LITTLE ROCK — Katy Michelle Frederick and Matthew Alexander Camp were united in marriage at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, in Asbury United Methodist Church. The Rev. Mary Hilliard officiated.
Parents of the bride are Rebecca Ann and John Douglas Frederick, 38 Inverness Circle. She is the granddaughter of the late Frances and Carl Russell Frederick and the late Elda and Robert Edmond Wyatt Jr., all of Sterling, Kan.
The groom is the son of Michelle and Rodney Damon, 206 Sologne Court, and Mark Camp, 12 Berwyn Drive. His grandparents are Patsy Stogsdill of Little Rock, Marie and Donald Osborn of New York, and Mimi and Dr. Walter Camp of Greenwich, Conn.
The chancel was decorated with a Christmas tree that held red and gold ornaments. Music was by organist Anguel Kehayov.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white gown of de-lustered satin with a ruched fitted bodice. The flowing skirt and chapel train were covered with handmade satin flowers. Her veil was chapellength. She carried a bouquet of red roses, red gerbera daisies, cymbidium orchids, red tulips and alstroemeria.
Amy Frances Frederick of Nashville, Tenn., served as her sister’s maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Holly Beck of Brentwood, Tenn., Kelly Pollard of Dallas and Ashley Pond of Little Rock, sisters of the bride; Katie Calicott and Lauren Ritchie, both of Little Rock; Christine Marks of Fayetteville; Sloan Milton of Dallas; and Margaret Pursley of Washington.
They wore navy strapless dresses with sweetheart bodices and each carried five long-stem white roses.
Flower girls were Lucy and Annie Pollard of Dallas, nieces of the bride. Ring bearers were John, Wyatt and Adam Beck of Brentwood, nephews of the bride.
Best man was Timothy Walter Camp of Little Rock, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were David Camp and Logan Damon, both of Oxford, Miss., and Jonathan Camp and Reggie Damon, both of Little Rock, all brothers of the groom; Geoffrey Campbell, Andrew Mason and Hunter Stuart, all of Little Rock; Gregory Fox of Fayetteville; and Caleb Olson of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Seating the guests were David Cherry and William Smith, both of Little Rock, and Matthew Nestrud of Atlanta.
Guest tables at a reception in Pleasant Valley Country Club were centered with red cube vases filled with red roses, alstroemeria, daisies and hypericum. The ballroom had two large Christmas trees decorated in red and gold. Music was by the 1-900 Band from Memphis.
The bride has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She is the imprinting department manager at The Crown Shop.
The groom has a bachelor’s degree in communication from the university and is employed in fixed income sales at BOSC Inc.
After a wedding trip to Beaver Creek, Colo., the couple will live in Little Rock.
High Profile, Pages 43 on 12/09/2012