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By Cary Jenkins

This article was published April 6, 2014 at 3:56 a.m.

Barbara Lagasse Day

Lagasse-Day wedding reception

Barbara Gregory Lagasse and Richard Gregory Day were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 29...

Barbara Gregory Lagasse and Richard Gregory Day were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 29, in Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church. The Rev. Jacob Lynn officiated.

Parents of the bride are Helen-Ann Hill of Little Rock and Richard Gregory Lagasse of Chester, Va. She is the granddaughter of Jane and Richard Lagasse of Conway and Barbara and Hiram Hill of Indianola, Miss.

Parents of the groom are Barbara and Richard Day of Jackson, Tenn. He is the grandson of the late Bernice Day and the late George Day, both of of Philadelphia, Miss., and the late Phyllis and Pacaud Bell of Jackson.

The altar held a large arrangement of pale pink roses, hydrangeas and gladiolas. Music was by organist Jim Maase, soloist Grace Jackson and the Jarboe String Quartet.

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a strapless fit and flare gown of lace with a cathedral train and a matching lace off-the-shoulder jacket. She carried a bouquet of pale pink roses and hydrangeas.

Matron of honor was Patricia Shouse Halvorson of Washington. Bridesmaids were Leslie Granger Agostinelli, Mackenzie Knight Taylor and Marissa Leigh Whitehouse,all of Jackson, Miss.; Laura Carrolyn Bryan, Margaret Manees Landfair and Megan Elizabeth McCain, all of Little Rock; and Elizabeth Singelton Sanders of Gulfport, Miss. Junior bridesmaid was Reagan Elisa Lagasse of Chester, sister of the bride.

They wore silver cocktail dresses with slim pleated skirts. The sleeveless bodices had natural waistlines and low backs embellished with a bow. They carried bouquets of pale pink hydrangeas.

Flower girl was Hannah Elizabeth Day of Little Rock, daughter of the groom. Ring bearer was John Robert Evans Jr. of Charlotte, N.C., nephew of the groom.

The father of the groom served as best man. Groomsmen were Michael Clay Bryan of Brandon, Miss.; William Scott Fortenberry of Chelsea, Ala.; Michael Earl Lang of Ridgeland, Miss.; Scott Harper Lindsay of Holly Springs, N.C.; Matthew Gregory Olson of Little Rock; Dr. Jonathan Wesley Shook of Hattiesburg, Miss.; and Daniel James Wray II of SandySprings, Ga. Guests were seated by Robert Rudolph Bryan of Dunwood, Ga.; Gregory Reid Lagasse of Chester, brother of the bride; and Joshua Lee Woodrome of Little Rock.

Guest tables at a reception in the Villa Marre were covered with white cloths and navy overlays and held centerpieces of pale pink flowers, lanterns, silver trays and candles. Music was by Blue Silk from Memphis. Assisting were Emma Hill and Gabrielle Hill of Highlands Ranch, Colo., cousins of the bride.

The bride has bachelor’s degrees in Spanish and economics from Mississippi State University in Starkville, where she was a member of Chi Omega. She received a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a juris doctorate from the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law. She is an account representative with JTS Financial Services.

The groom has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from MSU, where he was a member of Chi Epsilon and Kappa Sigma. He is an engineer with Cranford Construction Co.

The couple will live in Little Rock after a wedding trip to Curacao.

High Profile, Pages 44 on 04/06/2014




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