Wedding vows were exchanged by Anna Meredith Sebourn and David Ernest Engle at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, in the Clinton Presidential Center, officiated by the Rev. Brittany Richardson Watson of Highland Valley United Methodist Church.
The bride is the daughter of Karen and Robert Sebourn, 44 Plantation Acres Drive. Her grandparents are the late Meredith and Oley Rooker of Little Rock and the late Alberta and Maj. Albert Sebourn of Fort Smith.
Parents of the groom are Lynn and Ned Barnett of Las Vegas and Merle Engle of Alexander. His grandparents are the late Helen and Ernest Engle of Fort Scott, Kan., and the late Mabel and Harry Wittgrove of St. Louis.
Arrangements of dusty miller, ruscus, seeded eucalyptus berries and branches created a winter setting with a tree-lined aisle. On each side of the altar were two large globe candelabra filled with arrangements of mixed foliage, berries and branches.
The bride wore an organza and taffeta ball gown with sweetheart neckline and high-low hemline embellished with lace and textured flowers. She carried an all-white bouquet of wedding flowers.
Bridesmaids were Rebecca Campbell of Dallas; Bonnie Earleywine of Little Rock; Elizabeth Frels of Denver; Andrea Davis of Jacksonville, Fla.; and Kendra Wildschuetz of Conway. They wore midnight-blue one-shoulder gowns with draped bodices and shirred skirts, and each carried a large succulent with dusty miller and winter foliage.
Flower girls were Madalyn Bennett of Little Rock, cousin of the bride, and Carolina Davis of Jacksonville, Fla. Joseph Watson of Little Rock was ring bearer.
Groomsmen were Ryan Engle of Maumelle, brother of the groom; Stan Gover of Fayetteville; Jeremiah Schultz of Texarkana; Bret Dague of Little Rock; and Ryan Troglin of Louisville, Ky. Seating guests were Eric Sessions and Loddrick Farris, both of Little Rock; and Blake Alston of Fayetteville, cousin of the bride.
A reception, also at the center, followed the ceremony. Guest tables covered in a mix of silver and midnight-blue cloths were centered with silver cubes, which held the bridesmaids’ bouquets, or the ceremony trees and beaded candles.
The bride has a bachelor’s degree in art history from the University ofCentral Arkansas in Conway, and a master’s degree in art management from American University in Washington. She is a social media marketing and arts management consultant.
The groom has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in teaching from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He is a fourth-grade teacher in the Bentonville School District.
The couple will reside in Bentonville after a honeymoon in Scotland.
High Profile, Pages 43 on 12/29/2013
Print Headline: ANNA MEREDITH SEBOURN-DAVID ERNEST ENGLE