Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

December 5, 2012

Ainsworth-Narramore Wedding


Corsicana Daily Sun

Corsicana — Kelsey Lynn Ainsworth and Sean Andrew Narramore were united in marriage on July 21, 2012, in an evening ceremony at Camp Forrest in Kerens, with Judge Kirby Hill and Don Tyra officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Hank and Cindy Bailey of Corsicana and the granddaughter of Floyd and Kathy Henderson of Kerens, and Emmazell Bailey of Corsicana. The groom is the son of Ray and Linda Riley of Waskom, and the grandson of Ralph and Aline Moffatt of Kansas City, Rex Narramore of Mt. Pleasant, and Marge Riley of Shreveport.

The bride was given in marriage by her parents, and escorted by her father. They entered the white wedding chapel through an archway of grapevine. The bride chose a sweetheart a-line ivory satin gown with a fitted bodice and carried a rose bouquet of various shades of pink tied with burlap and twine. She wore a jeweled crystal headpiece tied with an ivory ribbon in her hair.

Maids of honor were Kelsey Blackmon from Tyler, Jana Nance from Quitman, both friends of the bride, and Heather Riley, the groom’s sister from Marshall. They wore brown satin dresses in similar styles and carried pink rose bouquets similar to the bride’s. The flower girl, Sawyer Riley from Waskom, niece of the groom, wore a watermelon-colored satin dress and carried a brown metal pail with hot pink rose petals.

Groomsmen were Casey Narramore from Waskom, brother of the groom, Pete Landis of Tyler, best friend of the groom, and P.J. Hay from Waskom, friend of the groom.

After the wedding a reception was held in the log cabin-styled hall, with a dinner and dance. The bride’s cake was a three-tier Italian Cream Cake with a rustic “N” as the cake topper. The groom’s cake was a two-layer tuxedo cake topped with a metal star.

Guests were registered from Corsicana, Kerens, Waskom, Tyler, Houston, Teague, Louisiana, Kansas City and many places in between.

On the eve of the wedding, a rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Riley. Camp Forrest was a great venue for the rehearsal dinner and the wedding and reception.

The newly-wedded couple departed through a shower of sparklers for a honeymoon to South Padre. Sean and Kelsey will make their home in Lindale, where Sean is employed by Express Energy and Kelsey is employed at the Mineola ISD as a teacher and coach.