Larry and Lisa Wyse of Richmond, are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Courtney LeeAnn Wyse to Kurtis Christian Wayne Surls, son of Michaela Surls of Richmond.
The couple wed at the First Baptist Church in Richmond on June 7, 2008, officiated by Pastor Brad Chandler.
Given in marriage by her parents, the bride’s bouquet was made of light blue hydrangeas and white roses by Main Street Floral.
The bride’s aunt, Lorri Dungy and the mother of the bride, Lisa Wyse, decorated the church and reception hall. During the ceremony, Brian Shank sang, “Everything I Do,” and “I Want to be Your Everything.”
The maid of honor was Kimberly Wyse-Staley, cousin of the bride who wore a strapless black gown and carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas. Bridesmaids were cousins Amber Alderson and Sara Wyse; high school friend Elizabeth Gill; and childhood friend Cindy Theisen. The bridesmaids also wore black strapless gowns and carried bouquets of white hydrangeas.
Candlelighters were Kane Southwick and Calab Benhart.
Flower girls were the groom’s cousins Brenna, 7, and Leah Novitski, 3. They wore white gowns with black sashes. Ring bearer was family friend Kyle Day.
The bestman was also the best friend of the groom, Paul Staley. Groomsmen were the groom’s brother Ryan Merideth; the bride’s brother Dylan Wyse; the bride’s cousin Aaron Trindle; and friend Nathan Alderson.
Ushers were Kane Southwick, Calab Benhart and Zach McGill.
The reception was held at the Richmond Shrine Club.
Assistants were Marilyn Disney, Glenda Reynolds and the bride and groom’s family for the rehearsal dinner.
“My Little Girl,” by country singer Tim McGraw, was the music played during the father-daughter dance. The first dance by the bride and groom was “Making Memories of Us,” by Keith Urban.
The couple honeymooned in Las Vegas.