SALINE WEDDING Hampel, Quinn wed at Cold Springs Events
Natalie Hampel and Nicholas Quinn, both of Benton, exchanged wedding vows in a double-ring ceremony June 15 at Cold Springs Events in Paron.
The ceremony was officiated by Clay Cunningham, Family & Next Generation pastor.
The bride is the daughter of Shelly and Tim Hampel of Benton. She is the granddaughter of Edna Faye and Charles Caradine, of Benton, and the late Betty Jo and
She is a 2014 graduate of Benton High School and a 2019 graduate of Ouachita Baptist University. Currently, she is a senior at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Nursing.
The groom is the son of Jodi and Steve Quinn, of Benton, and grandson of Frances Kay Murray, also of Benton, and the late Coy Jean and Perry Quinn and Joe Murray.
He is a 2015 graduate of Benton High School and a 2019 graduate of Ouachita Baptist University. He currently works as worship and music associate at First Baptist Church of Benton.
Serving as maid of honor was Lucy White of Benton.
Matron of honor was Kaylie Bentley of North
Bridesmaids were Hannah Daniel, Taylor Dooly and Julie Feimster, all of Little Rock, and Laura Beth Dixon, Hannah Grant and Hillary Branham, all of Benton.
Serving as best man was Chandler Ferrell of White Hall.
Groomsmen were Cole Jester, Jake Edmondson, Troy Quinn, and Steven Hampel, all of Benton,
Eric Bentley, of North
Little Rock, Matt Savage, of Arkadelphia, and Davis Wadley of Batesville.
Flower girls were Perri Grant, Madelyn Hamilton and Oliva Hamilton, all of Benton. Ring bearer was Hudson Grant of Benton.
House party included Sarah Bryant, of Maumelle, and Abby Roberts of Cabot.
Ushers were Ancil Lea, of Conway, and Sykes Martin of Sheridan.
Music for the ceremony was provided by Abigail Sanders and Buck Mcknight. Music and entertainment for the reception — held at Cold Springs Events — was provided by DJ Dun Been with Central Arkansas Entertainment.
The couple enjoyed a honeymoon trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico and will reside in Bryant.