The bride is the daughter of the late Antoine “Tom George” and Ann Mosa. She is the granddaughter of the late Mathilda George and the late Stella and Frank Packer.
Pamalia graduated from Crowley High School before attending Southwest Louisiana Vocational-Technical School. She is currently employed by John-Pac/Louisiana Bag Company, where she has been for 39 years.
The groom is the son of the late Paul E. and Emma Swire Logue. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Swire and the late Mr. and Mrs. Adam Logue.
Ricky graduated from Lake Charles High School and is presently self-employed through Accurate Delivery logistics company.
Guests were ushered to their seats by Ashlyn Marceaux, godchild of the bride; Tailer Chavalier; Jayla Marceaux and Kayla Marceaux.
Musical selections for the ceremony were performed by Karen Schexnayder, Thaddius Nolan and Mike Magee. Gayla Evans graced the couple with her God-given talent on the piano.
The bride was escorted to the altar by her son, Thomas I. Mosa.
Pamalia was lovely in a dreamy full-length chiffon fairy tale princess gown. The fitted bodice featured a sweetheart neckline, lace-up corset back and custom-made pearl-embellished straps. The gown’s A-line silhouette was stylized by the five-tiered side-draped skirt that flowed into a chapel-length train. The dress was adorned in its entirety with metallic embroidery, crystals, beads and sequins.
In her hair, she wore a sparkling flower-motif clip enhanced with pearls and crystals.
Pamalia carried a hand-tied bouquet of chocolate calla lilies interspersed with peacock feathers.
For luck, the bride was outfitted with all four of the traditional items. Her mother’s watch was “something old” and her dress was “something new.” She wore diamond earrings as “something borrowed” and carried a blue crystal rosary, given to her by her son, as “something blue.”
Serving as bridal attendants were Maddison Marceaux, godchild of the bride; Delana Rouse, the bride’s “44-Friend;” Belinda Harrington, friend of the bride; Barbara Redding, sister of the bride; and Pauline Galvan, cousin of the bride.
In recognition of the strength and uniqueness of each woman serving as a bridesmaid, the bride had them select their own outfits suited to their individual styles. They were nevertheless united by all wearing the color black along with purple shawls.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of roses surrounded by chocolate calla lilies and peacock feathers.
Alayna Michelle Mosa, great-niece of the bride, served as flower girl. Alayna was a vision in a purple princess dress with a woven headband embellished with a purple flower on the side. She carried a basket decorated with purple calla lilies and scattered purple rose petals up the aisle.
Wyatt Stelly and David “DD” Delhomme, friends of the groom; Robert Yam, friend of the family; Conan Walton, step-son of the groom; and Jonathan Logue, son of the groom, stood as groomsmen.
Selected Scriptures were read by Christy Miller and Lisa Monticello, nieces of the groom.
Samantha Perez, godchild of the bride, read a special poem, “i carry your heart with me,” by E.E. Cummings.
Steven Perez, nephew of the bride, presided over a sand ceremony intended to symbolize the union of the bride’s and groom’s families. Mathilda Mosa Perez, sister of the bride, and Lorraine Logue Hoover, sister of the groom, performed the ceremony.
While the celebrants took communion, Thaddius Nolan performed an a cappella rendition of “The Lord’s Prayer.”
Following the ceremony, the wedding party and guests danced a “second line” to The Ballroom of Crowley for a reception in celebration of the newlywed couple.
The bride and groom, along with the bridal party, led the way. The train of Pamalia’s gown gathered so as to create a bustle effect, and she carried a parasol trimmed with feathers bearing the couple’s initials and wedding date.
A jazz band comprised of Mike Magee, Jimmy Higginbotham and Teddy Hebert followed, and the wedding guests brought up the rear.
The Ballroom was decorated by the bride’s friend Tess Snedecor with floral arrangements in peacock-feather hues of purple, blue and teal green.
Terry Guidry, friend of the bride, prepared the food for the reception.
The bride’s two-tiered buttercream cake was stunningly decorated with pearlized ivory icing embellished with lace appliques. The base of the cake and the riser separating the two tiers were adorned with sugar buttons and pearls. An exquisitely detailed pearlized peacock topped the cake. Its train of pearlized, gold-dusted tail feathers wrapped gently around the cake as it flowed to the base. Gold-dusted roses and leaves completed the intricate creation.
The groom’s cake was made of chocolate doberge and decorated with the Louisiana State University tiger eye logo.
Out-of-town guests traveled from Mississippi, Texas and various points throughout Louisiana.
On the evening prior to the wedding, the bride and groom hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Rice Palace, where guests enjoyed chicken and sausage gumbo.
Following a wedding cruise with 30 friends to Cozumel, Mexico, the newlyweds will reside in Crowley.