Miss Bush marries Mr Buerster in an outdoor ceremony in Columbus – Reuters

Miss Bush hugs Mr Buerster in an outdoor ceremony in Columbus

Posted 10:13 a.m. on Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Kay Elizabeth Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lane Bush of Bainbridge, Georgia, married Shane Michael Buerster on April 23, 2022.

The bride is the granddaughter of Patsy Kay Taylor Bush of Colquitt, Georgia.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Edmund Buerster of Pooler, Georgia and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Adams of Savannah, Georgia and Mrs. Eleanor Nadine Buerster of Salem, Illinois.

The couple tied the knot in a beautiful outdoor ceremony in the gardens by the Chattahoochee River at the Bibb Mill Event Center. The couple got married under a handmade wooden arbor created by the bride and her father. The arbor flowers were given in loving memory of the bride’s grandparents, Mr. Joseph Onlice Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Heidt Fortson Neal, III and the groom’s grandfather and uncle, Mr. Delbert Joseph Buerster and Mr. William Joseph Bürster.

Dr. Craig Thomas McMahan officiated, while the Columbus State University Schwob School of Music String Quartet performed.

Miss Sarah Margaret Bush and Miss Taylor Lane Bush, the bride’s two sisters served as bridesmaids, alongside Miss Candace Rebekah Cook. Other attendants were Ally DelGuidice-Bove, Madison Brooke Buerster, the groom’s sister, Emma Taylor Patterson and Karlee Suzanne Windmiller.

Abigail McKinley Callins and Elizabeth Patricia Norman, the bride’s cousin, both served as junior bridesmaids. Laney Leigh Phillips served as flowergirl.

The bridesmaids wore full-length blue chiffon formal dresses and carried bouquets of various white and blue flowers, while the bride wore a full-length white A-line evening gown with a modest train and floor-length veil . She carried a bouquet of white roses and hydrangeas with special tokens woven into the handle – sixpence from her maternal great-grandmother, a small red bird symbolizing her maternal grandmother, and a silver charm borrowed from her great-grandmother. – paternal mother.

Eric Michael Bailey was the best man. The other participants were Carter William Canady, Dr. David Randall Harshbarger, Antonio Terrell Mitchell, Robert Benjamin West and Carter Anthony Varga.

Joel Franklin Rene Calliins, Phillip Matthew Hughes Jr., Heidt Neal Norman, cousin of the bride, and Wyatt Sandford West served as ushers.

The bride’s cousins, Master Hughes Thomas Neal and Master Lyle Thomas Neal were both ring bearers.

The couple thanked everyone for traveling to Columbus to celebrate with them and for their continued support and guidance over the years as they plan to settle into this new chapter of their lives.

Robert M. Larson