Lacey, May wed at St. Thomas Aquinas Church
Allison Ann May and Joshua Jon Lacey, both of Webster City were married May 9 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Webster City. The Rev. Stephen Meyer officiated the ceremony.
Parents of the couple are Greg and Marcia May, Webster City, Diane Lacey and Ed Tuel of Lehigh.
Michelle Jergens was the organist and Melissa Hindt was soloist. Muscial selections included “The Prayer,” “Where There is Love,”?”You are Mine”?and “Irish Blessing.”
The bride wore a Sophia Tolli ivory gown with asymmetrical flounces edged in satin. The gown was embellished with beading.
She carried a vintage-inspired bridal bouquet of purple hydrangeas, ivory garden roses, lavender, pearls and willow branches wrapped in burlap and lace.
Sammy Hanson, Webster City, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Colleen Kennedy, Stephanie Schwandt, both of Webster City, Mande Gamble and Katie Richardson, both of West Des Moines.
The bridesmaids wore long amethyst chiffon strapless A-line gowns with beaded embellishments.
Addison Lundquist of Paton was the flower girl and Karsen Nicholson of Webster City was the ring bearer.
Andrew May of Cedar Falls was the best man. Groomsmen were Tim Turner, Webster City, Scottie Burgin, Perry, Josh Brundage, Lehigh and Jake Weinzetl, Webster City. Ushers were Derek Turner, Ames, and Dustin Moothart, Webster City.
Grandparents attending were Doris May of Ottumwa, and Shirley Lacey of Webster City.
The reception was held at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds Event Center.
The bride is a 2005 graduate of Webster City High School and is a graduate of Buena Vista University. She is a care coordinator at Lutheran Services in Iowa.
The groom is a 2001 WCHS?graduate and a 2006 graduate of Iowa Central Community College. He is the electrical maintenance manager for Van Diest Supply Co.