Wedding vows were exchanged by Hannah Joelle Cross and Jason Eric Osborne at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, at Sherwood Forest in Sherwood. Lisa Shoemake officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Lynn and Mickey Siler of Sheridan and Carol and Randy Cross of Fayetteville. Her grandparents are Clohie and Pat Cross of Fort Smith and Mary Frances and the late Joe Lynn Harper of Sheridan.
Tina and Wayne Osborne of Maumelle are the parents of the groom. His grandparents are Bonnie Fay Cummings and the late Terry Rudd, both of Maumelle, and Brenda K. Rudd and the late Mr. and Mrs. John Clarence Osborne, all of North Little Rock. He is the great-grandson of Geanie Wickliffe, also of North Little Rock.
Vows for the winter-themed wedding were exchanged in front of an arch decorated with metallic mesh and silvered berries and twigs. Spiral candelabra were on each side.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory strapless taffeta gown that extended to a chapel train and was embellished with rhinestones on the bodice. A silver rhinestone tiara secured her cathedral veil edged with turquoise ribbon. She carried a bouquet of blue and white tiger lilies, baby’s breath and orchids.
Serving as the bride’s honor attendants were her daughter, Haleigh Cross of Maumelle, and Jennifer Fairbanks of North Little Rock. Bridesmaids were Rebecca Clark of Sheridan, Candice Bailey of Conway and Amber Eller of Little Rock.
They wore strapless Malibu-blue gowns each with a gerbera daisy brooch pinned to the white satin sashes. They carried bouquets of blue gerbera daisies.
Flower girls were Alexia Fairbanks of North Little Rock and Melia Bailey of Conway.
Donald Rudd of North Little Rock served as best man. Groomsmen were Scott Via of North Little Rock, Philip McConn of Maumelle and Brian Johnson of Little Rock. Guests were seated by Justin Fairbanks and Marshall Prater, both of North Little Rock, and Adam Tidwell of Bee Branch.
A reception at Sherwood Forest followed the ceremony. Guest tables, with an overlay of Malibu-blue mesh ribbon, were centered with sprigs of silvered berries, silver beads and sequins with fishbowls holding floating rose-shaped candles. The buffet was decorated with topiary.
The bride is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith and has a bachelor’s degree in marketing. She is an inside sales district manager for Hewlett-Packard in Conway.
The groom is an assistant manager at Razorback Pizza in Maumelle.
After a honeymoon in Eureka Springs, the couple will live in Maumelle.
High Profile, Pages 46 on 01/19/2014
Print Headline: HANNAH JOELLE CROSS - JASON ERIC OSBORNE