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December 25, 2011

Sellers, Kueven

MERIDIAN —     Jennifer Lee Kueven of Meridian and Cale Bradley Sellers of Birmingham, Ala., were married Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011, at First Presbyterian with Dr. Rhett G. Payne officiating.

    Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Brad Kueven of Meridian, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Earl Sellers of Purvis.

    Grandparents of the bride are the late Mr. and Mrs. John C. Quimby, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Kueven, all of Meridian.

    Grandparents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Palmer, and Mrs. Betty Sellers and the late Mr. Claude Sellers, all of Purvis.

    Music for the ceremony was provided by Dave Graeser, music director/guitarist; Mark Gunn, vocalist; Julie Martinez, violinist; and, Mamie Nobles, pianist/organist.

    The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father.

    She wore a drop-waist ball gown accented with hand-sewn beads and lace appliqués, edged in scalloped lace. Her floor-length veil was trimmed in rhinestones and beads.

    Matron of honor was Jo Nelle Brown of Collinsville.

    Maid of honor was Ashley Bartlett of Meridian.

    Other attendants were Barbara Fountain of Ocean Springs, Maggie Kueven of Boston, Mass., Nikki France of Starkville, Aimee Scribner of Starkville, Amber Grace Gray of Madison, and Sarah Smith of Northport, Ala.

    Jed Sellers of Purvis was best man.

    Groomsmen and ushers were Jason Gray of Madison, Jacob Smith of Purvis, BJ Dickens of Hattiesburg, Joshua Johns of Meridian, Forrest Toland of Picayune, Matthew Gray of Starkville, John Kueven of Boston, Mass., Daniel Brown of Meridian, and Kevin Moore of Jackson.

    Registry and program attendants were Sarah King and Elizabeth Pomierski.

    A reception was held at Meridian Little Theater following the ceremony.

    Wedding directors were Pam Rutherford and Melida Pa Herson.

    Proxy bride was Jennifer Sellers.

    After a honeymoon in the Bahamas, the couple resides in Birmingham.

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