A Disneyworld wedding was the perfect venue for William Whitfield Hyman and Natalie King to marry, Dec. 29, 2015. Twenty-one family and friends joined the couple and their daughter for five days of Magic Kingdom festivities. The group enjoyed Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Animal Kingdom while staying at the Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort. On the day of the wedding, daughter Evie had a “Princess” make-over and Natalie’s sisters-in-law, Georgia Hyman Wilson and Natalie Hyman Martin, helped the bride. Natalie King wore the veil that Natalie Martin had worn for her wedding and a special necklace that was a present from Natalie Martin. Whit and Natalie had a meaningful ceremony at the Mission-styled Winter Park Wedding Chapel. Evie spread rose petals down the aisle before Natalie and Whit entered. The couple exchanged unique rings; Whit’s was a signet ring with the Hyman family crest and Natalie’s had three diamonds representing the joining of Whit, Natalie and Evie to become one family. The afternoon wedding culminated at the Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show and Luau at Disney’s Polynesian Resort where the couple was honored. Natalie is the daughter of Gary and Sima King of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Whit is the son of Herb and Mika Hyman of the West Memphis, Arkansas area. Whit and Natalie reside in Fort Smith and are lawyers with the King Law Firm specializing in criminal and immigration law. The family and friends that joined them in Florida were: Gary and Sima King, James King, Lauren Lucky, Herb and Mika Hyman, Buddy and Kelcy Hyman, Georgia and Kenneth Wilson, Robert and Natalie Martin, Tim and Arleen Brown, Bob and LeeAnne Turner-Henry, Nick and Sophie Barrett-Weeks, Jessica Wichryk and Kira, and Princess Evie Schmitz-King. A reception was held at Adelaide Hall in historic Fort Smith, Arkansas, Jan. 16, 2016. Over 100 family and friends received the couple and their daughter. In addition to the immediate family were Dr. and Mrs. C.F. Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Hyman, Brett Hyman, Chris Hyman, Mr. and Mrs. Kendal Thomas and daughter Margaret Jane from the West Memphis area.