Robnett: Kathryn Mae Callaway Peacock and Charles Sidney Robnett were married in a double-ring ceremony at the First United Methodist Church in Pine Bluff, Ark., on March 15, 2014, at 5:30 in the afternoon.

Robnett: Kathryn Mae Callaway Peacock and Charles Sidney Robnett were married in a double-ring ceremony at the First United Methodist Church in Pine Bluff, Ark., on March 15, 2014, at 5:30 in the afternoon.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taliaferro Peacock of White Hall. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith of White Hall, the late Jimerson W. Sanders of Pine Bluff, and the late Dr. and Mrs. Norman W. Peacock of Ashdown, Ark.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Calvert all of Stuttgart, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Robnett of Casscoe. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Don Daugherty, Mrs. Margie Robnett all of Stuttgart, and the late Mr. Nolan Robnett.

Wedding music was provided by Maegan Rebekah Inzer of Jonesboro, vocalist, Townsend Elise Talbot of Conway, on guitar, and William Harris Fox, Jr., organist. Mikki Elizabeth Lock of Fayetteville provided the scripture reading. The ceremony was officiated by the Reverend Belinda Price, cousin of the bride, and Reverend David Fleming.

The bridesmaids were Natalie Claire Brownd of Conway, Katherine Elizabeth Beck, Erica Charlotte Dierich, Lauren Elizabeth Robertson , all of Little Rock, Lauren Lee Dymna of North Little Rock, Gretchen Kathleen Pearce of Savannah, Georgia, and Casey Jo Clark of Bryant. Carolyn Halen Taliaferro Peacock of Logan, Utah, served her sister as the matron of honor. The bridesmaids all wore floor-length gowns of navy blue chiffon in an empire style and jewelry that was a gift from the bride. They carried bouquets of white roses, lilies, and navy hydrangeas, and a hand embroidered initialed handkerchief as a gift from the matron of honor. Mary Catherine Stephens of Stuttgart was the flower girl and wore a white ballerina length dress with a fitted bodice and statin ribbon waist.

Katie Mae wore a private label gown of duchess satin fashioned with a sweetheart neckline enhanced with beading. The fitted dropped waist bodice was beaded and accented with a v-shaped back. The couturier skirt was bubbled hemmed and featured a semi-cathedral train that was tufted and beaded with crystal on lace rosettes. The elbow length veil was edged in pearls. The bride wore diamond and pearl earrings, a single strand pearl necklace and a diamond bracelet as her wedding jewelry. The bride’s wedding flowers were white lilies and miniature white roses tied with white statin.

The groomsmen were Drew Joseph Carter, Hudgens Sokora Jeter, Jerry Donald Morgan III, Clint Richard Roth, all of Stuttgart, David Leslie Machen and Jeffery Allen Morrison of Little Rock, and Eric David Ralston of Tulsa, Okla. The best man was Sean Scott Robnett of Conway, brother of the groom. The ring bearer was Jackson Rauls Robnett of Conway, nephew of the groom. The ushers were James Mackenzie Daugherty, brother of the groom, Kristopher Charles Keller of Stuttgart, Alex Holden Dunklin of McGehee, Lance Houston Johnson of Springdale, and Todd Wesley Vorsanger of Scottsdale, Ariz. All of the male attendants wore a sleek, two-button satin lapel coat with a beaded satin striped trouser. Their black and white classic, dotted bowties and matching pocket squares complimented their ivory shirts, lined with black suspenders. They all wore Colonial Manhattan matte black lace-up shoes with patent leather wingtips.

Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Pine Bluff Country Club. Guests were entertained with music by the Juke Joint All Stars/Night Life Band from Memphis, Tenn. The room was decorated with the bride’s accent colors of navy, gold, and white and featured peacock feathers in the flower arrangements of lilies, gladiolas, roses, and hydrangeas. Reception and sanctuary floral decorations and settings were designed by Jennifer Wright of White Hall.

The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s family at the Pine Bluff County Club. The guests were entertained with a photo slide show and the room was decorated with sunflowers, rice stalks and burlap wrappings. Decorations were designed by Brenda Dickson, owner of Fern and Feather in Stuttgart, Ark.

Wedding day and rehearsal dinner photography provided by "License to Shoot Photography," Michelle Roberts of Rison, Ark.