino accent at the waist. The top was off the shoulder with sweetheart neckline and the ballgown skirt was gathered with soft tucks. The bridesmaids carried three graduated yellow calla lilies wrapped in variegated yellow/green leaves. The bridesmen wore solid black tuxes with black shirts and aubergine and black striped ties.
Serving as flower girl was Maddie Murray, niece of the groom, of Ferriday. She wore a white dress accented with aubergine sash with a wreath of greenery in her hair.
Program attendant was Zoe' Flattmann of Natchez. Wedding Director was Mrs. Virginia Salmon of Natchez.
Frank O. Mason, Jr. served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Will Moak, Wil Miller, and Lee Tarver, cousin of the groom, all of Ferriday; and Matthew Marks, brother of the bride of Natchez. The ushers for the ceremony were Noah Wilson of Ferriday and Lynn Loomis of Monroe. Hunter Keene, nephew of the groom, served as candlelighter for the ceremony. The ring bearer was Colby Longmire of Gloster, MS. The men of the wedding party were dressed in solid black tuxes with aubergine and black striped ties. The boutineers were fall greenery wrapped with purple wire.
Music for the ceremony was provided by pianist, Judy Mason and soloists, Shannon Longmire and Doug Yates.
A reception was held following the ceremony at the Natchez Community Center with entertainment provided by Easy Eddie and the Partyrockers. Assisting at the reception were special friends Tammye Dixey, Debbie Perry, Joyce Reeves, Cathy Womack, Sarah Womack, Kelly Robertson, Lisa Martin, Patty Blanton, Beth Marks, Genna Yelverton and Kim Johnson.
Following the honeymoon in Branson, MO, the couple is at home in Ferriday.
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