Vanessa Diehl-Watson and Steve Moses were married Saturday, June 29, 2013, in Marietta at Norwood United Methodist Church. The Rev. Don Archer officiated the small ceremony attended by friends and family.

The bride’s parents are John R. Diehl III of Marietta and Nancy (Dye) Diehl of Dover, Ohio. Phyllis Dye, of Williamstown, is the grandmother of the bride.

The bridegroom’s parents are Buell and Marilyn Moses of Summersville, W.Va.

The bride wore a strapless white, princess-styled gown with lace bodice and taffeta bottom adorned with lace and pearl details with a white taffeta veil to match. She also wore a three-strand pearl necklace and pearl earrings borrowed from her grandmother and carried a bouquet of pastel yellow and golden yellow daisies along with white and yellow roses.

The maid of honor was the bride’s older sister, Emily Diehl, of Marietta, and the bridesmaid was Gloria Diehl, of Dover, the bride’s younger sister. They both wore sleeveless knee length gowns of royal blue and carried pastel daisy bouquets with royal blue ribbons.

The best man was the bridegroom’s father, Buell Moses. The bride’s sons, Zachary and Andrew Watson, were ring bearers and the bride’s brothers, Kevin and Alex Diehl, were ushers. Janelle Treadway registered guests.

The bridegroom wore a black suit with a pastel yellow shirt. The ring bearers wore yellow shirts and khaki pants. The best man and ushers wore blue polo shirts and khaki pants.

Music was provided by Cathy and Mike Dunaway. A reception dinner followed the ceremony in the church’s fellowship hall where family and guests had dinner, wedding cake and mock champagne punch.

The couple honeymooned in hills of Virginia where they enjoyed zip-lining and wine-tasting. They reside in Columbus.