Beth Graham of Atlanta, Ind., and Rob Oberbeck of Wauwatosa were married Aug. 28, 2010, in the garden at the home of the bride's parents.
Her parents are Tom and Lee Graham of Atlanta. Parents of the groom are Bill and Peg Oberbeck of Wauwatosa.
Faith Graham, the bride's aunt, officiated the 4:30 p.m. ceremony. A reception followed in the same garden.
The bride wore a vintage-style halter dress of ivory silk jacquard with antique lace that she and her mother-in-law designed and created. She carried a bouquet of handmade silk, pearl and button flowers.
Maid of honor was Jennie White of Cicero, Ind., friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Sarah Lawver of Berkely, Calif., formerly of Wauwatosa; and Justine Veit of Indianapolis.
Best man was Tony Zebrowski of St. Louis, Mo., friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Nigel Raimondo of Indianapolis and Clayton Graham of Atlanta.
Flower girls were Hattie Graham of Atlanta, niece of the bride, and Natalie Garrity of Indianapolis, friend of the bride. Ring bearer was Jaydn Cebada of Terre Haute, Ind., nephew of the bride.
The bride earned her degree in clothing and textiles from Indiana State University in 2007. She is alterations manager at Nordstrom's in Indianapolis. She enjoys sewing, camping and rock hunting.
The groom earned his degree in math and German, also at ISU. He is on the produce team at Whole Foods Market in Indianapolis. He enjoys aquariums and hunting mushrooms and rocks.
The couple planned a 10-day honeymoon, camping and rock hunting in North Carolina.
The two met at ISU in 2003. After a nearly seven-year courtship, the groom selected a ring while on a business trip and gave it to his bride in a bouquet on her birthday in 2009.
They reside in Indianapolis.
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