2009-11-17 / Lifestyles

Vann-Rollins

Couple exchange vows at historic Hostess House

Kelsey and Andrew Rollins Kelsey Vann and Andrew Rollins of Lampasas were united in marriage in an Aug. 1, 2009, evening ceremony at the Hancock Springs Hostess House.

The Rev. Mark Barnard officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Robby and Leigh Vann. She is the granddaughter of Rodney and Charlotte Myrick and Christine Vann, all of Lampasas.

The groom’s parents are Lisa and David Foil, and Jesse Rollins. Grandparents are J.C. and Johnnie Ewing of Lampasas, Pete Sloan of San Saba, and Joe and Doris Rollins of Snyder.

The bride was given in marriage by her father.

Her strapless ivory and beaded gown was a sweetheart mermaid style by Oleg Cassini. She wore a matching beaded veil.

To complement her gown, the bride carried a bouquet of yellow roses.

Maids of honor were the bride’s sisters, Karleigh and Kallen Vann of Lampasas.

Bridesmaids were Elizabeth Rollins, sister of the groom, of College Station; Mikenzie Myrick, the bride’s cousin; and Kayla Brooks, Lauren Isenburg and Emily Atkinson, all of Lampasas.

Attendants wore various styles of knee-length dresses in dark purple. They carried yellow roses with purple hydrangea.

Best men were William Brown and Nathan Brown, both of Lampasas.

Groomsmen were Justin Roden, Michael Munn, Adam Johnson, Jake Irvin and Jordan Roden, all of Lampasas.

Following the ceremony, the bride’s parents hosted a reception.

The bride’s five-tiered white cake had black satin ribbon trim.

The groom’s chocolate cake was topped with chocolate-covered strawberries and the Texas A&M seal.

After a wedding trip to Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., the couple is at home in Georgetown.

The bride is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a bachelor of business administration in finance. She is employed by Texas Oncology.

The groom earned a bachelor of science degree in agricultural economics. He is employed by Kokel- Oberrender-Wood Appraisal.

A rehearsal dinner was given by the groom’s family at The Holiday House in Lampasas.

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