Lisa Ann Carvell became the bride of Jason Lynn Myers on Aug. 19 in a ceremony at Cornerstone Baptist Church. The double-ring nuptials were officiated by Bro. Phillip Rowland.
Miss Carvell is the daughter of Dena and the late Patrick Carvell.
Her husband is the son of Patricia Walling, and David Paul Myers.
Candlelight illuminated the sanctuary, with lace covered burlap cones holding a lilac rose and orange and ivory accent flowers accenting the pews. Family friend Cara Rhoady attended the guest register.
Lori Carvell, the bride’s aunt, and cousins Caleb and Rachel Carvell sang during the ceremony. “God Bless the Broken Road” was presented during the lighting of the unity candle.
The bride was escorted by her cousin Tom Holle. She chose an ivory sheath gown with cap sleeves and an intricate floral lace pattern. It was elegantly decorated with overall beading, pearl buttons and a flowing sweep train. Her veil was a one tier mid-length trimmed with beads and pearls, and she carried a bouquet of lilac roses with tropical floral accents. A special photo charm of her late father was also attached.
Jordana Cummings, a friend of the bride, from Paris served as the maid of honor. She was attired in a plum floor-length gown with cap sleeves and lace detail on the open back. A matching shawl and a bouquet similar to the bride’s completed her ensemble.
Izabelle Carvell, the bride’s niece, was the flower girl. She wore a white sleeveless lace A-line dress. A soft white ribbon sash tied in the back. Caleb Rhoady, a friend of the couple, was the ring bearer.
Heath Cruise served his friend as his best man. Brian Carvell, the bride’s brother, was the wedding usher.
A reception was held following the ceremony at The Vine Baptist Church given by the bride’s family. The reception hall featured a country-chic style, with lit rattan garland swags and various floral arrangements enhancing the facility. Guest tables were covered with either plum or ivory cloths, and were topped with lantern far tea light candles placed on a mirrored surface.
A double layer wedding cake was displayed on a wooden pedestal stand, with various flavors of cupcakes served in paper-lace holders. The groom’s cake was fashioned like an Atlanta Braves baseball, with a keepsake plaque saying “There’s no place like home.”
The new Mrs. Myers is a graduate of Henry County High School, and is employed at Pizza Hut. Her husband is a Warren County High School graduate, and is employed by ABM at Newell Brands. They are making their home in McMinnville.