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Wisniewski wedding

Posted: March 12, 2014 - 9:47am
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Samuel Wisniewski
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Samuel Wisniewski

Jaclyn Kay Brown and Justin Samuel Wisniewski were married at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014, at Mayflower First Baptist Church, with Bro. David Fox of Mayflower and Bro. Jimmie Sheffield of North Little Rock officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Tina Brown and the late Stephen Brown of Mayflower. Her grandparents are Wanda Satterfield of Little Rock and the late Dwight Satterfield of Conway, and Jack Brown and the late Joy Ann Brown of Mayflower.

The groom is the son of Ronald and Sharon Wisniewski of Mayflower. His grandparents are Betty Wisniewski and the late John Wisniewski, and John and Elaine Jones, all of Bossier City, La.

Given in marriage by her grandfather Jack Brown and uncles Terry, Jeff, and Tracy Brown, the bride wore an ivory strapless mermaid gown of Venice lace in a floral design accented with scattered sequins and covered buttons in back. She completed the look with a rhinestone belt and ivory veil. She carried a broach bouquet crafted of white hydrangeas and broaches that belonged to the grandmothers of the bride and groom.

Leah Mahnken of North Little Rock served as her sister’s matron of honor. She wore a black, floor length jersey dress with keyhole neck and beaded waist.

Bridesmaids were Taylor Rodgers and Kristen Johnson of Mayflower, Ramie Harrison of Conway and Kaitlin Smith of Little Rock, all friends of the bride. They wore black evening dresses with floral detail along one shoulder and carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas.

Allison Mahnken, niece of the bride, served as the miniature bride. She wore a white, tea length, sleeveless dress accented with sequins in front and lace detail in back. She carried a bouquet of white and turquoise daisies.

Flower girls were Ella Kate Brown, Emerson Brown and Hadley Brown, all of Mayflower and cousins of the bride. All wore white sleeveless tea length dresses accented with a black sash.

Spencer Mahnken, nephew of the bride, and Zachary Ledbetter, of Vilonia and friend of the couple, served as ring bearers. Jake Ledbetter served as sign bearer.

Robert Hay of Conway, friend of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Jonathan Wisniewski of Conway, brother of the groom; Ronald Wisniewski of Mayflower, father of the groom; Toby Brown of Jackson, Tenn., cousin of the bride; and Robert Duvall of Mayflower, friend of the couple.

Candle lighters were Marissa Whiddon of Bossier City, La., and McKenna Cubley of Benton, La., cousins of the groom. They wore black, floor length chiffon dresses with ruffled back detail.

Scott and Suzie Talley of North Little Rock, friends of the couple, sang “When God Made You,” during the lighting of the unity candle.

Guests were seated by Tanner Brown of Conway, cousin of the bride, and Garrett Cubley of Benton, La., cousin of the groom.

Crystal Clay, friend of the couple, served as wedding coordinator, and her husband Randy Clay provided audio support during the ceremony.

A reception at the Mayflower Middle School Gymnasium followed the ceremony.

Tina George, friend of the couple, and Karen Trantham, cousin of the groom, served as hostesses.

Guests were served hors d’oeuvres, punch, coffee and cake. The beautiful, five tier wedding cake of traditional flavor was prepared by Tonya Miller of Mayflower, friend of the couple.

After a cruise to Mexico, the couple resides in Conway.

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