CREVE COEUR -- Jaime Joy Schneider and Thomas Frederick "Tom" Nunnelee Jr. were married in a 2 p.m. ceremony July 5, 2003, at Our Lady of the Pillar in Creve Coeur.
The Rev. James Tobin performed the ceremony and Megan Brown of Springfield served as lector.
The bride is the daughter of James and Jacquelyn Schneider of St. Peters and the bridegroom is the son of Tom and Alice Nunnelee of Sikeston.
Music for the occasion was provided by Thomas Stephan.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white Christina Wu strapless gown. The bodice was embellished with beaded crystals and the a-line satin skirt was complemented with a full length train. Her single layer tulle bridal veil was edged with satin piping.
Chris Horobec of Belleville, Ill., attended the bride as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Angela Cox of Lees Summit, Angela Durbin of Creve Coeur, Beth Schneider of Affton, Angela McCollum of Chicago, Ill., Julie Wilson of Fenton and Christina Nunnelee of St. Louis.
The bridesmaids wore two-piece clarette colored satin full length dresses created by Impressions. The gowns were designed with a-line skirts.
John Douglas Potashnick of Columbia served the bridegroom as best man. Groomsmen were Brendan Rowe of Florissant, Bryan Montgomery of St. Louis, Jeff Schneider of Affton, Jeremy Schneider of Denver, Colo., Garrett Taylor of Columbia and Justin Lankheit of St. Louis.
Usher were Chad Terry of St. Louis, Dan Isaak of Kirkwood and Andy McGill of Sikeston.
The wedding reception was held at Radisson in Clayton.
A rehearsal dinner was hosted July 3 by the bridegroom's parents at Frontenac Hilton in St. Louis.
Following a honeymoon trip to the Domincan Republic, Mr. and Mrs. Nunnelee are residing in St. Louis.