Natalie King of Blue Ridge, Ga. and Brandon Moreland of Conway were united in marriage during a 2 p.m. ceremony May 9. The ceremony was held at the Blue Ridge Church of Christ in Blue Ridge, Ga. Danny Cline officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Wesley and Jennifer King of Blue Ridge Ga.

The groom is the son of Keith and Debbie Moreland of Conway.

The church was decorated with candles on stands with dark lilies on the ends of six pews. White satin bows with dark pink lilies adorned the front three pews for the family of the bride and groom. 

There was a large flower arrangement of dark pink lilies and pink astremerias over the baptistery. Two large ferns were on pillar stands and two lily arrangements on pillar stands adorned the front of the church. There was also a unity candle stand. 

David Crawford, uncle of the bride, arranged music for the ceremony. 

Nolan Kind of Blue Ridge, Ga., and Matthew McJunkins of Greenbrier were candle lighters and ushers for the ceremony. 

The bride, escorted by her father, wore an allure pure white halter style, A-line dress with sequins and beading top to bottom with a button up V-back. The dress had a chapel length train and she wore a two-tier veil with crystal beading with a crystal and pearl headpiece. Her jewelry consisted of teardrop earrings and carried a bouquet of dark pink lilies, cymbidium orchids, dark pink astremerias and white calla lilies. 

Matron of honor was Amie Wallis of Mabank, Texas. Bridesmaids were Blaze Chapman of Cabot, Katie Jarratt, cousin of the bride of Huntsville, Ala., and Olivia Crawford, cousin of the bride of Blue Ridge, Ga. 

They wore watermelon satin, cocktail dresses. Their bouquets consisted of dark pink lilies and dark pink astremerias. 

Flower girls were Lindsey Couch, cousin of the bride, of Hamilton, Ohio. 

The best man was Nathan Moreland, brother of the groom of Conway. Groomsmen were Caleb Shock, cousin of the groom of Vilonia, Landon Taylor of Jasper, Mo., and Luke Lemmons of Gurdon. 

A reception was held after the ceremony in the reception hall of the church.

Arrangements of dark pink lilies and white calla lilies with pink and white tablecloths and chair covers were used to decorate the hall. Pictures of the bride and groom were displayed for guests to see. 

Buffet style hors’dourves and a punch fountain were available for guests. 

The bride’s cake was a four-tier vanilla butter cream and fondant cake decorated like the bride’s dress with pearl beading around each tier with dark pink and white sugar lilies, calla lilies, orchids and astremerias with a swarvoski crystal and silver monogram "NMB" on the top.

The groom’s table was decorated with pictures of the groom trout fishing, a natural dried arrangement in an antique fishing bucket and a two-tiered chocolate cake with basket weave icing topped with a wooden hand carved trout. 

Servers for the ceremony were Hannah Moreland, sister of the groom of Conway and Anna Birchmore, cousin of the bride of Blue Ridge, Ga. 

After a wedding trip to Jamaica, the couple is at home in Johnson City, Tenn.