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Natalie Jo Houk and Jeremy Lyle Parker, both of Campbellsville, were married Nov. 12 at Meadowview Baptist Church in Campbellsville. The Rev. David Johnson performed the ceremony.
Houk is the daughter of Ernie and Suzy Houk of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are the late David and Lucille Goodin and James and Rosella Houk.
Parker is the son of Jerry and Joretta Parker of Campbellsville. His grandparents are Jodie and Opal Mings of Campbellsville and the late Rev. Jesse and Wilhemina Parker.
Vocalists were Susie Crowder and Cyndi and Les Chadwick. They sang "The Prayer."
A recording of the bride singing "Completely" was played during the lighting of the unity candle.
A recording of the bride's father singing "Love of a Lifetime" was played during the recessional.
Angela McKay and Whitney Webster read selections from 1 Corinthians and Ecclesiastes.
The bride wore an ivory, strapless, A-line chiffon gown with an empire waist accented with hand beading. The back of the gown was accented with the same hand beading from waist to hem. She wore purple shoes. She carried a bouquet of white roses and green and white hydrangea.
Rachael Dobson of Campbellsville was the matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Amanda Richerson, Maranda Wright and Robbilyn Speer of Campbellsville, Lindsay Chandler of Bowling Green, Emily Jessie of Greensburg, Molly Pepper of Bloomington, Ind., and Leah Smith of Burkesville. They wore floor-length, one-shoulder gowns in the same shade of purple as the bride's shoes. Their bouquets consisted of lime green spider mums.
Davilynn Thompson was the flower girl. Her dress matched the bride's. Ring bearers were J.T. Johns and Carter Richerson.
Jason Parker of Campbellsville served as his brother's best man.
Groomsmen were Terry Johns, Joey Hamilton and Chris Clark of Campbellsville, Jeff McMahan of Eminence, Wes Bratcher of Danville, Tom Hughes of Knob Lick and John Hall of Lexington.
Ushers were Matthew Johns, Logan Johns, Alex Browning and Jonah Cox of Campbellsville and Gabe Smith of Burkesville.
Tiffany Browning of Campbellsville attended the guest register.
A reception at Veterans Memorial Park Community Center followed the ceremony.
Houk completed a bachelor's degree at Campbellsville University and works at Taylor Regional Hospital.
Parker also completed a bachelor's degree at Campbellsville University and works for Forcht Bank.
The couple honeymooned in Savannah, Ga., and Asheville, N.C. They are making their home in Campbellsville.