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Brightwell, Dorsey wed in May ceremony

Published: Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 7:48 a.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 8:48 a.m. CDT

Kaitlin Marie Brightwell and Cory Scott Dorsey, both of Waukee, were married May 17 at Penn Avenue Wedding Chapel in Greenfield.

The bride is the daughter of Doug and Benita Brightwell of Creston. The groom is the son of Rebecca Dorsey of Greenfield.

The Rev. George Hoerman of Corning officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony.

Maid of honor was Emma Brightwell, sister of the bride, of Creston. Bridesmaids were Liz Foltz of Indianola, Ashley Davidson of Urbandale, Caitlynne Muntrath of Omaha, Neb., Liz O’Kane of Mankato, Minn., and Brianna Frey of Creston.

Flower girls were Brynn Brown, niece of the groom, MaKaela Simpson, Raegan Simpson and Lauren Simpson, all nieces of the bride.

Best man was Steven McFarland of Greenfield. Groomsmen were Jared Baier of Ames, Lance McFarland, Brett Stender, Josh Oder and Jared Markman, all of Greenfield.

Ushers were Kristopher Brightwell and Mickeal Brightwell, cousins of the bride, both of Council Bluffs.

Flowers were bright yellow and pink calla lilies.

A reception was held after the ceremony at the 4-H building at Adair County Fairgrounds in Greenfield. Honored guests were Audrey McManus of Creston, grandmother of the bride, Katherine Wolfe and Norman Wolfe, grandparents of the groom, both of Stuart, and Gail Smith Page of North Carolina, godmother of the bride.

Refreshments were served by Arlinda Abell and Bonnie Brown, both of Creston, and Rita Mikkelsen of Nevinville.

The bride will graduate in July 2015 with a certified medical assistance degree. She is currently employed at ChildServe in Johnston.

The groom will graduate in May 2015 with a degree in criminal justice. He is currently employed at RJ Lawn Service in Waukee.

The couple will reside in Waukee.

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