Whitney Lauren Teeter of Johnson City and Brian Anthony Berglund of Syracuse were married Aug. 13, 2011, at Johnson United Methodist Church in Johnson City. The Rev. John Teeter, the bride's brother, officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Monty and Becky Teeter of Johnson City. Her grandparents are Shirley Kuriyama of Amarillo, Texas; the late Albert Kuriyama; and the late Melvin and Katie Teeter of Ulysses.

Parents of the groom are Ronald and Joann Berglund of Syracuse. He is the grandson of the late Bill and Ruth Berglund of Albion, Neb.; and the late Chris, Pauline and Thelma Siffring of Rising City, Neb.

Maid of honor was Taylor Ramirez of Garden City. Honorary bridesmaid was Cassie Teeter, the bride's sister-in-law from Johnson City. Bridesmaids were Kristen Cook of Denver; Kelsey Thompson and Claudia Saenz, both of Garden City; and Lexy Teeter, the bride's cousin from Ulysses.

Best man was Walter Welch of Syracuse. Best little man was Stryker Berglund of Garden City, the son of the bride and groom. Groomsmen were Tanner Reed, Albert Garcia, Dillon Kohman and Price Hatcher, all of Syracuse.

Candlelighters were the groom's cousins, Lyssi and Addi Dirkschneider of Fremont, Neb. Flower girl was Macee Teeter, the bride's niece from Johnson City. The ringbearers were Kael Teeter, the bride's nephew from Johnson City; and Quincy Sierra, the bride's son from Garden City.

Serving as ushers were Brent Parks, Zach Brucker and Rope Vernon, all of Syracuse.

Wynn Cockrum of Johnson City was the organist. Music selections included "Canon in D" and "Wedding March." Soloists were Brooke Burgan of St. John, and Bryan Moser of Syracuse, accompanied by guitarist Will Brown of Syracuse, performing "Two is Better Than One." A pre-recorded song, "You're My Only Little Girl," was sung by the bride and her father. Her father also sang "The Lord's Prayer."

Guest book attendant was Judith Zimmerman of Garden City.

The ceremony was followed by a reception, dinner and dance, given by the couple's parents. Reception hostesses were Pam Meile and Chloe Teeter, the bride's aunts from Ulysses; Michelle Turner, the bride's godmother from Holcomb; and Rosemary Wilkerson of Johnson City.

After a honeymoon cruise to the Bahamas, the couple is at home in Garden City, where they both are employed with Teeter Irrigation Inc.