St. Columba Cathedral was the setting for the noon wedding of Jordan Edward Zamary and his bride, the former Jessica Marie Griswold, on Aug. 4, 2012.
Father Joseph Zamary, the groom's great uncle, officiated the ceremony that united the daughter of Gary and Maureen Griswold of Canfield, and the son of Edward and Scherl Zamary of Hubbard.
A reception was held in their honor at the Brentford House in Hubbard that evening.
MR. AND MRS. JORDAN E. ZAMARY
The bride wore a champagne colored Casablanca gown with a V-shaped neckline, pearl encrusted spaghetti straps, and a fit and flare silhouette. It was detailed with beaded lace appliqu on Point D'Esprit over a Luxe Satin gown and accented with Swarovski crystals, pearls, beads, and silver backed sequins that richly adorned the bodice and train. She also wore a fingertip-length veil and a tiara. She carried a bouquet of hot pink roses.
Kaitlyn Griswold served as the maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids included Katherine Ellis of Hubbard; Allison Luthern of Columbus; Allison Wilson of Cleveland; and Christina Sutton of Johnstown, Pa. Allison Griswold of Canfield served as the junior bridesmaid. They wore azalea colored Jordan Bridal gowns and carried bouquets of pale pink roses. The flower girls were the bride's cousins Isabella Kibler of Streetsboro and Jaida James of Hubbard, who wore dresses in the color of ice pink. They carried hot pink pomander balls.
Serving as best man for his brother was Eric Zamary. Groomsmen included Clayton Ruminski of Hubbard; Justin Humenny of Columbus; Jason Tingler of New Jersey; and Philip Szymanski of Columbus. Andrew Griswold of Canfield served as the junior groomsman. The ring bearer duties were carried out by the bride's cousin, Jacob Kibler of Streetsboro.
The bride earned her doctorate degree in pharmacy from Duquesne University. She is employed as a clinical pharmacist for Genesis Healthcare System in Zanesville.
The groom received both his bachelor of science in civil engineering and his master of science in civil engineering degrees from The Ohio State University. He is employed by the Ohio Department of Transportation as a construction engineer.
After a honeymoon aboard an Alaskan cruise, they have made their home in Zanesville.