NORMAN — Quincee Taylor Cornelsen, of Norman, and Aaron Thomas Dossey, of Okmulgee, exchanged wedding vows June 29, 2013, at McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church in Norman. Pastor Randy Wade officiated at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Rex and Lori Cornelsen, of Norman.
Parents of the groom are Dennis and Sherry Dossey, of Okmulgee.
The bride wore an ivory, strapless, fit and flare gown featuring a sweetheart neckline and soft all-over lace with a chapel-length train. Her bouquet was made with succulents, garden roses, dusty miller, billy balls, lavender, scabiosa pods and baby’s breath.
Maid of honor was Allison Miller, of Edmond.
Bridesmaids were Sabrina DuFran, Ashley Cornelsen, Katie Pontius and Elizabeth Carlton, all of Norman; Allison Entzel, of Fort Worth, Texas; Blondell Polson, of Tahlequah; Megan Deavors, of Lawton; Caitlin Reagan, of Lowell, Ark.; and Rachel Lunn, of Nashville, Tenn.
Best men were Stephen Dossey and Brian Dossey, both of Okmulgee.
Groomsmen were Braden Driver, of Morris; Nick Grimmett, of Beggs; Kyle Decker, of Stillwell; Eddie Cunningham, of Collinsville; Clancy Fairless, of Smithville; Daniel Edwards, of Tahlequah; Trevor Cornelsen, of Norman; and Wyatt Musgrove and Josh Pridmore, both of Tulsa.
Music was provided by Jessica and Laura Stafford, both of Katy, Texas.
Candlelighters were Gabby Devero and Grace Devero, both of Ft. Smith, Ark. Also, the bride’s cousins formed a 17-piece angel bell choir.
A reception was hosted in the Molly Shi Boren Ballroom at the OU Student Union.
The couple spent their honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico.
The bride is a 2006 graduate of Norman High School. She graduated from the University of Arkansas in Ft. Smith, Ark., in 2010.
The groom is a 2006 graduate of Okmulgee High School. He graduated from Northeastern State University in 2010.
The couple will make their home in Mammoth Spring, Ark.