Many of the couple's subsequent outings have involved outdoor activities, such as fishing, kayaking and river rafting - but they have an upcoming date which involves an indoor activity. Paige and Adam, the son of Craig and Julie Thomas of Cherokee, will be married at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday September 22, 2012 at the Roselle Holy Angels church, which Paige attended when she was growing up.
Adam, who is employed at R.J. Thomas Manufacturing in Cherokee, will have five groomsmen at the wedding and Paige will have five bridesmaids and three personal attendants. Brad Morgan will be the soloist, and there will be four ushers. The colors of the wedding will be kiwi and plum and the flowers will be handled by a professional floral designer - Paige. She has been working as a floral designer at Rhoadside Blooming House in Cherokee for three years, and for her own wedding she has chosen sunflowers and purple gladiolas. The wedding and reception will have an antique/country theme, and this theme will be emphasized by such items as antique cream can planters at the church and wood items and burlap at the reception, which will be held at the German Hausbarn in Manning.
Following the reception and dance, Paige and Adam will honeymoon on Lake Michigan, and they hope to catch a Green Bay Packer game on the way home.