Wedding: Lucas-Simmons

10/20/2012

Hope Lucas and Damon Simmons, both of Lawrence, were married June 9, 2012, in a double-ring ceremony at the historic Taylor Barn in Lawrence.

Hope Lucas and Damon Simmons, both of Lawrence, were married June 9, 2012, in a double-ring ceremony at the historic Taylor Barn in Lawrence.

The bride is the daughter of R.W. and Cathy Lucas of Sublette. Her grandparents are Ron and Shirley Lucas of Satanta; and Larry and Bette Haverfield of Russell Springs.

The groom is the son of Chris and Denise Russom of Sublette; and James and Bonnie Simmons of Dodge City. His grandparents are Clayton and Lenora Buller of Sublette; Jim and Clara Russom of Sublette; and Glen and Vera Simmons of Tonkawa, Okla.

Maid of honor was Misha Rhone of El Dorado. Bridesmaid was Teri Ross of Perry.

Best man was Marine Corp. Jeremy Keeney of Cherry Point, N.C. Groomsmen was Colby Bucl of Manhattan.

The flower girl was Destiny Russom, the groom's sister.

Ushers were Spencer Lucas, the bride's brother; and Brett Holloway.

Music selections included "The Wedding March," which the groom's brother, Dante Simmons, played on the guitar. Prairie Acre Band from Lawrence performed "My Heart's Own Love." After the ceremony, the band played old-time music during an outdoor brunch.

The bride is a senior at the University of Kansas, majoring in art history and speech, language and hearing.

The groom is a senior at the University of Kansas, majoring in anthropology.

Following a honeymoon in Sedona, Ariz., the newlyweds are at home in Lawrence.

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