Emily Bodart and Adam Bateson exchanged wedding vows at 1 p.m. April 17, 2010, at St. Wendelin parish in Fostoria. Father Eric Schild was the officiant during the double-ring service. A reception was at the Findlay Humane Society.
The bride is the daughter of Rob and Sue Bodart of Fostoria. The bridegroom is the son of Dave and Beth Bateson of Bloomdale.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white halter top dress with beading accenting the top. She carried a bouquet of white and blue roses, accented with white baby's breath.
The attendants wore light blue, knee-length dresses with a white ribbon that tied in the back. They also carried a bouquet of white and blue roses.
Nicole Wilcox of Tiffin was her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Anna Bodart, Amanda Bodart, Meaghan Dandurand and Megan Butler.
Peyton Roderick of Haskins, cousin of the bridegroom, and Austin Bateson of Bloomdale, nephew of the bridegroom, were the flower girl and ring bearer, respectively.
Brian King of Wayne was the best man. Groomsmen included Nick Bateson, Jason Bodart, Ben Bodart and Scott Kromer.
The bride, a 2005 graduate of Hopewell-Loudon High School, graduated in 2009 from Bowling Green State University. She is employed as a substitute teacher.
The bridegroom graduated in 2001 from Elmwood High School and in 2005 from the University of Findlay. He is employed as the second assistant superintendent of the grounds at the Findlay Country Club.
A rehearsal dinner was at The Country Farmhouse in Wayne. The couple resides in Findlay, following a honeymoon to the Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort and Spa in Mexico.