Mr. and Mrs. David Stuart
Stuart ~ Herzog
Molly Marissa Herzog became the bride of David Wesley Stuart on July 11, 2014 at Pine Island, Steve Abend officiated. Parents of the bride are Jeff and Marcia Herzog, Frankenmuth. Parents of the groom are Dave and Cindy Armstrong, Bridgeport and Paul and Julie Stuart, Saginaw. Organist was Val Janson. Soloist was Stephanie McGrandy.
Maid of honor for her friend was Paula Van Veghel. Bridesmaids were Megan Smith and Erica Barajas, friends of the bride.
Best man for his friend was Jeff Griffin. Groomsmen were Rob Zuckerman, friend of the groom and Zach Herzog, brother of the bride.
The bride wore a tulle over white satin ball gown with natural waistline banded with pearls and crystals. It featured an illusion neckline with a low v-shaped open back, lined with pearls and crystals. She carried a silver and pearl open weave cone with peach, blush and cream garden roses and soft pink hypericum berries, embellished with crystals, adorned with diamond dust. The bouquet was specially designed by the bride’s mother.
The bridesmaids wore short black chiffon dresses with an illusion neckline embellished with clear and black rhinestones. Their unique bouquets featured a black ruffled cone with black and rhinestone gems down the front with a large crystal at the bottom. The flowers were peach hypericum berries in the center with blush spray roses and pink rose petals around the collar of the cone. They were embellished with black rhinestones and diamond dust.
The service was held in a beautiful setting of ponds and a water fountain with boxwood orbs and miniature trees. Immediately following the ceremony cocktails and hors d’oeuvres were served in a lovely outdoor setting at Pine Island. A reception was held at Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth in the Main Dining Room, decorated with original designs by the mother of the bride, M.K. Designs. There were arches of flowers and crystal chandeliers over the bridal and family tables with black and peach lamp shades decorated with crystals and rhinestones and tall, fresh arrangements on the guest tables. Dueling pianos entertained the 225 guests.
The couple is living in Phoenix, Arizona.