Wandersee — Taylor [UPDATED]Published 4:08am Monday, August 5, 2013 Updated 6:14am Monday, August 5, 2013
They had ASL interpreters, as both are deaf, for the ceremony given by Rev. Tom Gard.
The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore white strapped red ankle length dresses. The best man and groomsmen wore white tuxes with red vests and bowties. Their son Thomas Taylor IV also had a small version of the same thing. He is a hearing child with both parents deaf yet signs and speaks very well. He signed I love you with both hands after they were married.
The bride’s bouquet consisted of white roses and large red gerbera daisies. The bride’s gown was exquisite white satin fitted and gathered at the waist with diagonal soft pleats from a large draped white bow down to a small train. The bodice was sparkled with sequines and a lacy sequined strap on one shoulder.
The cake and lunch was served by friends and family at the church and the radiant couple entertained friends and family at the home of Rick and Denise Wandersee, parents of the bride. Also present was Mr and Mrs Thomas Taylor II from Brainerd, parents of the groom, as well as Tom’s sister and her daughter attended, along with the bride’s brother, Derek Wandersee and his fiancee, Kate Weeks.
The couple will reside at their new home east of Erhard, County Hwy. 24. Both of them work in the Fergus Falls area.