Couple exchange wedding vows
Chelsea Anderson, originally of Ainsworth, and Travis Septer, originally from Lockridge, and both from Eddyville, were married Sept. 2, 2012, at Marr Park in Ainsworth. Officiant Stephanie Laverman performed the 5 p.m. ceremony.
Chelsea is the daughter of Steve and Rita Anderson of Ainsworth. Travis is the son of Brian and Kristen Septer of Lockridge and Gordon and Lisa Heady of Fairfield.
The bride's gown was made of ivory satin and lace with ruching and beading at the midsection, a sweetheart neckline and chapel-length train. She wore an ivory flower in her hair. The bridal bouquet, wrapped in burlap, was arranged with purple, orange and yellow roses along with lime green button mums. The bride wore a diamond bracelet, a gift from the groom.
Brittany Anderson of Long Prairie, Minn., was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Stephanie Laverman of Hills, Bailey Anderson of Ainsworth, Sheena Heitmeier of Westfield,Wis., and Kayla Septer of Lockridge. Taelyn Finger of West Bend, Wis., was the flower girl.
The groom was attired in a dark brown tuxedo, with a burnt orange vest, a striped brown and orange tie and he wore an orange rose boutonniere with a burlap accent.
Jacob Lawson of Fairfield was the best man. The ring bearer was Landon Heitmeier of Westfield, Wis.
The bridal colors were the colors of fall — green, brown, orange and maroon.
Bailey Anderson was the soloist.
A reception was held at the Ainsworth Opera House. Special guests were Bill and Janet Anderson, Richard and Ardeth Hildreth, David and Paul Hesier, Margaret Conger, Gordon and Linda Heady and Sandie Allen.
The bride will graduate from Central College in May 2013, with a degree in business management and administration degree. She graduated from Washington High School in 2007.
The groom graduated from Fairfield High School in 2004 and from Northwest Iowa Community College in 2006. He is an electrician at Cargill in Eddyville.
The couple live in Eddyville.