Maria Gumney and Brandon Adamovich were united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019, at St. Bartholomew Parish in Stevens Point. Deacon Richard Rozumalski presided.

The bride is the daughter of Arlan and Linda Gumney of Stevens Point.

The groom is the son of Mary Jo Adamovich of Eagle River, and Ken and Ann Adamovich of Land O’ Lakes.

The bride wore a strapless white gown with beadwork.

Bridesmaids were Hannah Obst of Stevens Point, Samantha Crevlere of ParĀ­deeĀ­ville and Sarah Balerl of Green Bay. They wore long pastel yellow gowns with cowboy boots and carried yellow and blue bouquets.

A midlength navy blue gown with cowboy boots was worn by the mother of the bride.

The best man was Chad Adamovich of Madison, brother of the groom; and groomsmen were B.J. Gottsacker, formerly of Eagle River; Derek Tijan of Eagle River, cousin of the groom; Bill Gumney of Stevens Point, brother of the bride; and Dexter Kube, of Eagle River.

A midlength navy blue dress with lace overlay was worn by the mother of the groom.

A reception with milk cans and sunflowers for decoration was held at Eron’s Event Barn in Stevens Point. Music was provided by Over The Top Entertainment.

Guests feasted on a dinner of beef tips, chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, vegetables, Mullin’s cheese curds served at the bar, and a gelato and popcorn stand. The dinner was accompanied by a wedding cake decorated to look like a birch tree with the initials of the bride and groom carved in it, and four flavors of cupcakes were served to guests.

The bride graduated from UW-River Falls with a bachelor’s degree in animal science. She is employed by the Mosinee and Portage veterinary clinics as a certified veterinary technician.

The groom graduated from Northland Pines High School in Eagle River and attended UW-Stevens Point. He is employed at Mullin’s Cheese in Mosinee.

A wedding trip to England is planned for 2020. The couple reside in Stevens Point.