The Umlauf Sculpture Garden in Austin, Texas was the setting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 25, for the wedding of Kelley Christine Lane and Reiner Larkin Hershaw. Dalton Lane, uncle of the bride, officiated.
The parents of the bride are Cheryl and Dr Milton Lane of Little Rock. Granddaughter of the late Carol and Jim Francis and the late Mabel and David Lane.
The groom is the son of Marcia and Cameron Hershaw of Clarkston, Washington, and the grandson of the late Peggy and Ralph Hershaw and the late Lucile and Howard Succo.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore a sleeveless dress of lace and chiffon. The bodice, with a deep V-neckline, was made of lace over a light champagne lining. The chiffon skirt extended to a sweep train. She was carrying a bouquet of white and orange peonies, dahlias, ranunculus, olive twigs, ornamental St. John’s wort and eucalyptus.
Her sister, Kim Lane of Conway, and Tiffany Coyle of Camp Hill, Pa. The bridesmaids were Courtney Bass of Brooklyn, NY; Taylor Brumbelow of Fayetteville; Emily Day from Fort Collins, Colorado; Abby Rainwater of Little Rock; Kensey Berry from Portland, Oregon; Kelsey Parsons of College Station, Texas; and Shelby Owens of Dover. They wore paprika-colored dresses in a variety of styles and carried bouquets of white and orange dahlias, buttercups, olive branches, ornamental St. John’s wort, and eucalyptus.
The Flower Girls were Madrona Bartholow of Bow, Wash., And Sadie Coyle of Camp Hill. The bearers of the ring were Santiago Bruno from Cosenza, Italy; and Hudson Coyle of Camp Hill.
The best man was Steve Johnson of Oklahoma City. The groomsmen were CJ Miller of Oceanside, California; Rob Squires from Kailua, Hawaii; Kenny Joseph of Hampstead, North Carolina; Sam Ojserkis of Linwood, NJ; Mike Pegorin and CG Niquette, both of Austin, Texas; and Jake Greenfield of San Antonio. The guests were seated by Bow’s Matt Bartholow; Luigi Bruno from Cosenza; Ryan Coyle of Camp Hill; and Aaron Duvall and Gabe Duvall, both of Conway.
A reception, also in the garden, followed the ceremony. Three long rows of dining tables were decorated with olive branches and votive candles. The music was by the Groove Knight group.
The bride graduated from Hendrix College with a BA in International Relations and Studio Art. She holds an MA in Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Austin Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. She is a senior consultant in government innovation at Deloitte Consulting.
The groom holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Washington, Seattle, where he was a member of the varsity rowing team for four years and a national rowing champion. He also holds a master’s degree in public affairs from the University of Texas at Austin. He is the director of the infrastructure operations division at the City of Austin Public Works.
The couple will be living in Austin after a honeymoon in France.