Julianne L. Ford and Gregory Chase Gasaway were united in marriage on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012.


Julianne L. Ford and Gregory Chase Gasaway were united in marriage on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012.

Branson Barn in Dumas was the setting for the outdoor ceremony. Rev. Sammy Alverson officiated the double ring ceremony with Rev. David LeSieur, uncle of the bride, offering the prayer.

The bride is the daughter of Ronny and Angelique Ford of White Hall. The groom is the son of Lance L. Gasaway of Star City and Laura Womack Holthoff of Dumas. The brideís grandparents are Mr. Charles F. LeSieur of Pine Bluff and the late Billie Ann LeSieur and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Ford. The groomís grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Daida Womack of Star City and Mr. Clint Gasaway of Gould and the late Linda Lee Gasaway.

Looking stunning, the bride was escorted by her father wearing a strapless ivory mermaid silhouette dress with a rouched chiffon bodice and modified sweetheart neckline and made with an Alencon lace overlay and scalloped hemline. Her veil was a single layer shoulder length veil. The bride carried a cascading bouquet of fall flowers and cotton adorned with a linen and lace handkerchief carried by her mother on her wedding day, a ring of her Memeís and a broach of her Mamaw Fordís.

Kyndall Carder of Little Rock was maid of honor and Lindsey Dean Ollar of Pine Bluff was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jillian Stroud of White Hall, Lacy Hix Hall of Sheridan, and Heather Hathcock of Monticello. The bridesmaids wore a deep purple, floor length strapless wrap front chiffon dress and carried a hand-tied bouquet of orange marigold flowers.

The best man was Seth Tucker of Monticello. The groomsmen were John Curtis Jackson of Star City, Sage Gasaway, brother of the groom, of Star City, Clay Matthews of Cabot, and Ike Gilley of Dumas.

Ushers were Matt Ford, brother of the bride, of Pine Bluff, and Ryan Womack, cousin of the groom, of Star City. The flower girl was Eden Claire Ollar, and ring bearer was Silas Tucker.

Alisa Coffey of Little Rock was the harpist and Scott Grimes of Memphis, Tenn., was vocalist and guitarist.

Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Walnut Lake Country Club in Dumas, where guests enjoyed dancing the night away to the band, The Rockets, out of Little Rock.

A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groomís parents Friday at the Walnut Lake Country Club.

Following a honeymoon trip to St. Lucia, the couple will reside in Star City.