The bride is the daughter of Connie Gatscher, of Nashville, and the late Phil Pearsall.
The groom is the son of Dr. Robert and Mrs. Kathy Greenberg, of Franklin.
The brother of the bride, Christopher “Critter” Pearsall, of Mt. Juliet, escorted and presented Ashley to Jeremy.
The radiant bride wore a Maggie Sottero Miela ivory gown adorned with crystal beads and pearls. A white fur stole with an ornate pearl broche embraced her shoulders. Her bouquet was made of assorted indigenous succulents, captivating coral and innocent white roses.
Haylee Morphew, of Nashville, and sister of the groom, Alissa Greenberg, of Nashville, were bridesmaids. They wore midnight blue gowns and camel mink stoles. Their bouquets were pristine white roses embellished with baby’s breath and lavender.
Alex Cortez, Jeremy’s brother and best man, presented the glass, which was broken at the end of the ceremony to which those gathered happily shouted, “Mazel Tov.”
Groomsmen were Dr. Felipe Serrano, of New York, and Dr. Stephen Chiu, of Chicago.
Dr. Robert Greenberg, father of the groom, officiated. Ashley and Jeremy exchanged romantic, heartfelt vows they had written for one another.
Harpist Christine Vivona performed elegant music, which included “A Thousand Years” for the procession. Later that evening, Ashley and Jeremy graced the dance floor to their song of choice “Life Is Better With You.”
Ashley Pearsall Greenberg graduated from the Jeanette C. Rudy School of Nursing at Cumberland University in Lebanon.
Dr. Jeremy Greenberg graduated from the University of Arizona Medical School in Phoenix, Ariz. He attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville for his residency.