Well hi again, everyone!
Let’s give it up for one this amazing couple, who just so happen to be newlyweds. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. King!
Amber and Jim met through mutual friends and have been inseparable ever since. After about a year together, they got engaged in December 2014 and quickly began planning their wedding for February.
Their wedding was centered around the King name with lots of crown elements used in the design of the wedding. Amber actually send me a picture of a gorgeous custom necklace from Shelly Sanders (Three Moons Jewelry) in Oklahoma City, OK that Jim gave to Amber on the day they got their marriage license. It includes the crown design made by Collier Smith of Collier Smith Designs.
Amber’s engagement rings is a family heirloom and is absolutely beautiful in a vintage setting.
Their wedding day was incredible for a February day in Arkansas. It turned off to be very warm and was absolutely gorgeous. Jim and Amber’s friends and family were very important to their day and everyone pitched it to make it so wonderful.
Amber and Jim were such a fun couple and they were always having a good time with their friends and family.
Mt. Sequoyah is a beautiful location for a wedding and provided some wonderful backdrops for capturing their special day.
This amazing day would not have been possible without the help from:
Cake Maker: Harp’s Bakery – Cake Designer Rebecca Woodward – The designed actually took a Spanish love sonnet and repeated the poem free-hand on several layers of the wedding cake. They opted for serving multiple cakes with different flavors instead of having a themed grooms cake.
Wedding Dress: David’s Bridal
Caterer: The Garden Room
After a romantic getaway to New York City, Jim and Amber will be residing in Fayetteville.
I wish Jim and Amber many more years of love and happiness!!