Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Nemec
Stacia Moore, of Vandalia, Mo., married Christopher Nemec, of Arnold, Mo., on June 7, 2014. The wedding took place at the Vandalia Area Fairgrounds at 3 p.m.
The couple had a double-ring ceremony and were married by Brother Roger Huff.
The bride was given in marriage by her parents, Alan and Paula Moore. The bride’s gown was a soft white, sweetheart Charmeuse gown, with a pick up skirt. Her bouquet had white hydrangeas, white vandelia roses, lavender daisies, hot pink wayflowers with a stem of new love gypsophilia and it was wrapped in tied burlap ribbon.
The maid of honor was Nicole Thompson, from Winfield, Mo. Bridesmaids were Whitney Woodson, of Eolia, Mo.; Danielle Nemec, of Arnold, Mo.; Terasa Black, of Laddonia, Mo.,;and Ashley Brooks, of Centralia, Mo.; The junior bridesmaid was Rebecca Moore, of Vandalia, Mo. The best man was Jeff Gustafson, of St. Louis, Mo. Groomsmen were Adam Lancaster, of Pevely, Mo.; Patrick Moore, of Washington, Mo.; David Roth, of St. Louis, Mo.; and Jeremy Martin, of Omaha, Neb. Ushers were Stuart Cox, of Centralia, Mo.; and Ethan Bazzell; of Granite City, Ill. The flower Girl was Brily Elliott, of Lebanon, Mo. The ring bearer was Korbin Dowell, of Independence, Mo., and the candle lighters were Trisha and Miranda Gregis, of Centralia, Mo. The guest book attendants were Paula Moore, of Ashland, Mo.; Kali Alexander, of Washington, Mo.; and Becca and Mia Bazzell, of Granite City, Ill.
The reception followed the wedding ceremony and was also at the Vandalia Area Fairgrounds.
Stacia is the daughter of Alan and Paula Moore, of Vandalia, Mo. and Christopher is the son of Brant and Donna Nemec, of Arnold, Mo. The bride is a 2011 graduate of Centralia, Mo. and is currently working as a receptionist at American Family Insurance in Vandalia, Mo. The groom is a 2008 graduate of The Peoples Christian Academy, in Arnold, Mo. and is currently working as a laborer at Five Oaks in Centralia, Mo. The bride and groom took a small honeymoon to Branson, Mo. and will be future residents in Centralia, Mo.