Abrahams, Kelley exchange vows
Megan Abrahams and Andrew Kelley, both of Hesston, were married Oct. 11.
The wedding took place at First Mennonite Church in Hillsboro with pastor Randy Smith officiating the double-ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Rex and De Vonne Abrahams of Canton and the groom’s parents are John and Sheila Kelley of Elizabeth, Colo.
The maid of honor was Randi Lipscomb of Newton.
Bridesmaids were Amy Castle of Gardner, Jenna Boring of Phoenix, Ariz., and Amber Anderson of Newton.
The best man was Jordan Hostetler. Groomsmen were Matthew Kelley of Rock Valley, Iowa, David Boring of Phoenix, Ariz., and Matt Anderson of Newton.
Flower girl was Emily Keltz of Brush, Colo., and Gavin Klein of Loveland, Colo., was the ring bearer.
Candlelighters were Dustin Abrahams of Canton and Sarah Kelley of Elizabeth, Colo.
Ushers were Michael Kaufman, Andrew Orpin, Michael Mendez and Joel Van Wingerden.
Guestbook attendants were Bethany and Angie Miller of Newton.
Gift carriers and bubble attendants were Stephen Kelts and William Jones of Brush, Colo.
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father wearing an Essence of Australia satin-chiffon gown accented with lace and Swarovski crystals and carrying a bouquet of white Calla lilies.
A reception, dinner and dance was held following the ceremony. Hosting the evening were Bev and Darold Klein and George and Shelley Kelts.
A rehearsal dinner was held Oct. 10 at the church and hosted by John and Sheila Kelley.
She is a graduate of Bethel College at Bethel and is an admissions counselor at the college.
The groom attended Hesston College in Hesston and is a technician for Drier’s Lawn and Sprinkler Systems in Hesston.
The couple honeymooned in New Orleans, La. and now reside in Hesston.