Jodi Frost and Lucas Stuart, both of Happy Valley, were married Saturday, July 7, 2001, at 3 p.m. at the Soldotna Church of God. The Rev. Alan Humphries officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Floyd and Esther Frost of Soldotna. She graduated from Soldotna High School in 1999 and attended Eastern Oregon University and Kenai Peninsula College.
The bride wore a white, satin V-neck gown with sequins and beadwork over lace on the bodice and a 2-foot train with lace cutouts. She carried a bouquet of 14 red, full-blossoming roses with stephanotis filler decorated with pearls and surrounded by a black ribbon. The veil was adorned with pearls and rhinestones.
The maid of honor was Kimberly Casey of Beaverton, Ore., and Ericka Payton of Fairbanks was the bridesmaid. They wore a full-length black gowns with lace overlay and carried bouquets of red roses. Miranda Bicknell was the flower girl. She was dressed in a red and white medieval dress and carried a white basket with red and white rose petals.
The groom is the son of Cathie Oliver of Ninilchik and Aaron Stuart of California. He graduated from Lincoln County High School in 1992 and is the manager of the Happy Valley General Store.
Tracy Bradley of Shady Cove, Ore., was the best man. Nick Sheldahl of Kenai was the groomsman, Russel Grimshaw of Kenai was the usher and David Frost was the ring bearer.
The reception was held at the Soldotna Elks Lodge.
The couple had a white cake made by Sherry Burnum and Arlyss Marshall. It was topped with a blown glass castle with gold accents. The toasting glasses were pewter dragon stems that formed a heart with an opal flute.
Out-of-town guests included Frank Campbell of Fairbanks, uncle of the bride; Jim, Sherry and Sasha Burnum of Palmer; Gene and Arlyss Marshall of Pillager, Minn., aunt and uncle of the bride; and Miles Payton of Fairbanks.
The honeymooned in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and lives in Happy Valley.
Forms for engagements and weddings are available at the Clarion's Kenai and Soldotna offices. Color or black and white pictures also may be submitted. Photos with an address written on the back will be returned.
Weddings must be submitted within six months to be printed.
For more information, call 283-7551.
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