Kellena Jaine Rogers and Brian Robert Barchus were united in marriage Nov. 11, 2011, in Fair Play, S.C., at Fair Play Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Debbie Foster officiated the double-ring ceremony.
Kellena is the daughter of Kim and Tawna Rogers, of Townville, S.C., and formerly Athens.
Brian is the son of Joe and Lorrie Barchus of Tiffin.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white, satin Maggie Sottero gown with a crystal and pearl encrusted bodice, lace-up corset back and sweep train. She had laced cap sleeves and embellished the gown with personal brooches to accent the pickups. The bride wore dogwood flowers in her hair and carried a bouquet of dogwoods, gardenias, white wisteria, tiger daylilies, magnolias, ivy and ferns.
Allison Purcell of Athens was her best friend's maid of honor. She wore a knee-length, green, strapless satin dress, accented with a brown satin belt. She carried a smaller bouquet of the bridal bouquet with blue accents. Bridesmaid was Rachael Barchus of Tiffin, sister of the groom, and she wore a knee-length, blue, strapless satin dress with a brown satin belt and her bouquet was accented with green flowers.
The flower girl was Lacey Barchus, niece of the groom.
The best man was Arron Denniger of Columbia, S.C., and formerly Tiffin. Groomsman was Cole Rumschlag of Tiffin, cousin of the groom.
Ringbearer was Dylan Maple of Amelia, cousin of the bride.
Kellena attended Ohio University and Hocking College and is a veterinarian assistant at Magnolia Animal Hospital, Anderson, S.C.
Brian is a 2007 graduate of Hocking College with degrees in Wildlife and Natural Resource Management. He is a salesman at Yoder's Building Supply, Fair Play, S.C.
The newlyweds reside in Townville, S.C.