Hamblin, Turner wed

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Christopher Turner ...nee Kimberly Linda Hamblin
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Christopher Turner
…nee Kimberly Linda Hamblin
Kimberly Linda Hamblin of Springtown and Jonathan Christopher Turner of Poolville exchanged wedding vows at 3 p.m. Oct. 27 in an outdoor ceremony under the pergola at The Orchard Event Venue in Azle.
The bride is the daughter of Dennis and Linda Hamblin of Springtown. The groom’s parents are Jim and Emma Turner of Boonsville.
Rev. Zeth Smith of First Baptist Church Springtown officiated.
The bride wore a floor-length, satin A-line gown with a satin belt and lace overlay, embellished with crystals and rhinestones. Her waist-length sheer lace veil was trimmed with satin, and she carried a bouquet of long-stemmed red roses with rhinestone clusters throughout.
The bride’s cousin, Lauren Smith, was maid of honor; bridesmaids were Jana Allcorn and Philippa Sula. They wore floor-length, apple red satin gowns with rhinestone accents and carried white roses.
Jarrod Cook, best friend and co-worker of the groom, served as best man. Groomsman was Kyler Allcorn; Jeanie Rooks served as groomswoman.
Ushers included Steven Hamblin, brother of the bride; and Jonthan Goodner and Adrian Goodner, nephews of the bride.
Kaleah Speers was flower girl.
The venue was decorated in colors of apple red with white and black accents, and featured red floral centerpieces, mercury glass votives and twinkle lights.
The wedding cake was an ivory, three-tiered cake with pearl and lace accents. The groom’s cake was chocolate, topped with a replica Glock handgun and gold bullets.
The bride is a licensed cosmetologist and works at ProCuts in Azle; the groom is a natural gas compressor mechanic at C.D.M.
The couple honeymooned in Fort Walton Beach, Florida and now reside in Springtown.