Miss Shannon Elizabeth Beaumont and Mr. Robert Bruce McMath of Little Rock were united in marriage on July 3, 2010, at An Enchanting Evening in Roland. 

The 7 p.m. ceremony was officiated by Mrs. Debbie Keith, godmother of the bride, from Oklahoma City.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pavan of Maumelle and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Beaumont of Woodbury, Minn. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Nancy Johnson Simpson and the late Mr. Roy Samuel Johnson of Benton, and Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Beaumont Jr. of Little Rock.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McMath and the late Mrs. Melanie Ann Moix McMath of Little Rock. He is the grandson of Mrs. Ruth Moix Daniels and the late Mr. Earnest Moix of Little Rock, Mrs. Jean Stevenson Healey and the late Mr. John A. Healey of Little Rock, and the late Governor and Mrs. Sidney Sanders McMath.

Lindsey Dixon Thompson served her sister as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jaime Swaty of Bryant; Jennie Fuller, sister of the bride, from Woodbury, Minn.; Mandy Stanton of North Little Rock; Alison Craddock Brunner of Sachse, Texas; Casey Moseley of Maumelle and Jennifer Albright Gooch of Little Rock. Flower girls were Maggie McMath, niece of the groom, from Little Rock and Sophia Tribell of Moscow, Russia.

Jon Patrick Tribell of Moscow, Russia served as best man. Groomsmen were Phillip McMath, brother of the groom; Ernest Moix, uncle of the groom; John Healey, cousin of the groom; Jessie James and Larry Connelley all of Little Rock; Carl Keller, cousin of the groom, from Fayetteville. 

Honorary groomsman and brother of the groom, was Sidney H. McMath, 2nd Lt., U.S. Army, Killeen, Texas. 

Ring bearer was James McMath, nephew of the groom, from Little Rock. 

Ushers were Jared Keith of Oklahoma City; Alex Pavan, brother of the bride, from Maumelle and Justin Kilpatrick of New Orleans.

Lyle Adams played Scottish wedding selections on bagpipes as the bride was escorted by her father. She wore an ivory gown of Shantung silk and tulle with a strapless notched pleated neckline. The bias band at the empire waist was accented with a crystal and pearl brooch. It had a double inverted pleated baby doll skirt with side pockets and a sweep train. She wore a two-tier veil of ivory bridal illusion. 

Diamond earrings and peep-toe heels completed her attire. She carried a large clutch of pink roses hand-tied with ivory ribbon embellished with pearls.

Entertainment for the reception was provided by D.J. Quinn Beacham, of Conway. 

The bride is a graduate of Conway High School. She received her bachelors of science degree in dance management from Oklahoma City University and a masters degree in early childhood education. The bride currently attends the University of Arkansas at Little Rock pursuing a gifted and talented certification. She will be a gifted and talented specialist at Jefferson Elementary School in Little Rock this fall.

The groom is a graduate of Catholic High School in Little Rock. He graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans with a bachelor’s of arts degree in history and a minor in political science. He is a senior ccompliance analyst with Trans America.

 The couple plans a honeymoon in St. Maarten Netherlands Antilles. They reside in Little Rock.