Lindsay Stone and Nathan Wadley, both of Mishawaka, Ind., were married June 2 at Tabernacle Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis. Pastor Kerry Robinson performed the ceremony. The reception followed at The 1899 in Indianapolis.
The bride is the daughter of Matthew and Leslie Stone, of Monore, Ohio. The groom is the son of Douglas and Kelly Wadley, of Bourbonnais.
The maid of honor was Libby Durbin. Bridesmaids were Tiffany McHugh, Rachel Hoover, Trisha McHugh, Emily Hoover and Elizabeth Snyder. The flower girls were Caroline Tunnell, cousin of the bride, and Cordelia Oster.
The best man was Zachary Wadley, brother of the groom. The groomsmen were Eric Stone, brother of the bride, Carson England, cousin of the groom, Austin Lagesse, Ben Lapham and Matt Gillett. The ringbearers were Alex Tunnell, cousin of the bride, and Grayson Oster. The ushers were Nick Pippen, Brian Philips, Kyle Thorson and Jack Waldschmidt.
The bride wore a mermaid style gown by Australian designer Essense in ivory white satin with an extra long train, signature buttons down the back accented with spaghetti straps and a beaded diamond and pearl belt.
Lindsay received her bachelor’s degree from Anderson University in Indiana and is employed as a multimedia journalist and anchor at WNDU Channel 16 in South Bend, Ind. Nathan received his bachelor’s degree from Anderson University in Indiana and a master’s degree from Ball State University. He is the strength and conditioning coach at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo.
The couple took a wedding trip to New York City.