Peyton Lindsey Reves and Hunter Brian Treutel were united in marriage at 7:30 p.m., April 27, at the Cathedral of Saint Peter the Apostle. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Very Reverend Anthony Quyet.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ray Reves of Madison. She is the granddaughter of Peggy Childs Mitchell and the late Henry Cooper Mitchell of Louisville, and Louise Reves and the late Max Norris Reves of Jackson. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brian Treutel, of Bay Saint Louis. He is the grandson of Loislyn Scardino and the late A.J. Scardino, of Pass Christian, and David Treutel and the late Penelope Treutel of Bay Saint Louis.
Escorted by her father, the bride was attired in a sheer ivory A-line gown with beaded Ivory lace, featuring a plunging v neckline and a scalloped chapel length train. The gown featured three dimensional flowers embellished with bugle and diamanted beads hand placed on the laced skirt. A plunging v accentuated the back of the gown and crystal buttons added sparkle to the beadwork. The chapel length veil was trimmed in matching ivory lace and beads echoing the beadwork in the gown.
Complementing the bride’s ensemble was a bouquet of white hydrangeas, sweet Eskimo roses and silver dollars, wrapped with the lace sleeve of her mother’s wedding dress.
Attending as the maid of honor was Kirra Mariah Little. Bridesmaids included Wyeth Silber Augustine, Lauren Leiden Phillips, Jacqueline Gledhill Barnett, Haleigh Elizabeth Treutel, Callie Anne Grey, Falan Nichole McKnight, and Jacqueline Renee Niederman. The bridesmaids wore floor length charcoal sequin dresses with soft v neck and scalloped backs. The bouquets complemented the bridal bouquet.
Program attendants included Molly Mitchell, Isabella Scardino, and Gabriella Scardino, cousins of the bride and bridegroom.
Gregory Paul Stewart served as best man. Groomsmen included Adam Christopher Gachassin, Cooper Norris Reves, Parker Joseph Giroux, Christopher Paul Patterson, Jonathan Dylan Ray, Wilson Hunter Yerger, and the bridegroom’s father.
A selection of ceremonial music was presented by Frances Nelson on the church’s organ. Cantor for the ceremony was Kathleen Brandau. Randy Mitchell and Suzy Treutel Gachassin provided Scripture readings and Prayers of the Faithful.
A reception, hosted by the parents of the bride, was held at the Railroad District, where guests dined and danced to the music of Hunter Gibson and the Gators. The bride’s cake featured alternating layers of chocolate, strawberry, and almond. The cake was topped by a layer of Italian buttercream and decorated with white hydrangeas and pink Eskimo roses.
The bridegroom’s table featured several King Cakes decorated with Mardi Gras beads and featured photos of the couple at past Mardi Gras celebrations.
As the night concluded, the couple departed through a tunnel of sparklers held by the wedding guests.
On the eve of the wedding, the bridegroom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Mississippi Museum of Art.
After a wedding trip in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the couple is at home in Gluckstadt. The bride is a resident physician at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the bridegroom is a mechanical engineer for Taylor Power Systems in Clinton.