Kayla Ewing and Brennan Lamp

Kayla Ewing and Brennan Lamp

Kayla Marie Ewing and Brennan David Lamp were married Aug. 12, 2016 at a beach ceremony in Outer Banks, N.C. Jessica Trippett, a family friend and ordained minister, officiated the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Loren and Beverly Ewing of Marietta. She is the granddaughter of Glen “Skeeter” and Rosemary Weckbacher and Aunekia and the late Howard Ewing, all of Marietta. The groom is the son of David and Tonda Lamp of Newport. He is the grandson of James and the late Patricia Lamp and Janila and the late Robert Theobald, all of Newport.

The attire for the wedding was beach casual. Kayla wore a white, chiffon strapless dress, as she carried a bouquet of bright pink roses. Brennan wore a white linen button down shirt and khaki shorts. The couple were barefoot as they wed.

Matron of honor was Alisha Rook, sister of the bride, and maid of honor was Shayla Lamp, sister of the groom. They both wore charcoal grey strapless dresses and carried bouquets of white hydrangea. Best man was Mitchell McKay, cousin of the groom, accompanied with Devin Binegar, friend of the groom.

A reception followed at a beach house with music and socializing. The evening ended with the bride and groom jumping in the pool in their wedding attire.

The bride is a 2007 graduate of Marietta High School, a 2011 graduate of Washington State Community College, and 2016 graduate of The Ohio State University. She is currently in graduate school at The Ohio State University, completing her master’s degree in social work in May 2017. She works part-time as a pharmacy technician at Kroger in Reynoldsburg. The groom is a 2007 graduate of Frontier High school and a 2011 graduate of Washington State Community College. He is a manager for Advantage Food and Beverage in Columbus.

The couple resides in Blacklick with their pets, Shaddix, Joplin, and Rosie.


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