Joseph Lee Jackson and Felicia Faye Mitchell were united Friday, Oct. 2, 2009, at Metcalfe Park in Kingman. Joseph proposed to Felicia on July 4, 2009, on their fifth-year anniversary. Felicia is the daughter of Grag and Irene Mitchell. She was given by her father and was walked down to Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel." She wore a ivory silk mermaid dress and her bouquet was an array of colorful flowers made for her by Joseph's stepmom, Melissa Jackson, who made all the flowers for the wedding. They both wrote their own vows.
Joseph is the son of Shelvy Jackson and Linda Fairfield. They both graduated from Kingman High School; Joseph graduated in 2003 and Felicia in 2005. They have a 6-month-old boy, Caleb Lee Jackson, who was born on April 22, 2009, in Kingman.
Felicia's wedding party consisted of Billi Blair, maid of honor; her older sister, Lindsie Walker; younger sister, Melissa Mitchell; sister-in-law, Lauren Mitchell; best friend, Cassi Sullivan; and sisters-in-law, Sarah Jackson and Courtney Jackson. Joseph's best man was his older brother, Josh Jackson. Groomsmen were best friends, Will Arradondo, Kris Blighton, Erik Mitchell, Cory Nutt, Jason Johnson and Bryon Gilburt. The flower girl was Angaliena Walker, niece of Felicia. Ring bearer was Triston Johnson, from Nebraska, the nephew of Felicia. The whole bridal party walked down to "Waiting on a Woman" by Brad Paisly. The service was conducted by pastor Brian Van Dike from Kingman Christian Church, where they attend. Their DJ was Jeremy Green.
Both Felicia and Joey could not have asked for a better wedding with all of their family and friends who were able to make it from out of town, as well as from different states, to witness the love they have for each other. They want to thank each and everyone for making this such a special occasion as well as a beautiful memory for both of them.