Stony Point Hall, Lawrence, served as the outdoor setting for the Sept. 26, 2009, wedding of Jennifer Young, Moran, and Brandon Sprague, Hutchinson. Bob Henry performed the ceremony. Joyce Hoegerl, Olathe, aunt of the bride, served a reader at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Guy and Regina Young, Moran, and the groom is the son of Ricky and Kelly Sprague, Hutchinson.
Special guests at the wedding were the bride’s great-aunts, Berdean Wall, Moran, and Amber Spencer, Pittsburg, and the bride’s great-uncle, Kenny Harton, Great Bend. Honored guests of the groom were his second cousins, Jerry and Rose Harrison, Nettleton, Mo., and his grandparents, Kenneth and Judy Smith, Hutchinson, and Larry and Darlene Cochran, Salina.
The bride wore a San Patrick light ivory strapless gown with a tulle ruffle along neckline. The bodice featured ruching and beaded lace. The dress showcased buttons down the back and fabric gathers at the hip. The gown’s mermaid style was completed with a chapel-length train.
She wore an ivory, elbow-length double tiered veil. She carried in her bouquet a handkerchief that belonged to her maternal grandmother, Arlene Jones. She wore her mother’s pearl earrings, double-strand pearl necklace and bracelet. The bride carried a white calla lily. A brown eucalyptus ribbon tied bouquet. Her attendants carried green hydrangea and orchid ribbon tied bouquets.
Kristen Bevard, Iola, served as matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Tiffanie Riebel, Iola, and Rachel Montgomery, Lawrence.
Best man for his brother was Aaron Sprague, Lawrence. Groomsmen were T.J. Kennard, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Cameron Sprague, Hutchinson, brother of the groom.
The couple are at home in Lawrence.
Mrs. Sprague is a photographer with Inter-State Studio, Proprietor of River City Photography and video. Mr. Sprague is a welder at Horizon Systems, Inc., in Lawrence.
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