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Posted: Friday, January 25, 2019 9:09 pm

Brynn Madison Green and Jacob Michael Saye were married in a double-ring ceremony on Dec. 15 in Mound Valley. Marty Warren, a very special pastor, teacher, coach and family friend, officiated the 4:30 p.m. nuptials.

Shawn and Jill Carter, close friends and wedding planners, took care of every special little detail and made it a memorable and beautiful day for the couple.

Brynn is the daughter of Eddie and Lori Green of Altamont and the granddaughter of Larry and Judy Myers, also of Altamont, Mary Green of Frontenac and Larry Green of Edna. Jacob is the son of Quintin and Michelle Saye of Dennis and the grandson of Doyle and Mariam Saye, also of Dennis, and Arley Journot of Parsons.

Brittany Sparks was her sister’s maid of honor and Devin Saye was his brother’s best man.

The bridesmaids were Loren Lay, Jamie Robinson, Trisha Myers, Ali Diskin and Shelby Shultz, all friends of the bride.

The groomsmen were Cole Saye, brother of the groom, and friends Matthew Volmer, Justin Myers, Kaleb Stice and Briar Saye, cousin of the groom. 

The ushers for the evening were Matthew Green, brother of the bride, Brandon Sparks, brother-in-law of the bride, and Colton Rankins, friend of the bride and groom.

The flower girls were Blakelee and Brystol Sparks and Gretchen Green, all nieces of the bride. 

The guests were treated to dinner, dancing, a s’more and a hot chocolate bar. 

Brynn and Jacob Saye are 2014 graduates of Labette County High School. Brynn is a nurse at Labette Health and Jacob works for USD 506 in the maintenance department. 

The couple took a wedding trip to Cabos San Lucas, Mexico.

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