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Crick, Meyers wedding

Tuesday, July 5, 2005

Jessica and Chad Meyer
Jessica Marie Crick and Chad Michael Meyer, both of McCook, exchanged wedding vows Saturday, April 2, 2205, during a ceremony at Memorial United Methodist Church in McCook. The Rev. Douglas A. Delp, of Faith Westwood Church in Omaha, officiated.

Parents of the couple are Jeff and Beth Crick of McCook and Ray and Judy Meyer of Elwood. Grandparents of the bride are Jim and Elly Crick of Kearney and Wayne and Diane Bryant and Keith and Helen Hackney of McCook. The bridegroom's grandparents are Mae and Bill Smith of Elwood and Alfred and Jessie Meyer of Lexington.

Lighting the candles was Sydney Ulrich of McCook. Scott Brunner of Scottsbluff, Shane Tilson of Elwood and Miles Maddox of Kearney ushered the guests.

Ivye Meyer of Nebraska City and Skylar Rogers of McCook served as flower girls.

Kerri Unger of McCook was the soloist, accompanied by organist Chris Lyons, also of McCook.

Sydney Rogers of McCook served as matron of honor. The maid of honor was Melanie Bedore of Ogallala. Bridesmaids were Laci Meyer of Nebraska City and Myndi Manary of North Platte.

The bride appeared in a Maggie Sottero designer gown in white with black accents. It featured an organza-overlaid bodice, corset back and organza side inserts. It was highlighted with soft floral embroidery, Swarovski crystals, bugle and seed beads and sequins. It was accented with a chapel-length train. Clear rhinestone edging highlighted her circular waist-length veil. Her tiara was silver with beribboned rhinestones and crystals.

The bride carried a bouquet of red roses, white burgundy miniature calla lilies, viburnum, freesia and burgundy astilbe. The flowers were tied with a white braided sheer ribbon and decorated with rhinestones. The bridal attendants wore chiffon A-line gowns that featured empire waists of bugle beads and sheer necklines with beaded band trim. Their chiffon jackets were detailed with flutter sleeves, bugle beads and tiebacks.

The matron and maid of honor carried bouquets of red roses with viburnum and white freesia tied with white braided sheer ribbons. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of white roses with viburnum and white freesia tied with white braided sheer ribbons.

The flower girls wore sleeveless white satin tea-length dresses overlaid with iridescent skirting. Wide black ribbons accented the empire waists. The girls carried white satin baskets filled with red rose petals.

Bryce Martin of Grand Junction, Iowa, served as best man. The bridegroomsmen were Jon Stewart of McCook, Nathan Meyer of Nebraska City, Justin Meyer of Elwood, Brandon Crick of McCook, Chris Meyer of Elwood and Nathan Crick of McCook.

The bridegroom's tuxedo was a modern American two-button worsted wool classic from Perry Ellis, with a matching bow tie on a wing-collar shirt. The coat featured satin notched lapels and satin-covered buttons. He wore a Diamond I full-back vest and black pleated formal trousers.

The best man wore an After Six white Kingston tuxedo featuring a two-button single-breasted white coat with notched satin lapels and double-besom pockets. He wore a red Capri full-back vest with a black bow tie and black pleated formal trousers. The bridegroomsmen wore black full-back vests.

The ushers wore black classic notch traditional-style tuxedoes with black coats and black pleated formal trousers. They wore platinum vests with black bow ties.

Jim and Kandace Ulrich of McCook and Dennis and Yvonne Rickertson of Lexington hosted the reception at the Community Building. Kathy George of Estes Park, Colo., and Michelle Smith of Elwood registered the guests.

Reception assistants were Jan Baker of Kearney, Deb Farmer of Columbus, Clarice Underwood of Gothenburg and Michelle Hackney of Firestone, Colo.

The couple honeymooned on a cruise to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the Grand Cayman Islands and Cozumel, Mexico.

The bride is employed at Community Hospital of McCook and the bridegroom is employed at Wagner Ford Mercury Toyota. They are making their home in McCook.