Nickelson-Richardson

11/2/2013

Kayla Nickelson and Travis Richardson, both of Salina, were married Oct. 13, 2012, in Marion, with the Rev. Melissa Naylor officiating the 3:30 p.m., double-ring ceremony.

Kayla Nickelson and Travis Richardson, both of Salina, were married Oct. 13, 2012, in Marion, with the Rev. Melissa Naylor officiating the 3:30 p.m., double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mike and Patsy Kline of Marion; and Annette Baker of Salina. Her grandparents are John and Karen Kline of Marion.

The groom is the son of Peter and Jane Richardson of Garden City. His grandparents are Becky and Loren Winders of Wichita.

Maid of honor was Elizabeth Covarrubias of Lawrence. Bridesmaids were Laura Knaus of Abilene; and Barbara Bergmeier of Manhattan.

Best man was Jarod Newport of Salina. Groomsmen were Travis Graham of Deerfield; and Rusty Creel of Dallas.

Candlelighters were Shayla Kline of Marion; and Lindsay Kline of Conway, Mo.

Casey Nickelson of Salina served as the usher.

The ceremony was followed by a reception at the VFW in Marion.

The bride graduated from Marion High School in 2009. She is employed by OCCK, Salina.

The groom graduated from Garden City High School in 2007. He is employed by Advance Auto Warehouse, Salina.

After a wedding trip to Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., San Francisco and Sacramento, Calif., the couple is at home in Salina.

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