Madeline Montgomery and Mathew Collins, both of Sedalia, were married at 11 a.m. Oct. 27 at Bethel Assembly in Sedalia.
The bride is the daughter of David Montgomery, of Sedalia, and the late Ginger LaBille. The groom is the son of Richard Dean and Elaine Collins, of Sedalia.
The Rev. Christopher Gray conducted the ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
Rebecca Case was the maid of honor. Hannah Collins, sister of the groom, Callie Wolf and Vicki Monath were bridesmaids. Caydence Millsap, daughter of the bride, was the flower girl. Elaine Collins, mother of the groom, and Alice Williams, grandmother of the bride, were the candlelighters.
Carlton Hamilton was the best man. Charles Salmons, James Henley and Dusty Rogers were groomsmen. Demitri Holt and Camron Millsap, sons of the bride, were the ring bearers. Carlton Hamilton and Charles Salmons were ushers.
A rehearsal dinner was held by the groomís parents on Oct. 26 at Bandanaís. The reception was at Ditzfeld Hall.
The bride, a 2003 graduate of Smith-Cotton High School, is working on a degree in electrical maintenance at State Fair Community College. She does seasonal maintenance for Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department.
The groom, a 2003 graduate of Smithton High School, attended SFCC. He is a cook at Coltonís Steakhouse.
The couple live in Sedalia.