Molly Ann Lundell and Nathan David Patterson, both of Cherokee, were married on Jan. 16, 2010 at the Memorial Presbyterian Church in Cherokee. The reception followed at Western Iowa Tech in Cherokee.
Parents of the couple are Mark and Ann Lundell and Mark and Becky Patterson, all of Cherokee.
The bride wore a classic Maggie Sottero corset closure gown with embellished lace and delicate tulle that formed a slim A-line silhouette. The gown had jewels embedded throughout the lace and had jewel encrusted bands in the waist. The bouquet was made of black magic roses.
The groom wore a black tuxedo with a diamond white vest and tie over a black shirt. The groomsmen were all attired in black tuxes with cranberry vest and ties over black shirts.
The flower girl was Regan Pogelar, daughter of Tony and Holli Pogelar of Cherokee. Regan wore a cranberry taffeta dress, she dropped silk rose pedals. The ring bearer was Kai Lucas, son of Brandon and Sara Lucas of Cherokee. Kai was outfitted in black tux pants with a black vest and tie; he carried a red tractor holding the rings.
Ushers were Brandon Lucas, brother-in-law of the bride, Brett Smith and Brandon Carlson, friends of the groom. The bride's personal attendants were Katie Leonard of Cherokee, and Abby Bierman of Sioux Falls.
Following a honeymoon in Cancun, Mexico, the Pattersons are making their home on the family farm in Cherokee.