McKenzie Dene Williams and Jeremy Scott Atteberry were wed Dec. 3, 2016 at the Gould Community Center in Gould.
The Rev. James Westmoreland of the First Baptist Church in Watonga officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Jana and Kendall Williams of Hollis. Maternal grandparents of the bride are Dene and Garland Jones. The paternal grandparents of the bride are Wanda Faye Williams and the late Norman Williams.
The bridegroom is the son of Laura and James Atteberry of Tipton. Maternal grandparents of the groom are LouAnn and Ronald Walker and the late Dee Walker. Paternal grandparents are Patricia Satterfield and the late Jimmy Charles Atteberry. Honorary paternal grandparents are Sharon Waugh and the late Charles Waugh.
The wedding had a rustic winter wonderland theme accented with turquoise poinsettias, winter lighted trees and burlap accents showcasing antiques. The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father Kendall Williams. She wore a vintage ivory lace gown with a sweetheart neckline and delicate lace cap sleeves. Floral embroidery embellished the bodice and full skirt with a chapel train. The gown was accentuated with a crystal belt and a button down back.
She wore a lace-trimmed, elbow-length veil from a braided upsweep hair style created by Melanie Kyle. She carried a bouquet created by the mother of the bride that consisted of ivory roses, burlap flowers, pinecones and turquoise roses embellished with rhinestones. The bride wore Kendra Scott rose gold earrings in ivory pearl as her something new. For her something old and borrowed, she wore the engagement ring that her paternal grandfather gave her grandmother on her right hand. A blue topaz ring given to the bride by her parents served as her something blue.
Matron of honor was Jackie Miller of Sayre, who wore a taupe ivory sleeveless long gown. The sequin lace bodice sported a tie back and was accented with a keyhole neckline. She also wore Kendra Scott rose gold earrings in turquoise. The maid of honor was Holly Westmoreland of Moore and Kelsey Haught of Altus served as the bridesmaid. The bridal attendants were identically attired and carried bouquets of turquoise flowers. Flower girl for the wedding was Leah Witt, niece of the groom. She wore a white sequin dress with a white fur jacket. Attending the registration was Mariah Simpson, niece of the groom.
Stephen Sexton of Weatherford served as the best man. Groomsmen were Mark Witt of Tipton and Brandon Munro of Manitou.
Kenton Williams, brother of the bride, sang “Love Never Fails” and a prayer was offered for the couple by Jerry Hamersley.
Hostesses for the wedding were Baley Clampet, Caitlin Foster and Kelsie Williams. The ushers were Robert Jefferson, Jeremy Robinson and Jared Sharp.
The bride and groom both graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s in elementary education and parks-recreation management, respectively. Both are employed as teachers as Altus Intermediate School in Altus. The couple is making their home in Altus.