Jennifer Leann Wilson of Conway and Bryan Lynn Turley of Bryant were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Oct. 30 in a double-ring ceremony at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Morrilton officiated by the Rev. Charles Thessing of Morrilton.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wilson of Conway. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ruth Gordey and the late Mr. James Gordey of Melder, La., and Mrs. Hassie Wilson of Bunkie, La., and the late Mr. Richard Wilson.
The groom is the son of Larry Turley of Homer, La., and Peggy Turley of Little Rock. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Burcham of Benton, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turley Sr. of Little Rock.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore an ivory colored strapless satin gown featuring a fitted bodice of metallic embroidery, embellished with crystals, rocals, rhinestones and pearl colored beads. The A-line skirt and cathedral length train was embroidered in an intricate design. Her ivory fingertip veil had a metallic beaded edge of rhinestones that matched the detail of her gown. The bride’s bouquet of calla lilies, roses, leucodendron, bells of Ireland, lilies, golden stock, and hypericum berries was wrapped in ivory satin with pearl buttons and a family rosary.
The church showcased ferns, mums, white pumpkins, and arrangements of calla lilies, faith roses, bells of Ireland, baritone asiatic lilies, hypericum berries and mums. Candles in hurricane globes on iron stands were wrapped in fall leaves, berries, and fern green satin ribbon marked the main aisle of the church. Faith roses, hypericum berries, maple leaves and greenery in burlap wrapped cones tied with copper colored satin ribbon topped each pew.
Serving as maid of honor was Lacie Pacheco of North Little Rock. Bridesmaids were Kathryn Schenk of New York, Hannah Schwilling of Little Rock and Kristie Wakefield of Summerville, S.C., served as junior bridesmaid. All wore strapless, ruched dresses in fern green satin. They carried bouquets of lilies, roses, mums and hypericum berries tied in raffia.
Serving as flower girl was Lilli Hare of Conway.
Best man was Tory Smith of Texarkana, Texas. Groomsmen were Christopher Wilson, brother of the bride, and James Rector of Fayetteville. Ushers were Justin Schwilling and Heath Hearne. Ring bearer was Nathan Selles of Conway.
Presiding at the bride’s book was Jessica James of Benton and Cheryl Killough of Conway.
A reception was held at Hilton Garden Inn of Conway. The buffet table held a two-tier marble and iron display topped by an urn of lilies, bells of Ireland, roses, calla lilies, agonis, leucodendron and curly willow. The bride’s table was framed by iron columns holding swirling, hanging votive candle holders. Guest tables held live branches in large clear cylindrical vases filled with river rock. The branches held tea lights in hanging votive holders and candles in crackled glass votives surrounded each vase.
After a wedding trip to Eureka Springs, the couple is at home in Little Rock.