Lisa Jacobs of Quitman and Erik Walley of Richton were married Saturday, Aug. 4, 2001, at Archusa Water Park with the Rev. Donald Campbell officiating.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Underwood of Quitman and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walley of Richton.
Grandparents of the bride are the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carney and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Underwood, all of Quitman.
Grandparents of the bridegroom are Bernice McCullough of Hattiesburg and the late Wanoch McCullough; Lilly Walley of Richton and the late Winfred Walley
Music for the ceremony was provided by Tony and Kim Volking.
Given in marriage by her parents and her son Tyler Jacobs, the bride was escorted by her father.
She wore a tea-length gown of ivory with off-the-shoulder sleeves and lace overlay. The bodice was sculptured with tiny beads and porcelain pearls, the bottom was also accented with lace and seeded pearls. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of porcelonia spray roses, blue delphium and alstrtomelia lilies accented with baby's breath and streaming ivy.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was Casey Parham of Hattiesburg.
Best man was Joe Boykin of Meridian. Other attendants included Dexter Jordan as ring bearer and Emily Owens serving as flower girl. Seed attendants were Jessie and Hunter Volking.
The bride chose to have a very unusual and unique wedding by having the bride and other female attendants attend barefoot.
A reception was held at Archusa Water Park following the ceremony. Assisting were John and Marie Volking and Sarah Crowe. Special out of town guests were Lee and Jill Underwood of Temple, Texas, and Joe and Kathy Brannon of Citronelle, Ala.
After a honeymoon trip to New Orleans, the couple resides in Quitman.