Weddings (Sept. 24, 2014)

Pontious, Turner wed June 21

WeddingAlycia Pontious and Timothy Turner, both of Emporia, were married at 4 p.m. June 21 in a double-ring ceremony at Aulne United Methodist Church.

Officiating the wedding was Warren Lee Olson, pastor of Aulne UMC.

Parents of the bride are Sheila Williams of Marion and Ben Pontious of Ponca City. The groom?s parents are Warren and Beth Olson of Cottonwood Falls.

The bride?s maid of honor was Nicole Herzet, cousin of the bride. Brides?maids were Taylor Pontious and Tristan Williams, both sisters of the bride.

The bride?s dress was a white chiffon over satin A-line gown with removable cap sleeves, chiffon split front and metallic embroidery with a chapel train.

Her bouquet was yellow and pool-blue roses arranged with baby breath and crystal enhanced stephanotis flower.

The bridesmaids wore a pool-blue long sheer chiffon dress with a beaded sweetheart necklace. They each carried a small arranged bouquet of yellow roses with baby breath.

The flower girl was Kayleigh Olson.

Best man was Micheal Turner, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Ethan Pontious, brother of the bride, and Cody Williams, cousin of the bride. They wore black tuxedos with a pool-blue vest and matching tie.

Ringbearer was Max Olson.

Ushers were Travis Williams, brother of the bride, James Vanburen, friend of the groom, Joey Olson and Eric Olson, both brothers of the groom.

Wedding decorations included yellow and pool-blue rose bouquet arrangements and pew bows.

A reception followed in the ballroom at the Marion City Building in Marion.

Reception assistants were Julie Shaw, Carolyn Bell, Diane Williams, Rhonda McDaniels and Angie Williams.

The bride is a cook at the Lyon County Sheriff?s Department. The groom is a floor hand at Glacier-Petro?leum.

The couple honeymooned in Galveston, Texas, before returning home to Emporia.

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