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Lindsey & Cody: A Traditional Wedding in Medora, ND

  • Deborah Kates, Mandan, ND
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Lindsey & Cody in Medora, ND
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To create their escort cards, the couple used snippets of paper and fabric in an Acanthus print by Amy Butler. They hung the cards from a large branchy centerpiece at the reception.
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Lindsey carried all of her favorite flowers in her bouquet -- peonies, ruffled tulips, and orchids -- in white and shades of pink.
Joey Coty, Memories by Joey, Dickinson, ND
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Lindsey’s bridesmaids carried fuchsia flowers that coordinated with the bridal bouquet.
Joey Coty, Memories by Joey, Dickinson, ND
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Lindsey’s bridesmaids wore olive green, taffeta gowns with matching shawls. Cody’s groomsmen dressed in brown tuxedos that were accented with green button mum and orchid boutonnieres.
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Cody and Lindsey said their vows in front of a roaring fireplace. An arrangement of lilies decorated the mantel in honor of Cody’s grandmother, Lillie, who was unable to make the wedding.
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Lindsey found the idea for her centerpieces in a home decorating magazine and was thrilled when her florist was able to duplicate the design.
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In addition to a traditional wedding cake, Lindsey and Cody ordered small one-tiered cakes for each reception table as centerpieces. The 30 cakes included the bride’s favorite flavor, coconut cream-cheese pound cake with lemon curd filling, and the groom’s favorite, chocolate pound cake with chocolate ganache filling.
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The couple’s guest book was actually a scrapbook from Lindsey’s favorite Amy Butler line of products. To make it into a guest book, she added lined paper featuring an olive engraver’s typeface.
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As a keepsake, each guest received an engagement photo of the couple printed with their monogram on a circle of vellum. The photos were tied with ribbon and used as napkin holders on the reception tables.

Lindsey & Cody in Medora, ND

When Lindsay’s best friend came back from a trip in Europe, she brought her something better than a souvenir -- the name of a guy who’d be perfect for Lindsay. Her friend was right about them, and after three months of long-distance conversations, the two met face-to-face and started dating. The Bride Lindsey Kubischta, 23, epidemiologist The Groom Cody VanderBusch, 25, petroleum engineer The Date February 21 Nearly six years later, Lindsey was accepted to graduate school in Minneapolis, over 500 miles away from Cody. With Cody’s support, she made the difficult decision to attend graduate school and work through a long-distance relationship. That fall, after a long day of moving Lindsey into her new apartment, Cody knelt down and proposed, promising that after Lindsey’s two years of school, the two would have forever to catch up.
- Bethany Porter
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  • Deborah Kates, Mandan, ND
  • Joey Coty, Memories by Joey, Dickinson, ND

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