Meridian Star


June 8, 2014

Jones, Makey

MERIDIAN —     Kristina Lynn Makey and Louis Baxter Jones, both of Jackson, were married on Saturday, April 5, 2014, at Central United Methodist Church, Meridian, with the Reverend John Branning officiating.

    Parents of the couple are Dr. and Mrs. David Arthur Makey of Meridian and Mr. and Mrs. William Baxter Jones of Jackson.

    Grandparents of the bride are the late Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace of Dublin, Ireland, and Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Robertson Makey of London, England.

    Grandparents of the bridegroom are the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Campassi Jr. of Clarksdale and Mrs. Samuel Beauchamp Thomas Jones Jr. and the late Mr. Jones of Meridian.

    A program of wedding music featuring Irish, English, Italian and French selections was presented by Barry Germany on piano and organ;  Emily Scalici and Laurin Conklin on violin;  Rose Rodgers on viola;  Ben Johnson on cello;  Susie Johnson on flute;  and Rich Gaddis on trumpet.  The vocalists were soprano Suzanne Cain and tenor Christopher Simmons.  

    Leigh Ainsworth Monroe served as the Reader.

    Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory French Alencon lace gown by Atlanta designer, Anne Barge. The strapless bodice had a sweetheart neckline.  Her waist was encircled with a champagne ribbon, which had a center appliqué of freshwater pearls and crystals.  The skirt flared at fingertip and swept to a chapel-length train.  A chapel-length veil of ivory illusion edged with co-ordinating lace completed her ensemble.

    Nicola Makey Frugé of Meridian and Caroline Makey Mauldin of Chicago, sisters of the bride, were matrons of honor. Sarah Semmes Ford of Jackson was maid of honor.

    Bridesmaids were Sally Kate Archer of New Orleans, Taylor Blaire Barham of New York, Margaret Lee Bobo of Memphis, Clansey Marinee Flautt of New Orleans, Francis Brett Ford of New Orleans, Ann Rainey Haltom of Dallas, Laura Kathryn House of Jackson, Aryn Jayne Kelly of Charlotte, Kelty Jones McLaurin, sister of the groom, of Jackson, Megan Michell McPherson of Memphis, Maris Cooper Mellon of Jackson and Alice Lynn Harper Taylor of Denver.

    Caroline Melissa Fruge of Meridian and Emma Katherine Mauldin of Chicago, nieces of the bride, served as flower girls. Sara Elizabeth Mauldin of Chicago and James David, Madeline Teresa and Richard Myron Makey of San Antonio, nieces and nephews of the bride, were flower petal babies.  

    The father of the bridegroom served as best man.

    Groomsmen were Stanley Ford of Baltimore, William Liddell Fuller of Jackson, Patrick Ryan Halligan of Cambridge, Andrew Michael Kehoe of Jackson, Ian Andrew Makey, brother of the bride, of San Antonio, Wallace Sigmon McLaurin, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, of Jackson, Patrick Nevins of Cheshire, Sohaib Qureshi of New Haven, John Win Shirley of New Orleans and Beau Sullivan of New York. Jay Alexander Fruge, nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer.

    Program attendants were Sara Michelle Bogosian of Pineville, Sunny Caliste Rush of Jackson and Mary Lela Valentine of Meridian. Laura Abney and Cay Wedgworth were wedding directors.

    The reception took place at MSU Riley Center.

    After a honeymoon in Playa del Carmen, Mexico the couple will reside in Jackson, where the bride will begin a residency in Obstetrics/Gynecology at the University Medical Center and the bridegroom will continue his residency in Orthopedics also at the University Medical Center.


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