Randy May and Karen Huff were married Aug. 25 at Mammoth Spring. The couple exchanged vows in the groom's backyard with a John Deere wedding theme.
David Cunningham performed the ceremony.
The bride was given away by her father, Jack Privett of Mammoth Spring. The matrons of honor were Farrah McFarland of Harrison, Ark., and Brooke Floyd of Grapevine, Texas, daughters of the groom.
The groomsmen were Mathew Huff Jr. of Conway, Ark., and Colby Huff of Mammoth Spring, sons of the bride.
Little Miss Fulton County, Haley Steele, cousin of the bride, served as flower girl. Aiden Floyd of Grapevine, Texas, grandson of the groom, served as ringbearer.
A reception followed at the couple's home.?Nikki Cash of Mammoth Spring served the punch, and Norie Medders of Eupora, Miss., served the cake.
After the reception, the newlyweds embarked on a 6-day cruise to Key West, the Cayman Islands and Jamaica.
The couple will reside in the groom's home in Mammoth Spring. The bride is employed by Cover Lumber Company in Thayer and the groom is employed by BNSF.
Randy May is the son of the late John B. and Eula May of Mammoth Spring. Karen Huff is the daughter of Jack and the late Lorene Privett of Mammoth Spring.
Special out-of-town guests included:?the bride's brother, Charlie Privett of Eupora, Miss., Norie Medders of Eupora, Miss., Allan, Brooke and Aiden Floyd of Grapevine, Texas, Jereme, Farrah and Connor McFarland of Harrison, Ark., and Julie P. Rich of Jonesboro.