Mrs. David Luna


David Jeremiah Luna and his bride, the former Meagan Lindy Grigsby were married at 6 p.m. Saturday, January 9, 2016, at Immanuel Baptist Church with Pastor Carlton Burris officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Brad and Dea Ann Grigsby and the granddaughter of Harold and Naomi Grigsby and Madlyn Maley Cale and the late Don Maley, all of Marshall. Meagan is a 2011 graduate of Tatum High School and 2015 graduate of Louisiana State University with a Bachelors Degree in Community Health. Meagan is currently employed as a teacher at East Texas Christian School and works PRN for Hospitality ER in Longview.

The groom is the son of Martin and Kelli Luna and the grandson of Maria Luna and the late Bernardo Luna and Ruby Simpson, all of Tatum. David is a 2011 graduate of Tatum High School. David is employed as a Welder-Fitter for Trinity Industries in Hallsville.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an elegant ivory tulle drop-waist gown with a beaded lace bodice, sweetheart neckline and ruffled skirt. The bride carried a bouquet of ivory Vendela roses wrapped in pearls.

The Matron of Honor was Jennifer Oakes of Cuero. She wore a floor length gown of pewter chiffon. Bridesmaids were Ashley Cross of Marshall, Whitney Phillips of White House, Paige Hall of Marshall, and Kaitlin Adair of Marshall. They each wore floor length gowns of navy chiffon and carried bouquets of ivory roses, anemones, lisianthus, silver brunia, thistle and seeded eucalyptus that were hand tied with ivory lace ribbon. Reading of scripture was done by Madison Wiggins and Morgan Grigsby, sisters of the bride. The flower girl was Grace Luna, sister of the groom. Carrying signs for the ceremony were Trinity and Zoey Luna, twin nieces of the groom, and Lane Wiggins, nephew of the bride.

The Best Man was Clayton Peterson of Tatum. The Groomsmen were Jacob Richardson of Kilgore, Travis Kolojaco of Tatum, Clint Cross of Marshall, and Chad Phillips of White House. The Ring bearer was Drake Williams, nephew of the bride.

A reception honoring the couple was hosted by the parents of the bride at the Marshall Visual Arts Center following the ceremony. Upon entering the reception hall, guests were greeted with a romantic and enchanting atmosphere of reflective lighting with soft twinkling lights and a d├ęcor which reflected the brides theme of Southern Elegance. The tables, all dressed in navy tablecloths, were decorated with lace, vases of pearls with floating candles, a variety of lanterns, romantic votives and simple but beautiful floral centerpieces. The menu of heavy hors doeuvres, to include a mashed potato bar, continued the theme of Southern Elegance and was beautifully presented. Dancing followed the grand entrance of the wedding party and the first dance of the bride and groom. The evening was crowned by a sparkler spectacular send-off of the couple.

The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the grooms parents, Martin and Kelli Luna. The dinner was held at the church on Friday night and was catered by Olive Garden, a favorite of the couple.

Following a cruise to Cozumel, the couple will make their home in Longview.

Special Thank You to: Just Between Friends Catering and Event Planning, Terri Pace, lifelong friend of the family, for floral design and utility player, Hilary Plemmons Photography, SaraAnn and Eric Smith Photo Booth/Video, Stephen and Stephanie Phelps DJ, Ashley Nutt Cross Wedding Cakes, and Ricky Hall for Sound and Music.