BoBrook Farms in Roland was the setting for the Aug. 3 wedding of Elizabeth Ann Jones and John-Allen Wayne Jenkins. The Reverend John Yarbrough, grandfather of the bride, officiated. Given in marriage by her uncles, David and Mark Yarbrough, the bride wore a floor-length, A-line, strapless dress of ivory silk organza with cascading layers over a hoop skirt and a waist-length veil. She carried a bouquet of coral and peach garden roses with orange ranunculus, berries, lavender, dusty miller, and pink lizanthus.

Hannah Jones, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were friends of the bride; Kayla McAndrews of Arlington, Texas, Taylor Skinner of Hot Springs Village, Whitney Turk of Little Rock, Faith Alexander of Hot Springs, Kristie Ross of Colleyville, Texas; and sisters of the groom; Katherine Grant and Jessica Jenkins of North Little Rock. Ava Yarbrough of Plano, Texas, cousin of the bride, was the flower girl. Her attendants wore short pale peach dresses and cowboy boots.

Best man was Steve Jenkins of North Little Rock, father of the groom. Groomsmen were friends of the groom; Blake Gray, Blake Boone, and Cody Gray of North Little Rock, Garrett Hartman of Hot Springs, and Kolby Ball of Mariana; brother-in-law of the groom, Gary Grant of North Little Rock; brother of the bride, Joshua Jones of Grapevine, Texas. Hunter and Hayes Wallace of North Little Rock, cousins of the bride, were ushers. Ringbearers were Andrew and Nathan Yarbrough of Carrollton, Texas, cousins of the bride.

Parents of the bride are Lora Jones of Grapevine, Texas and the late Randy Jones. The groom is the son of Julie and Steve Jenkins of North Little Rock.

After a honeymoon cruise to Mexico, the couple will reside in Arkadelphia where they are both students at Ouachita Baptist University and he is employed by Jenkins Enterprises as a sales rep.