Miss Molly Kay Casharago Johnson of Gillett, Ark., and Mr. Logan Thomas Kucginski of Mountain Home, Ark., were united in marriage at 7 p.m. June 9, 2012, in a double-ring ceremony at Alda’s Magnolia Hill in Little Rock, officiated by Brian Moore of Benton, Ark.
The bride is the daughter of Dr. V.O. Johnson III and Mrs. Sue Johnson of Gillett. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dickens of Greenbrier and the late Mr. and Mrs. V.O. Johnson Jr. of Gould, Ark.
The groom is the son of Mr. Joel Kucginski and Mrs. Denise Kucginski of Mountain Home. He is the grandson of Ms. Judy Kucginski of Mountain Home and Mr. Raymond Frame of Moline, Kan.
The ceremony was decorated with two floral arrangements in monochromatic pink crystal chandeliers hanging over the altar.
Kasey Earl performed “Love Never Fails.”
The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a gown with a sweetheart neckline adorned with English cut crystals, a fitted ruched satin-faced chiffon bodice, that also featured a ruched natural waistline, an A-line skirt that was embellished with mago feathers and vertical satin-faced chiffon ruffles flowing into the chapel train. The dress was accented with a cathedral-length veil embellished with crystals.
Casey Happel of Midlothian, Texas, served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Abby Turner of Sherwood, Ark., Jennifer White of Stuttgart, Ark., Rachel Griffith of Greenwood, Ark., and Jenna Kucginski of Mountain Home. Each wore a black chiffon, one shouldered, empire waistline dress, and carried hand-tied mixed monochromatic pink flowers with punches of hot pink.
Ring bearer was Tucker Thompson of Mountain Home and flower girls were Mattie Beth and Rylie Jo Moore of Benton.
Best man was Zane Kaiser of Mountain Home. Groomsmen were Andrew Roberson of Conway, Cody Walker and Joey Woesch, both of Mountain Home, and Pete Johnson of Gillett.
Ushers were Jordan Hurst of Mountain Home, Jordan Henry of Greenbrier, Graham Cole of Garland, Texas, and Scott Nelson of Plano, Texas.
Presiding at the bride’s book were Felicia Antimo, Amy Berry, Alicia Haflich and Korrie Browning.
The mother of the bride wore a charcoal grey dress, a ruched chiffon bodice with crystal embellishment on one shoulder and the mother of the groom wore a beige dress with embellishment of gold metallic thread.
The wedding reception was also held at Alda’s Magnolia Hill. Table centerpieces were adorned with antique Ball jars filled with floral arrangements and vintage items.
Servers were from Catering Creations.
The evening ended with a fireworks display.
Mr. and Mrs. Kucginski took a wedding trip to Saint Lucia, and are currently residing in Memphis, Tenn.