The marriage of Jordan Danielle Mannon of Huntington, W.Va., daughter of Jeff and Rhonda Mannon of Huntington, to Travis Lyndon Nash of Prichard, W.Va., son of Bill and Gail Nash of Prichard, took place Saturday, June 2, at First Baptist Church of Ceredo.
The Rev. Rodney Hale officiated. Music was provided by Phyllis Jarrell.
The wedding colors were purple and champagne
The grandparents of the bride were Phil and Sandra Evans, and Paul Mannon.
Maid of Honor was Jordan Clarkson, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Ashley Miller, friend of the bride; Katelyn Nash, sister of the groom; Alisha Hughes, friend of the bride; and Molly Blatt, friend of the bride.
Best man was Chris Fine, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Joey Nash, brother of the groom; Seth Hauser, friend of the groom; Dylan Camden, friend of the groom; and Ben Bertsche, friend of the groom.
The ushers were Dylan Holland, cousin of the bride, and Nick Talarico, friend of the groom.
Flower girls were Lauren Holland, cousin of the bride, and Eden Wellman, cousin of the groom. Ring bearer was Evan Mannon, nephew of the bride.
The guest book attendant was Lakin Wellman, cousin of the groom, and the program attendant was Allison Wellman, cousin of the groom.
During the ceremony the couple had a memory candle lit by Jaclyn Mannon, sister of the bride. The memory candle was lit in honor of the couple's deceased grandparents Bob Holland, grandfather of the bride; Julia Mannon, grandmother of the bride; Normal Nash and Homer Wellman, grandfathers of the groom; and Wealtha Nash and Betty Wellman, grandmothers of the groom.
A reception was conducted at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena with Kim Mannon, aunt of the bride, and Valerie Holland, cousin of the bride, in assistance.
The bride graduated from Marshall University with a degree in Education. The groom attends the University Of Charleston School Of Pharmacy. The couple resides in Hurricane, W.Va.
The couple would like to thank everyone who helped them with the preparations for the wedding. They would also like to convey their appreciation to everyone who attended the wedding to celebrate with them on their special day.