Cassidy M. Soales of Salina, Kansas, and Brodie L. Fields of Bentonville, Arkansas, were married on July 15, 2017, at the Sulpher Springs City Park, in Sulpher Springs, Arkansas.
The bride is the daughter of Karen Sue Gilbert McNelly of Simpsonville, South Carolina, and the granddaughter of James K. and Mary McNelly, of Bentonville.
She is a graduate of Gravette High School and Allen County Community College in Iola, Kansas.
The groom is the son of Heath Fields and Michelle Keller, both of Bentonville, and the grandson of Bill and Janet Happy, of Lincoln, Arkansas.
A 2006 graduate of Gravette High School, he is also a graduate of the University of Phoenix.
The couple wed in an evening ceremony officiated by T.C. Kelly. The bride was given in marriage by her grandmother, Mary Olsson.
The bride wore a white mermaid style, floor length dress with a sweetheart neckline. It was embellished on the left side, and had a short train, and featured a corset back, bow and covering of tulle. She also wore a v-shaped diamond cluster necklace with matching earings.
Her flowers were a mixture of light and dark pink roses, with a white pearl mix with two colors of roses.
Her maid of honor was Arielle Fields, her sister-in-law, of Bentonville, and her bridesmaids were Heather Robinson, a friend, of Gateway, Arkansas, and Rinda Simpson, a sister-in-law, of Sulphur Springs. Her wedding party carried matching flowers.
The groom wore blue jeans, a white shirt, grey vest, a peach tie and a red rose boutineer.
His best man was Felicia Taylor, a friend, from Fayetteville, Arkansas. His groomsmen were his friends Corey Robinson, from Gateway, and Josh Ruano, of Bentonville.
Olivia Lynn and Sophia Danielle McClure of Grove served as the flower girls. Caleb Young of Sulphur Springs served as the ringbearer.
Ushers included Darrick Pack, Sulphur Springs. Jessica Cripps of Gentry attended the guest book
The music included The Marriage Prayer by John JohnWalker and Everybody by the Backstreet Boys.
A reception followed at the Sulphur Springs City Park. With temperatures in the lower 70s, after the wedding service and pictures, the entire wedding party - including the bride in her wedding gown - jumped into the river in the city park.
The wedding cake was three-layers, with a mixture of flowers with white roses draping down the side, with a twist toward the bottom with light and dark pink roses and greenery.
The couple plan to take a trip to the U.S. Virgin Islands at a later time.
Following their marriage the couple plan to live in Grove. The groom is employed at World Finance Inc., in Jane, Missouri. The bride owns and operates Cass Photography.