Megan King of Clinton, Okla., served as maid of honor. Attendants were Micaela Suitor and Leah Gibson, of Clinton, and Kristin and Katie Penn, both of Nevada. Sarah Atha of Arnett, Okla., served as flowergirl.
Chase Scotten, of Nevada, served as best man. Groomsmen were Treis Scotten, Nevada, Mo., Matthew Cash, Springfield, Kevin Quinn, Lenexa, Kan., and Jared Atha, Clinton. Nolan Atha, of Dalhart, Texas, served as ring bearer.
Jenisa wore a white satin A-line strapless dress with a lilac sash. Her bridesmaids wore lilac halter tea-length dresses with a dark purple ribbon around their waists. All of the bridesmaids carried a single-stem star-gazer lily and the maid of honor carried three stems. The bride's bouquet was made up of eight bunched star-gazer lilies wrapped with silver ribbon.
Daniel and his groomsmen each wore a black tuxedo with a black shirt, silver vest, and silver tie with a lilac rose boutonniere.
A reception followed at the Frisco Center in Clinton.
The couple spent five nights aboard a Western Caribbean cruise to Progresso and Cozumel.
Jenisa is the 22-year-old daughter of Fred and Jeanette Atha, of Clinton, and the granddaughter of C.W. and Anniebelle Atha of Cheyenne, Okla., and J.W. and Ruth Small of Dacoma, Okla. She graduated from Clinton High School in 2005 and earned her Associate of Arts from Cottey College in 2007. She is currently attending Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kan.
Daniel is the 23 year-old son of Timothy and Becky Penn, Nevada. His grandparents are Leo and Lillian Penn, Nevada, and David Franz, Nevada. He graduated from Nevada High School in 2003 and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Central Missouri in 2006. He is currently studying history education at Pittsburg State University.