Kimberly Adank and Mark BevierJuly 31, 2013
Kimberly Adank and Mark Bevier, both of Seattle, Wash., exchanged wedding vows at 5 p.m. PDT Saturday, June 15, 2013. Pat Stimac officiated in Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle.
Roger and JoAnne Adank of Dyer and John and Donna Bevier of Raleigh, N.C., are parents of the couple.
Mr. Adank gave his daughter in marriage. The bride chose a white gown with embellished lace and Swarovski crystals, a bead-encrusted neckline, a corset-style back and a fitted, A-line skirt. A satin asymmetrical band wrapped the waist.
Katy Ward of San Angelo, Texas, and Emily Bomersback of New Orleans, La., were bridesmaids.
The bridesmaids wore above-the-knee gowns of organic green silk taffeta with fitted bodices.
Groomsmen were Jason Bevier of Cary, N.C., and Mike Lannarone of Chicago, Ill.
The mother of the bride chose a full-length sage green dress with a fitted bodice and rhinestone accents. Mrs. Bevier wore a long plum gown with sequins.
A reception followed at the arboretum.
The couple is at home in Seattle.
The bride is a graduate of Lake Central High School at Dyer, Purdue University and Western Washington University. She is a development manager at Conservation Northwest. Mr. Bevier graduated from Jasper High School and Purdue University. He is a senior consultant at Avanade.
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