Wilson, Harshman marry June 25

Cori Wilson and Sheldon Harshman, both of Lake Ozark, Mo., were married June 25 at Horseshoe Bend Baptist Church in Lake Ozark. Chaplain Mary Ann Calta of the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mike Wilson of Clarinda, Iowa, and Polly Wilson of Pacific Junction, Iowa, and the granddaughter of Kenny and Leona Wilson.

The groom is the son of Frank and Jeanne Harshman of Cedar Point and the grandson of Russell and Norma Schwilling.

Matron of honor was Lindsay Sardou, sister of the groom. Bridesmaids were Erin Czarnick, Jessica Cooper and Angie Harrison, friends of the bride.

Best man was Andrew Weber, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Carl Williams, friend of the groom; Casey Wilson, brother of the bride; and Jared Sardou, brother-in-law of the groom.

Flower girl was Katie Luetkemeyer, friend of the bride. Ring bearer was “baby” Burt Harshman, cousin of the groom. Honorary flower girl was Savanna Sardou, niece of the couple.

Ushers were Sam Harshman, Brendan Harshman and Trenton Harshman, cousins of the groom.

Guestbook attendant was Katie Harshman, cousin of the groom.

Musicians were soloist Barb and Chaz Scarff, members of the church. String trio was provided by Joyful Sounds.

The bride wore a strapless A-line gown with a traditional corded lace design with sequins and pearls. The skirt featured a lace cut-out design with a chapel-length train. She wore a tiara of Swarovski crystals and an elbow-length veil with a satin-corded edge. She carried a bouquet of pink calla lilies, roses, sweet peas and hydrangeas designed by Erin Volante Floral & Event Design.

The rehearsal dinner was hosted by Frank and Jeanne Harshman at their home in Lake Ozark.

Following the ceremony, a reception dinner and dance was hosted by the groom’s parents at the Country Club Hotel and Spa.

Following a honeymoon to Jamaica, the couple resides at their new home in Lake Ozark.

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