December 31, 2022 // St. Ignatius Catholic Church, Reception at The Ezell House
Lexi describes her and Stuart’s classic New Year’s Eve wedding as “beyond perfect.” The day was inundated with sentimental touches that stemmed from the couple’s personalities and childhoods. The bride wore jewelry from her mother and her groom’s grandmother, and her bouquet included a bow from her mother’s wedding dress. The ceremony was celebrated at the parish where the bride attended elementary and middle school. The Ezell House, once owned by the groom’s family and home to his father’s law office, was the ideal reception venue. The couple commissioned a live painting from Melissa Munger to mark the occasion, which became a treasured token from the night. Ten minutes before midnight, the couple had a private “last dance” together prior to ringing in the new year.
Parents Of The Bride Mr. and Mrs. John W. Naughton; Ms. Tonya L. Gollotte Grandparents Of The Bride Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gollotte; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Yankie Parents Of The Groom Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Y. Luckie Grandparents Of The Groom Mr. and Mrs. Archie W. Luckie; Dr. and Mrs. Louis Naman Photographer Photography by Miranda Stallings, LLC; Courtney Marie x Photo Wedding Dress I Do Bridal & Formal Florist Rose Bud Flowers Hair and Makeup Chelsea Sharp; Elizabeth Sharp; Megan Layton Corley; Chandler Larsen Caterer Naman’s Catering Wedding Cake Lacy Lane Designs Band Jamell Richardson “The Gulf Coast Blues Boy” Wedding Planner Ginny McElhaney-Simmons