Shuler-Gregory

Jennifer Mae Shuler of Cullowhee and Jason Neal Gregory of Sylva were united in marriage at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, at Sawyer Family Farmstead in Glenville.

The Rev. Carl Adams performed the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Charles and Evelyn Shuler of Cullowhee’s Caney Fork community, and is the granddaughter of the late A.B. and Rita Mae Shuler, and Ray and Suzie Melton of Tuckasegee’s Canada community.

The groom is the son of James Gregory and Shirley Wilkey of Sylva, and is the grandson of Ellen Wilkey of Sylva and the late Birchie Wilkey, and Mildred Parris of Addie and the late Ray Parris.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory satin and lace trumpet gown with cap sleeves and a chapel train. She wore a matching veil and carried a bouquet of sunflowers, daisies and baby’s breath.

Maids of honor were Jessica Shuler and Crystal Shuler of Cullowhee, sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Regina Owen of Tuckasegee, Shannon Johnson of Sylva, Cassandra Whitley of Albemarle and Laura Clark of Waynesville.

Flower girls were Susan and Sarah Carter of Six Mile, S.C., and Mattie Morgan of Tuckasegee. Ring bearers were Colton Clark of Waynesville and Ethan Stepp of Addie.

The groom’s father served as best man. Groomsmen were Ben Robinson, Michael Melton, Jeremy Ledbetter, Jason Sherrill and Lee Ashe, all of Sylva.

The bride is a 2004 graduate of Smoky Mountain High School and a 2008 graduate of Wingate University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in biology. She earned an associate’s degree in nursing in 2011 from Southwestern Community College and earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Western Carolina University in 2015. She is employed as a registered nurse at Haywood Regional Medical Center.

The groom is a 1999 graduate of SMHS, and a 2004 graduate of Haywood Community College, where he earned an associate’s degree in machining technology. He is employed as a machinist at Jackson Paper Manufacturing Co.

After a wedding cruise to Jamaica, the couple with make their home in Waynesville.