Marissa Kaye Polston of Norman, and Adam James Stuckey of Arlington Heights, Ill., exchanged vows Aug. 1 at Bethel Baptist Church, with the Rev. Bruce Ingram presiding.

Parents of the bride are Don and Robyn Shandy of Norman, and Michael Polston of Phoenix. The groom is the son of Allen and Mary Stuckey of Wauzeka, Wis.

Cheryl Conly, aunt of the bride, was the pianist for the ceremony.

The bride wore a strapless silhouette-style ivory gown with a soft tulle overlay of embroidered lace and pearl beads and a chapel-length train with lace-scalloped edge. Ivory satin shoes completed her ensemble. She carried a bouquet of soft pink roses and calla lilies wrapped with beaded satin ribbon.

Samantha Polston, cousin of the bride, and Mallory Shandy, sister of the bride, were maids of honor. Bridesmaids were Jacoby Polston, cousin of the bride; Kelsey and Nicole Stuckey, sisters of the groom; and Madeline Shandy and Mayson Polston, sisters of the bride. They wore tea-length, peridot satin, strapless dresses and carried bouquets of pink roses.

The groom wore a black tuxedo with an ivory vest. Best man was Bob Kilburg, the groom's best friend. Groomsmen were Andrew Jamison, Jamee McCarthy, Matt McCullick and Matthew Shandy, brother of the bride.

Ushers were John Morovits and William Rowlett. They all wore black tuxedos with peridot vests.

A reception followed at Cobblestone Creek Golf Club.

The bride is a graduate of Norman North High School, attends the University of Central Oklahoma and is employed at Ryan Whaley Coldiron Shandy P.C., in Oklahoma City.

The groom attended Wauzeka High School and Oklahoma State University. He obtained a bachelor's degree in fire protection safety engineering and is employed at Control Fire Systems.

The couple will honeymoon in Riviera Maya, Mexico, over New Year's.

They have established a home in Oklahoma City.

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