Introducing the Lambs


Miss Kelsey Sellers and Mr. Ryder Lamb met at 5 p.m. at Swainsboro Golf & Country Club in Swainsboro on Saturday, September 25, to swap vows and become one.


The new Mrs. Lamb is a 21-year-old native of Swainsboro. She is the daughter of Dwayne and Michelle Hart and Rodney and Nicole Sellers. Her grandparents include Randy and Glenda Wilkerson, Laure and the late Barney Mason, and the late Michael Williams.


Mr. Lamb, on the other hand, is 23-years-old and is also from Swainsboro. His parents are Dan and Deidra Lamb, and his grandparents are Mickey and Janice Tanner, Bonnie Lamb, and the late Daniel Lamb.


Jim Harrell officiated the ceremony.


Included in the wedding party were: maid of honor Lilly Scott, the bride’s sister; best man Chace Ellison, the groom’s best friend; bridesmaids Laynie Scott and Jayley Hart, the bride’s sisters; Bree Wilson, best friend of the bride; Madisen Rich, the bride’s cousin; and groomsmen Blake Akridge, Chris Jukes, Jed Davis and Willie Hardiman. Flower girls were Everleigh Lamb, daughter of bride and groom, and Chanler Sellers, sister of the bride. Kallex Hart, nephew of bride and groom, was the ring bearer.


Mrs. Lamb selected an ivory, traditional dress with lace and a button-up back. The back was low-cut and ended with a long lace train with a beautiful matching veil beading down the sides. The dress was spaghetti-strap and embellished with the same beads as the veil.


Wedding planning went incredibly smoothly, thanks to the bride’s “Nanny,” Glenda Wilkerson, who did all the decorating and made sure everything was done in a timely manner. The new wife’s says by the time the wedding rolled around, all she and her groom had to do was show up.


While planning, the bride-to-be chose navy, dusty rose, burgundy, and ivory as colors to make her day pop.


Her bridal party was dressed to match that theme, wearing long, burgundy, chiffon dresses from J’Adore Bridal. The groom and his entourage wore navy Michael Kors tuxedos with ivory button-ups, brown dress shoes, and burgundy bow ties. The flower girls wore ivory lace overlay dresses with gold and ivory hair pieces.


Planner Wilkerson also put together all the floral arrangements. Throughout the wedding, she used roses of wedding colors, eucalyptus, ivy, lambs ear greenery, and dianthus greenery.

Wedding guests were treated to a filling meal of barbecue, Brunswick stew, pasta salad, green beans, macaroni and cheese, rolls, sweet tea, water, and lemonade, all of which were provided by caterer Real South BBQ.


The Lambs’ wedding cake was a three-tier pound cake with buttercream icing and beautiful flowers down the side, courtesy of Patti Henley.


Mr. and Mrs. Lamb swayed to “Lost In This Moment” by Big & Rich. The bride and her stepfather danced to “Girl” by Elvie while she and her daddy danced to “I Loved Her First” by Heartland. The groom and his mother danced to “A Song for Mama” by Boyz ll Men.

As the night came to an end, the newlyweds were sent off underneath a tunnel of sparklers lit by wedding guests.


The two began dating when they met each other in high school at Emanuel County Institute. Once Mr. Lamb asked for Miss Sellers’ phone number, they knew they could never be apart again. In March 2018, the two became engaged.


The happy couple went on to honeymoon in Destin, Florida, and they say married life is treating them wonderfully as they love spending time together and with their daughter, Everleigh.

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