Leslie Jennings Wall and Christopher Wilson Elliott were married Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 7 pm at Saint Michaels and All Angels in Dallas. The Reverend Dr. Robert S. Dannals officiated at the ceremony.
The reception followed afterwards at Northwood Club with a seated dinner and dancing with the Project Band.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Madison Wall of University Park. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Madison Wall of Albany, Georgia and the late Edwin Barker Leslie and the late Mary K. Leslie of Florida.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alan Elliott of Dallas, Texas. He is the grandson of Mrs. Hiram D. Elliott and Mrs. H.K. Wilson and the late Mr. H.K. Wilson and Mr. Hiram D. Elliott.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride an elegant gown designed by Amsale from Neiman Marcus. The silk Radzmir fit and flare gown was fashioned with a strapless neckline and exaggerated sash detail in the back. The full skirt fell from her natural waist which was adorned with a Swarovski crystal custom belt. Her chapel length train gracefully swept to the floor. She carried hand-tied flowers in a bouquet of White hydrangea, white roses, white mini callas, gardenia and peonies.
Assisting the bride was the maid of honor Melissa Sue Larsen. Her bridesmaids were Meredith Leigh Baker, Margery Katherine Baker, Sarah Hutchison Eickernhorst, and Bayly Burr Richardson.
The Best man was Austin Lee McDaniel and the groomsmen included Jordan Lee English, David Mark Godvin, James Kyle Harger and Zachery Sage Knight.
The bride graduated from Texas Tech University and she was a member Delta Delta Delta and received a bachelor of Nutritional Sciences. Leslie is currently working as an account executive with the Kathy Wall State Farm Agency in University Park.
The groom received a bachelor of science in Finance from Pepperdine University. Chris is currently employed with Alix partners.
After a honeymoon in Singapore and Thailand the couple now resides in Dallas, Texas.
Published in the Dallas Morning News on May 18, 2014