The bride is the daughter of Mark and Kelly Anderson of Cimarron. She is the granddaughter of Jerry and Darlene Anderson of Cimarron; and Jim and Georgie Kofford of Wichita.
Parents of the groom are Dale and Chris Pacey of Lincoln. He is the grandson of Edgar Eck and the late Carol Eck of Salina; and the late Laurence and Eunice Pacey of Clay Center.
Matron of honor was Dayna Campbell of Shawnee. Bridesmaids were Jennifer Burns of College Station, Texas; Nicole Jeter of Cimarron; and Jessica Parish of Jetmore.
Best man was Austin Pacey, the groom's brother from Hillmar, Calif. Groomsmen were Cade Pacey of Casper, Wyo., and Landon Pacey of Manhattan, brothers of the groom; and Kyle Anderson, the bride's brother from Wichita.
Flower girls were Makena Grant, the bride's cousin from Lawrence; and Katie Gentry, the groom's cousin from Salina. The ringbearer was Teagan Gentry, the groom's cousin from Albuquerque, N.M.
Serving as ushers were Kendall Pacey of Norman, Okla., and Luke Brummer of Chicago, cousins of the groom.
Vocalists were Carrie Conant of Olathe; and Clinton Conant of Cimarron. Pianist was Brooke Coffey of Gardner. Guitarist was Jesse Vanley of Cimarron.
Scripture readers were Lenny and Janelle Pacey, the groom's uncle and aunt from Beloit. Programs were handed out by Rylee Cox, the groom's goddaughter from Salina; and Minnette Kofford, the bride's cousin from Wichita. The guest book was attended by Cori Eck, the groom's aunt from Wichita.
A reception, dinner and dance followed the ceremony at Magouirk Conference Center, Dodge City.
The bride graduated from Cimarron High School and Mid America Nazarene University. She is employed as a registered nurse at Manor of the Plains, Dodge City.
The groom graduated from Lincoln High School and Kansas State University. He is employed by Forget-Me-Not-Farms, Cimarron.
After a honeymoon trip to Costa Rica, the couple has made their home in Cimarron.