Rachel Smith & Cain Nattin
December 19, 2020 / Hamp Williams Building
Rachel Smith and Cain Nattin, both Sheridan natives, met in high school and became friends through church. After Cain graduated and stayed in town to serve at their church, he asked her on a date. They fell in love.
HOW THEY CUSTOMIZED
Held at the Hamp Williams Building in Hot Springs, their winter wedding was warm, romantic and intimate, with only the wedding party and close family and friends present. The soft lighting and candles during the ceremony and reception created the romantic feel that Rachel wanted. Touches of red and navy in both the bouquets and wardrobe provided an extra romantic touch. Florals starred in the design, and a grand chandelier with greenery hung over the head table at the reception.
Because family is important to the couple, Rachel honored her late grandmother by wearing her jewelry and using her wedding gown for the garter. To top off the night, the newlyweds made their exit by horse and carriage, and they rode through downtown Hot Springs to their hotel.
|WEDDING VENDORS WE LOVE|
|Photography||Cameron and Elizabeth Photography|
|Venue||Hamp Williams Building, Hot Springs
|Florist||Silks-A-Bloom, Little Rock|
|Caterer||Hot Springs Catering Co.|
|Rentals and lighting||Signature Events, Hot Springs
|Wedding dress and veil||Low's Bridal & Formal, Brinkley|
|Wedding planning||Meredith Corning of Meredith Events|
|Invitations||Hobart Print Studio, Benton|
|Groom and groomsmen attire||McCoy Tygart, Sheridan|
|Makeup||Merry Kline of Belle & Blush, Little Rock|
|Horse carriage||Hot Springs Carriage Company|
|Live wedding painter||Jarah Jacks|
|Rehearsal dinner venue||Sheridan Country Club|
See this Real Wedding as it appeared in the 2021 digital edition of Hot Springs Wedding Planner. Discover more inspiration in Arkansas Bride's Real Weddings section and in the print edition of ARKANSAS BRIDE.