The bride is the daughter of William Meeder of Brasher Falls, N.Y. and Cheryl Oviatt of Silver Creek. The groom is the son of Raymond and Carol Mazurkiewicz of Derby.
The bride wore an ivory, empire waist gown with hand embroideries that wrapped around the bride’s neckline and back and ran along the skirt of the entire gown. Ivory buttons ran down the back of the gown to the train. She wore silver strapped heels with antique rhinestone to accent. She held an earthy bouquet of Calla Lillie, sun flowers, black eyed Susan’s and Gerber daisies.
Samantha Meeder, daughter of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaid April Walters of Fredonia, cousin and dear friend of the bride, also stood up beside Andria. The maid of honor and bridesmaid wore espresso dresses, with an empire waist, hemmed at the knee.
The best man, Mark Mazurkiewicz, brother of the groom, of Amherst, and groomsman David Meeder, sister of the bride and brother-in law-to be, of Charlotte, N.C., stood up in the wedding.
Serving as the flower girls was Lainey Mazurkiewicz, niece of the bride and groom, and ring bearer, Carson Mazurkiewicz nephew of the bride and groom both from Amherst.
The former Miss Meeder is a special education teacher at the Dunkirk City School District and writer; her husband is a computer programmer, pilot and artist.
The couple enjoyed an Amtrak trip for their honeymoon, spending time exploring the west and a visit to Santa Fe, N.M. They are residents of the Pomfret/Fredonia area.
Scott D. Mazurkiewicz and Andria S. Meeder were married on Aug. 13, 2011