The bride is the daughter of Gary and Mary Comstock, of Bronaugh, Mo., and the groom is the son of Jim and Linda Anderson, of Chadwick, Mo.
Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a strapless gown in champagne and ivory, with lace jacket, and crystals and lace adorning the bodice and train. She carried a bouquet of roses of various colors of ivory, purple and blue. All the wedding flowers were designed and fashioned by the bride.
The bride's matron of honor was Sara Rollman of Bois D'Arc. Bridesmaid was Melissa Lowry of Lampe. Best man was Chris Applegate. Groomsman was Scott Cruze. Flower girl was Jessica Harp, niece of the groom. Ring bearer was Garrett Comstock, nephew of the bride, accompanied by Tracy Comstock, sister-in-law of the bride. Ushers were Jason Comstock, brother of the bride, and Jake Hampton. Amberly Phelps, cousin of the bride, attended the guest book and distributed bubbles.
A reception followed at the Farm's Log Cabin Lodge, with a barbecue dinner and dance. Floral arrangements and candles decorated the tables.
The cake was topped by two horses and riders where "Two Trials Become One Road," with a fountain beneath. Mints were in the shape of cowboy boots. Both cake and mints were made by Peggy Hunt. Servers were Janet Nichols, Ruby Forkner, Dee Jacks, and Peggy Hunt, all aunts of the bride.
Following a brief honeymoon to Oklahoma, the newlyweds are at home in Walnut Grove, Mo.