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Remi and Adam Peterson, October 8, 2022

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Remi (Burns) Peterson, 24, graduated from Emporia State University in 2021 with a bachelors in business administration. After working for her family’s pharmacy business as merchandising director, she is now the assistant administrator and a lead teacher for a new day care center in their hometown.

Adam Peterson, 29, graduated from Anderson County High School and went to work helping his father run their family farm just outside of Greeley, Kansas. He’s also a partner with his father-in-law in a small cattle and longhorn operation. He and Remi live in Garnett, Kansas, with their dogs Roxie, Trigger, Gunner and Colt, and enjoy spending time outdoors, hunting and fishing.
Remi and Adam met through a mutual friend, Garrett Scott, seven years ago. Garrett also had the honor of serving as best man.

“Adam proposed while we were on a trip to Colorado with our friends and family,” Remi recalls. “It was one of the last days we were there when he got down on one knee and totally took me by surprise! Having my family with me when he proposed made it even more special.”

The blissful couple tied the knot October 8, 2022, on Remi’s family property under the same arbor under which her older sister was married. Maid of honor was Cambree Burns; bridesmaids were Chelsii Fountain, Chelsea Doherty, Olivia Burns, Cheyenne Eddings, Mackenzie Lutz and Kinlee Jones. Garrett Scott served as best man; groomsmen were Austin Alcorn, Dakota Ferguson, Dakota

Welsh, Michael Mader and Sam Pitts. Quinnlyn Doherty and Madison Hofmann served as flower girls, and ring bearers were Roman Fountain and Chase Hofmann.

“We got married on my family’s farm, ROCCEM Ranch,” Remi says of their wedding day. “The sprawling 300 acres of timber and pasture provided the perfect backdrop for our special day. We said our vows outside under an arbor built by my brother-in-law for their wedding nine years before. As a close friend serenaded our family and friends on acoustic guitar, our happy hour got the evening started and included a two-horse trailer that same friend helped us transform into a bar trailer to serve drinks from. Having signature drinks named after each our dogs and served in souvenir cups personalized with their pictures, happy hour turned out to be everything we wanted it to be! Surrounded by 350 friends and family that evening, we shared great food, priceless moments together and danced the night away until our fireworks filled exit as husband and wife.”

Remi and Adam will take their honeymoon at a later time. As farmers, the couple worked around harvest for their wedding, and they will enjoy their special trip at just the right time for them.


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