Andrea Blaine Pendegraft and Andrew John Ford, both of Creston, were married in a 5 p.m. Sept. 8 ceremony at Crest Baptist Church in Creston.
The bride is the daughter of Ron and Teresa Pendegraft of Creston. The groom is the son of John and Amy Ford of Mount Ayr.
The Rev. Chuck Spindler of Creston officiated the ceremony.
Music was played by Brian Stough of Creston.
Pendegraft wore a casablanca strapless ivory gown with a mermaid silhouette. The dress had beaded and embroidered appliques sewn on silky taffeta with criss-cross champagne charmeuse satin bands. She also wore a vintage birdcage veil.
Maid of honor was Aubrey Pendegraft of Lake Forest, Ill., sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Amanda Oetken of Creston and Beth Roghair of Winterset.
The bridal party wore Alfred Angelo black satin cocktail-length dresses.
The bride’s personal attendant was Sarah Kendrick of Creston.
Flower girl was Alexis Boord of Altoona, cousin of the groom.
Flowers were champagne roses.
Best man was Christopher Ford of Greenfield, brother of the groom.
Groomsmen were Logan Davis and Steve Smolk, both of Creston.
Ringbearer was Boston Pendegraft of Creston, son of the bride.
Ushers were Tyler Hall of Ames and Jimmy Pryor of Creston, cousin of the bride.
Candlelighters were Aunica Harvey of Corning and Maya Struhar of Creston.
Honored guests were Don and Linda Pendegraft and Bernadine Pendegraft, all of Creston, Don and Julia Stephens of Benton, Larry and Charlene Ford of Tingley, Doug and Mel Ruby of Diagonal and Tony and Ginny Caliguiri and Dan and Kim White, all of Osceola.
Guest book hostess was Caitlin Giles of Mount Ayr, cousin of the groom.
Assisting with gifts were Sydney Ruse of Creston, Brenna Swanson of Creston, Luke Boord of Altoona, cousin of the groom, and Connor Giles of Mount Ayr, cousin of the groom.
A reception was held at Eagles Club.
Reception hosts were Margi Boord of Altoona and Scott and Tracy Giles of Mount Ayr, Laura Lilienthal of Madrid and Mary Ford of Nevada.
The couple reside in Creston.