Miss Mallori Allison Reynolds and Mr. Travis Wayne Kunkel, both of Greenbrier, were united in marriage in a double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. June 2, 2012, at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Greenbrier, officiated by Shawn Hammontree, also of Greenbrier.
The bride is the daughter of Terry and Lori Reynolds of Greenbrier. She is the granddaughter of Ed and Linda Hammontree, Lanna DeHart, and Raymond and Pam Reynolds, all of Greenbrier.
The groom is the son of Ken and Pam Kunkel of Greenbrier. He is the grandson of Pat and Dula Davis of Greenbrier, Reba and Arnold Kunkel of Evening Shade and the late Lena Kunkel.
The church was decorated with four white columns draped with black fabric, topped with four baskets of pink cascading petunias.
Rachel Powell performed "God Gave Me You," by Blake Shelton.
The bride was escorted by her father. She wore a fit and flair gown that featured layers of organza and feathers to create a fabulous skirt. The sweetheart neckline was embellished with lace appliqués that continued to the back of the dress. The fingertip veil was outlined in crystals and feathers. The bride carried a brooch bouquet.
Matron of honor was Natalie Havens of Greenbrier. She wore a black satin dress, complimented by fuschia shoes.
Maid of honor was Monique Berumen of Conway. Bridesmaids were Kim Burgin, Sarah Kunkel, sister of the groom, Sarah and Meredith Hammontree, cousins of the bride, Haley Reynolds, sister-in-law of the bride, and Zoe Boles, all of Greenbrier.
The bridesmaids wore black satin dresses, complimented by fuschia shoes. They carried bouquets of pink Gerbera daisies.
Ring bearers were Ryder Reynolds and Axel Havens, both of Greenbrier. Flower girls were Hannah and Ellie Duvall, both of Mayflower.
Best man was Josh Hart of Greenbrier. Groomsmen were Mitch Reynolds, Brett Hart, Mark Springer, Ryne Havens, Ryan Bernard, and Trey and Drew Miller.
Presiding at the bride’s book was Lacey Hartwick.
Ushers were Matthew Carter, Rustin and Kevin Reynolds, Bud Burchfield and Reese Hammontree.
The reception was held in Greenbrier at the home of the bride’s grandparents, Ed and Linda Hammontree.
The bride and groom’s cakes and wedding party were displayed under a large tent. The lawn was decorated with lights and lots of flowers and greenery.
Tables were scattered around the lawn for guests to enjoy a sit down meal catered by Jerry and Becky Atkinson of Greenbrier.
Guests enjoyed music by disc jockey Trey Miller. The dance floor was covered with a canopy of lights, and was definitely the hit of the evening.
The couple took a wedding trip to Ocho Rios, Jamaica.