Jolinda Kristek and Loren Jost were married March 29 at Country Dreams Bed & Breakfast in Marion with pastor Chris Coleman officiating the double-ring candlelight ceremony performed in front of a stone fireplace.
The bride is the daughter of Robert and Cheryl Kristek of Lincolnville. The groom is the son of Larry and Sherry Jost of Peabody.
Matron of honor was Jayleen Hein, sister of the bride. Best man was Kevin Jantz, friend of the couple.
Flower girl was KayCee Robinson, and ringbearer was Krisde Robinson, both nieces of the bride.
Ushers were Braden Suffield, nephew of the bride, and Nathan Jost, brother of the groom.
Those attending were gift carrier Bryce Suffield, nephew of the bride; candlelighter Nathan Jost, brother of the groom; and guest-book attendant Angela Lange, friend of the couple.
Musicians were vocalists Gail and Renelle Coleman, and pianist Laura Williams.
The bride wore a long-sleeve princess-style gown with a V-neck front. The dress was heavily adorned with beads, pearls and sequins on the bodice, sleeves, bottom of the skirt and along the chapel-length train.
The bed and breakfast was decorated in purple and yellow, and all flowers and decorations were made by the bride’s mother.
The reception was held at the bed and breakfast following the ceremony. Reception assistants were Jodi Suffield and Janet Robinson, both sisters of the bride.
The bride graduated from Centre High School in 1995 and is employed at Tampa State Bank.
The groom graduated from Hillsboro High School in 1994 and is employed with Professional Cleaning Systems.
The rehearsal dinner was held at the bed and breakfast, and hosted by the groom’s parents.
Following a honeymoon in Las Vegas, the couple resides in Hillsboro.