Lindsay Olthafer and Andrew Rollins were united in marriage on at 1:30 p.m. on July 9 at the Lutheran Church of Peace in Platteville. The officiating clergy was Pastor Jeff Pedersen. A reception followed the ceremony at Robert Velzy Commons inside UW-Platteville’s Ullsvik Hall.
Parents of the bride are George and Sue Olthafer of Belmont. Parents of the groom are Tony and Kim Rollins of Palmyra, Pa., and Terry and Tom Olson of Janesville.
The wedding dress was a diamond white strapless satin gown with a sweetheart neckline and ruching on the entire bodice. The skirt was accented with a detachable flower and the back was finished with buttons and a custom bow. The bride wore a cathedral veil accented by a custom flower in her hair.
Maids of honor were Rebecca Olthafer and Jennifer Olthafer, sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Alaine Olthafer, cousin of the bride; Amy Hanson and Emily Miller, friends of the bride; and Amanda Olson, sister of the groom.
Best man was Nick Rollins, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were George L. Olthafer, brother of the bride; and Ed Frank, Joe Oldenburg, Chad Birkholz and Ricky Garcia, all friends of the groom.
Ushers were Jeremy Schlieckau and Nate Smith, friends of the groom. Greeters were Katie Wozniak and Ali Matthews, friends of the bride. Personal attendant was Nicole Grunewald.
Andrew works for Merge Healthcare in Hartland as a second-level technical support analyst in IT.
Lindsay works for Kohler Co. in Kohler as a buyer for electronics in the generator division.
They took a honeymoon to St. Lucia in the Caribbean. The couple currently lives in Grafton.