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November 20, 2011

Followell, Mercer

MERIDIAN —     Lindsey Mercer of Enterprise and Kyle Followell of Meridian were married Friday, June 17, 2011, at DeSoto Baptist Church, with the Revs. Bob Followell and Ron Mercer officiating.

    Parents of the couple are Jeff Mercer and Angel Behl, and the Rev. Bob Followell and Janet Followell.

    Grandparents of the bride are Malcolm and Bunny Darnell and Ron and Ann Mercer, all of Meridian.

    Grandparents of the bridegroom are Don and Shirley Buth and Gertrude Kelly, all of Orlando, Fla.

    Music for the ceremony was provided by Chris and Amanda Randall of Enterprise.

    The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She wore an ivory fitted princess wedding dress with pearl and diamond beadery, followed by a mid-length train.

    Maids of honor were Bethany and Haley Mercer of Enterprise.

    Other attendants were Jessalyn Rozzell, Megan Lewis, Abby Lee, Emory Barksdale and Carmen Speed, all of Enterprise.

    Morgan Followell of Baton Rouge, La., was flower girl.

    Jeremy Followell of Baton Rouge and Dylan Cooper of Russell, were best men.

    Groomsmen were Matt Harbour of Damascus, Caleb Mercer and Alex Rosales, both of Enterprise, Zach Followell of Baton Rouge and Matthew Harris of Quitman.

    Ushers were Joshua Campbell of Meridian and Joshua Mercer of Brandon.

    Jaxon and Wyatt Hatcher of Meridian were ring bearers.

    Rice bag attendant was Lane Mercer. Program attendant was McKenzie Raley.

    A reception was held at the church's Family Life Center following the ceremony. Assisting at the reception were Melinda Darnell, Courtney Hatcher, Laura Campbell, Melody Mercer, Grace Mercer, Zoie Mercer, Liz Mercer, Anna Laura Campbell, Charity Followell and Jessica Followell.

    After a honeymoon in Gulf Shores, Ala., the couple resides in Shubuta.

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