LITTLE ROCK Magnolia Hill was the setting at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 31, for the marriage of Ashley Nicole Wooten and Mark Adam Bingman. Stuart Cash of Pleasant Valley Church of Christ officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Lisa and Maj. Billy Wooten of Maumelle. She is the granddaughter of Elizabeth Gray of Little Rock, the late Bob Harvey of Douglasville, Ga., Patsy Singleton of Paragould and Fred Wooten of Hooker.
Mark and Kimberly Bingman of Maumelle are the parents of the groom. His grandparents are Pearl and Ralph Bingman of Dublin, Ohio, and Joanne and the late Carroll Leonard Jr. of Searcy.
Vows for the lakeside ceremony were exchanged under a lead-crystal chandelier suspended from an oak tree. Bendi Whitt, godmother of the bride, was a reader. Music was by guitarist and vocalist Shane Harvey, uncle of the bride. Guest book attendant was Callie Roberts of North Little Rock.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory silk-taffeta gown with a fitted ruched sweetheart bodice. Her asymmetrical tiered skirt was embellished at the waist with a crystal-encrusted embroidered sash that extended to a court-length train. She carried ivory roses encircled with baby’s breath.
Megan Landry of Maumelle was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mackenzie Reynolds and Amy Bingman, sister of the groom, both of Little Rock; Emily Burns of Searcy; Macy Martindale of Sheridan; Caitlin Davidson of Scott; and Rebecca Rutherford of Sherwood. They wore champagne satin strapless knee-length sheaths and carried soft pink roses and baby’s breath.
Best man was Blake Finnell of Little Rock. Groomsmen were Tyler Finnell and Chris Boatright, both of Little Rock; Tyler Thompson and Nathan Hicks, both of North Little Rock; Ashley Horne of Hot Springs; and Jordan Stills of Auburn, Ala. Guests were seated by Brad London and Tim Blansett, cousin of the groom, both of Searcy; and Chase Eubanks of North Little Rock.
Ring bearers were Conner and Peyton Morris of Dublin, cousins of the groom.
The buffet table at a reception, also at Magnolia Hill, was centered with stone urns filled with hydrangeas, pink and ivory roses, bear grass and curly willow.
The bride is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas in Conway and holds a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education and special education. She was on the dean’s list, a member of Kappa Delta Pi and president of Arkansas Student Council for Exceptional Children. She is a special education teacher at Sylvan Hills Elementary School.
The groom graduated from University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a bachelor’s degree in construction management and has his professional constructor certification. He is a project manager for Paramount Metal Systems.
After a wedding trip to St. Lucia, the couple will reside in Maumelle.
High Profile, Pages 45 on 04/08/2012
Print Headline: ASHLEY NICOLE WOOTEN MARK ADAM BINGMAN