Stacy Weston and Ben Revelle were married Oct. 24, 2009, at The Basilica of St. Louis, King of France, in Saint Louis, Mo. Deacon James Clements of Dumas, Texas, uncle of the bride, performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Ann Weston, Moran, and the late Don Weston, and the granddaughter of George and Gertrude Meiwes, Moran. The groom is the son of Russell and Rebecca Revelle of Arnold, Mo., and the grandson of Norma Revelle of Park Hills, Mo.
Serving as maid of honor for her sister was Erin Weston, Kansas City. Bridesmaids were Leigh Scharff, Elsmore, Jennifer Miller, Kansas City, Cindy McDonnell, Lawrence, and Kristine Jamerson, St. Louis.
Matthew Revelle, Springfield, Mo., was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Dave Klahs, Clinton, Mo., Phil Rahlfs, Arnold, Kenny Miller, Kansas City, and Tyler Moreland, Wichita.
Guest book attendant was Emily Meiwes, Iola, goddaughter of the bride. Handing out programs was Hannah Revelle, Arnold, sister of the groom. Chris Weston, brother of the bride, Manhattan, escorted the bride down the aisle, and Margie Clements, Dumas, aunt of the bride, was the ceremony lector.
The bride wore a strapless satin gown with an asymmetrical waist, corset back and sweeping train. The gown was embellished with bugle beads along the neckline and train. The bridesmaids wore crimson red strapless A-line gowns with asymmetrical pleating across the bodice.
A dinner and dance followed the ceremony at the Hilton at the Ballpark in downtown St. Louis.
Mrs. Revelle is a 1998 graduate of Marmaton Valley High School, 2000 graduate of Allen County Community College and 2005 doctor of pharmacy graduate of the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy. She is employed by St. Louis University Hospital as an emergency medicine clinical pharmacy specialist.
Mr. Revelle is a 1998 graduate of Fox High School in Arnold and 2003 graduate of the University of Kansas with a bachelor of architecture. He is employed as an architect with Forum Studio in St. Louis.
Following a honeymoon in Hawaii, the couple are at home in St. Louis.
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