The bride is the daughter of Kayla and Philip Hammer of Panhandle. Grandparents of the bride are Janyth and J.C. Kunneman of Okarche, Okla., and Margaret Hammer of Panhandle and the late Eugene L. “Gene” Hammer.
The groom is the son of Janet and Jay Harlan of Edmond, Okla. Grandparents of the groom are Joan Geary of Kingsville, Texas and the late J.W. Geary and Anell and Jack Harlan of Bishop, Texas.
Maid of Honor was Kelci Pryor of Stillwater, Okla. Bridal attendants were Macy Kunneman, cousin of the bride, of Oklahoma City; Jacy Bradford of Stillwater; and Wren Myers of Tulsa, Okla. Flower girl was Annalee Keef of Edmond, niece of the groom.
Best man was James Harlan, brother of the groom, of Louisville, Ky. Groomsmen were Justin Volz of Yukon, Okla.; Tyler Price of Luther, Okla.; and Heath Boyd of Edmond. Ring Bearer was Zachary Keef of Edmond, nephew of the groom.
Ushers were Travis Hammer, brother of the bride, of Stillwater; and cousins of the bride, Zac Kunneman of Stillwater; and Dawson Hackett, Zane Hackett and Gauge Hackett, all of Panhandle.
Soloist was Sandra Keef, sister of the groom, of Edmond. Pianist was Tommye Kay Powers of Panhandle.
Intricate lace embroidery adorned the entirety of the bride’s gown, from the slim mermaid silhouette down to the soft sweeping train. The V back and sweetheart neckline were highlighted by the lacy shoulder straps and a satin belt with rhinestone beading was worn at the waist.
The groom wore khaki pants with a medium brown vest and tie and boots.
Bridal attendants wore short navy dresses and carried bright, wildflower bouquets. Groomsmen wore khaki pants with a navy vest and tie and boots.
The reception was held at the Khiva Shrine Center in Amarillo and was catered by Donna and Lance Kunneman, uncle and aunt of the bride. Assisting with the cake and drinks were aunts of the bride, Trudy Cogswell, Sharon Stephens, Margaret Ann Martinez, Roni Willburn and Pamela Hammer.
Following a wedding trip to the Bahamas, the couple is residing in Corpus Christi, Texas.