Adria Julia Edmonds and Ryan Daniel Hunter of Kansas City, Mo., were married Sept. 17, 2005, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Kansas City, Mo. Pastor Brian Maas was officiant.
The bride is the daughter of Ellis and Kathy Edmonds, Leavenworth. She graduated from Lansing High School in 1997 and from Kansas State University in 2002 with a degree in architecture. She is employed by Rafael Architects, Kansas City, Mo.
The groom is the son of Joseph and Dee Ora Hunter, Peculiar, Mo. He graduated from Raymore-Peculiar High School in 1997 and from Kansas State University in 2002 with a degree in architecture. He is employed by Helix Architecture and Design, Kansas City, Mo.
The bride was escorted down the aisle by her father to "Canon in D" by string trio. Lindsay Lones, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jessica Troester, cousin of the bride, Lindsey Gardner and Andrea Bryant.
Chris Jimenez served as best man. Groomsmen were Rob Hunter, Nick Curtis and Andrew Garten. Ellison and John Edmonds, brothers of the bride, Malachi Lones, brother-in-law of the bride, and Dave Bagot served as ushers.
The ushers, along with groomsman Nick Curtis sang in a group during the ceremony. Laura Endersbe, cousin of the groom, was a soloist.
Flower girls were Brooklyn and Brianna Grell, cousins of the bride, and Ashley Hentschel, cousin of the groom. Candle lighters were Courtney Fleenor and Connor Twombly, cousins of the bride.
Pastor William Say of St. Martin Lutheran Church was the Scripture reader. Guest book attendants were Kendra Stoehr, cousin of the bride and Alisha Garten, cousin of the groom.
An outdoor reception was held in the Carriage Pavilion at Union Station, Kansas City, Mo., following the ceremony. Joanne and Lee Stoehr and Jay and Sally Garten were hosts.
The couple honeymooned in California.
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