Anne O’Neill Peavehouse – Aaron Mardis Carroll

Marriage vows were exchanged between Anne O’Neill Pevahouse and Aaron Mardis Carroll at 6 p.m., Saturday, September 9, at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church. Rev. Jay Clark officiated

Vicki and Dr. Joe Pivahouse of Little Rock are the bride’s parents. She is the granddaughter of Joe Peevahouse of Henderson, Tenn.

The groom’s parents are Meredith Carroll of Yazoo City, Miss., and Nan and Jason Spellings of Madison, Miss. His grandparents are Diane Spellings of Madison and Patricia and Penny Mardis of Yazoo City.

The altar is decorated with arrangements of white and light blue hydrangeas, limes, white ranunculus, tulips, roses and larkspur. The music was composed by the Arkansas Capital String Quartet, organist Sungyun Kim, and vocalist Kurt Thomas.

The bride walked down the aisle with her father wearing a strapless floral lace gown with a sweetheart bodice and a church-length train. Her cathedral-length and blush veil was decorated with matching lace. She was holding a bouquet of white tulips.

Serving as maid of honor was Spencer Pevahouse of Dallas, twin sister of the bride.

Bridesmaids were Abby Carroll of Jackson, Miss. Mary Grace Shepherd of Madison; Sarah Mahoney of Shreveport; Hannah Brashear of Park City, Utah; Natalie Lawrence and Jordan Pendergraft, both of Dallas; Katherine Foulkes of Birmingham, Ala.; Ivy Holder of Bay Springs, Miss; Annie Servin and Blakely Pond, both of New Orleans; and Bailey Edwards of Columbia, SC’s junior bridesmaid was Evelyn Spellings, also of Madison.

They wore blue and white floral gowns and carried small bouquets of white hydrangeas, roses and ranunculus.

Nathan Carroll of Nashville, Tennessee was best man. Groomsmen were Luke Rosetti, William Servin and David Hector, all of New Orleans; Andrew Trapani of Long Beach, Miss.; Landon Barraza of Houston; Denver Clinton of Memphis; Clifton Carroll Jackson. and Matt Carroll of Oxford, Miss. The new groomsman was George Spellings of Madison.

A reception was held at the Country Club of Little Rock. Long guest tables had lime green and ivory hydrangeas cascading down the floor. Round tables hold arrangements of hydrangeas, ranunculus, tulips and roses in round glass vases. The music was composed by the Jordan Kahn Orchestra of Dallas.

The bride earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi and her doctorate in dental surgery from Louisiana State University College of Dentistry. She is a general dentist.

The groom has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ole Miss and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of New Orleans. He is a credit analyst.

After honeymooning in Comporta, Portugal, the couple will live in Little Rock.

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