Petty-Dreiling exchange wedding vows in Oklahoma on March 4

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Mr. and Mrs. Lakin Dreiling


Mr. and Mrs. Lakin Dreiling

Marissa Lauren Petty and Lakin James Dreiling were united in marriage on March 4, 2017, at the chapel at 81 Ranch, Enid, Okla., with the reception following at the Heartland Place at 81 Ranch, with Mr. Brian Faust officiating.

Parents of the bride are Billy and Jan Petty, Okarche, Okla. Grandparents of the bride are Frank and Betty Borelli, Okarche, and Virginia Petty, Okarche, and the late Max Petty.

Matron of Honor was Meggan Whitsitt, sister of the bride, Enid, Okla. 

Bridesmaids were Acacia Strube, friend of the bride, Tulsa, Okla.; Aubrey Weaver, friend of the bride, Charleston, S.C.; Megan Dirks, sister of the groom, Scott City; Jordan Dreiling, sister-in-law of the groom, Scott City; and Keisha Ott, friend of the bride, Enid, Okla.

Parents of the groom are Doug and Denise Dreiling, Scott City. Grandparents of the groom are Dennis and Shirley Huck, Coldwater, and the late Ralph and Anna Dreiling, Larned.

Bestman was Logan Dreiling, brother of the groom, Scott City.

Groomsmen were Aaron Dirks, brother-in-law of the groom, Scott City; Dylan Glunz, friend of the groom, Scott City; Ross Strube, friend of the groom, Tulsa, Okla.; Ethan Gechter, friend of the groom, Kansas City; and Elijah Petty, brother-in-law of the groom, Fayetteville, Ark.

Flower girls were Devon and Micah Dreiling and Maddyn Dirks, all nieces of the groom, Scott City.

Ring bearer was Brogan Dirks, nephew of the groom, Scott City.

Guest book attendant was Katie Morford, cousin of the bride, Ft. Worth, Tex.

Ushers were Brandon Ming, San Antonio, Tex.; Aaron Rosin, Scott City; and Robby Strube, Scott City, all friends of the groom.

The bride wore a vintage pearl and crystal beading on alencon lace appliques over Chantilly lace onto an organza and tulle flounced V-neck mermaid gown with a chapel train. It was complemented by a chapel-length veil tipped in crystal trim.

Her bouquet consisted of a colorful array of spring flowers.

For something old, a lace handkerchief belonging to her great-great-Aunt Lucille Bixler was wrapped at the base of the bouquet; something new, the bride’s dress; something borrowed, her sister, Meggan Whitsitt’s veil; and something blue, the bride’s garter.

The chapel was decorated by an arbor made by the bride’s father. Her uncle, David Youngblood, decorated the chapel. The cedar beam arbor was adorned across the top, front and sides with a colorful, fragrant array of spring flowers including freesia, ranunculas, dahlias, garden roses, spirit roses, oriental lilies, blue hydrangeas, fresh forsythia and other flowers. A crystal chandelier hung from the center of the arbor.

The bride’s father built a chalkboard easel that welcomed guests to the wedding. A mix of spring flowers decorated the top of the easel.

A four-tiered traditional bride’s cake in vanilla, strawberry and lemon flavors was served with the groom’s chocolate cake, decorated in fondant that reflected the groom’s favorite sports teams, including the Kansas University Jayhawks and the Kansas City Chiefs.

A special treat of blueberry, strawberry, coconut, chocolate, cinnamon and glazed cake donuts were offered to the guests and displayed on silver cake stands with hanging crystals.

A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents at the Oakwood Country Club in Enid.

The couple is planning to honeymoon in Canada in June.


They will reside in Holcomb. 

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