St. Columba Cathedral provided the setting Aug. 4 as Jessica Marie Griswold and Jordan E. Zamary, both of Zanesville, Ohio, exchanged vows before the Rev. Joseph Zamary.
The noon wedding ceremony was followed by a reception at the Brentford House in Hubbard.
Parents of the couple are Gary and Maureen Griswold of Canfield and Edward and Scherl Zamary of Hubbard.
After an Alaskan cruise, the couple reside in Zanesville.
The bride wore a champagne-, ivory- and silver-colored gown with a V-shaped neckline, pearl encrusted spaghetti straps and a fit-and-flare silhouette. It was detailed with beaded lace applique on point d’esprit over a luxe satin gown and was accented with Swarovski crystals, pearls, beads and silver-backed sequins that adorned the bodice and train.
Maid of honor was Kaitlyn Griswold, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Katherine Ellis, the bride’s cousin; Allison Luthern; Allison Wilson; and Christina Sutton. Allison Griswold, the bride’s cousin, was junior bridesmaid. Flower girls were Isabella Kibler and Jaida James, cousins of the bride.
Attendants wore azalea-colored gowns, and flower girls wore iced pink.
The groom’s brother, Eric Zamary, performed the duties of best man. Groomsmen were Clayton Ruminski, the groom’s cousin; Justin Humenny; Jason Tingler; and Philip Szymanski. Junior groomsman was Andrew Griswold, the bride’s brother. The ring bearer was Jacob Kibler, the bride’s cousin.
The bride received a doctor of pharmacy degree from Duquesne University. She is a clinical pharmacist for Genesis Healthcare System, Zanesville.
The groom received a master’s degree in civil engineering from Ohio State University. He is construction engineer for Ohio Department of Transportation, Newark, Ohio.