Wilson, Conley wed
Wendy LeeAnn Wilson and Brandon Lee Conley were married Dec. 4, 2005, at the First Baptist Church at Pleasanton, Kan., with the Rev. Gene Gray, pastor of the Schell City, Missouri, Baptist Church, officiating.
Wilson is the daughter of Chet Foreman, Walker, Mo., and Judi Foreman, Nevada, Mo. Conley is the son of Linda and Charles Conley, Pleasanton, Kan.
The bride's gown of candlelight white was cathedral length, with short off-the-shoulder sleeves. Her attendants were her sister, Katie Budd, Virginia Gratton, and Renea Marshall. They wore navy spangled dresses.
All men in the wedding party wore yellow western shirts and navy jeans. Groomsmen were Joshua Rushing, Jeremiah Ross, and Charles Conley Jr. Ushers were the groom's nephews, Chance and Alex Conley.
The groom's daughter, Cadence, was the flower girl, and the bride's son, Coltin, was the ring bearer.
The song "Memories" by Keith Urban was played as the bride entered the church, and "The Broken Road" by Rascal Flats as the bride and groom lighted the unity candle.
A western theme was used at the receptioné which was held in Pleasanton, Kan. The wedding cake was topped with a western-attired bride and groom and decorated with icing horseshoes and ropes. Between the tiers, yellow and blue roses and greenery were placed. The tables were covered with navy and decorated with miniature hay bales and other western items.
Guest book attendants and servers at the reception were Megahan Wiebelhaus, Bethany Wiebelhaus, and Holly Cooke.
The couple is at home on their farm near Pleasanton, Kan.