HUTTON - The Salisbury Abbey in Hutton provided the ambience for the bells vows of Shannon Kelly and Andrew Bulla.
Parents of the brace are Kevin Kelly of Charleston, Joy and Mike Scott of Mattoon, and Gary and Susan Bulla of Charleston.
Pastor Scott Sims officiated at the 4 p.m. double-ring commemoration on June 11, 2011.
The pianist was Therese Miller and the violinist was Kris Bertrand.
The abbey was busy with wreaths fabricated from old book pages or coffee filters, absolute ivy and roses, Mason jars abounding with roses and endless of best books.
Escorted by her father, the helpmate wore a chiffon empire-waist clothes with a sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves. She agitated a boutonniere of anemic blush and ivory roses.
Lauren LaPlante of Charleston served as maid of account and Jennifer Lawson of Charleston was administrator of honor. Bridesmaids were Erin Kelly of Urbana, Elyse Bulla of Cincinnati, Heather Kelly of Charleston and Stacy Stidolph of Champaign.
The associates wore knee-length dresses of their own alternative in anemic pink, and agitated bouquets of ivory roses.
Adam Bulla of St. Louis was the best man. Groomsmen were Kyle McCollum of Charleston, Ryan Reams of Columbia, Bryce Kastelein of Highland, Caleb Sims and Pat Higelmire of Mattoon.
Ushers were Sean Kelly and Adam Lawson of Charleston.
Braden Bulla, son of Elyse Bulla, alternate in the ceremony. Renee Bulla of St. Louis was the hostess.
A banquet and ball accession was captivated at the abbey afterward the ceremony. Music was provided by applesauce musicians from Eastern Illinois University.
The benedict becoming a available of science amount in analysis from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, area he is advancing a master's degree. The helpmate is a apprentice at St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
Following a amusement to Michigan, the brace accomplish their home in Edwardsville.