Nancy Price and Doug Oldaker II were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016, at Tiffin Moose Lodge No. 846. Joe Maloy was the officiant of the double-ring ceremony. A reception immediately followed the ceremony at the Moose Lodge.
Nancy is the daughter of Don and Karen Price of McCutchenville. Doug is the son of Angie Cash and Doug Oldaker I, both of Fostoria.
Nancy, given in marriage by her parents, wore an Enzoani Habika drop-waist, lace gown featuring a layered tulle skirt, a sweetheart neckline and lace sleeves. A black, spiderweb sash with a silver spider brooch accented her waist. She also wore a black veil with white lace trim accented with spider and bat clips. She carried a bouquet of black and purple roses, small orange flowers and spiders and spiderweb accents.
Mianda McGee of Hiram was her friend’s maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Hailey Magers of Tiffin and Melissa Quinn of Columbus, both friends of the bride, and Beth Honse of Ontario, Sharon Stover of McCutchenville and Bonnie Lucero of Jacksonville, Florida, all sisters of the bride. The maid of honor wore a floor-length purple halter gown and the bridesmaids wore floor-length green halter gowns. They each carried a bouquet made of a black cat mask, black hand fan, and orange and black roses.
P.J. Bevens of Gibsonburg was his friend’s best man. Groomsmen were Rob Oldaker of Fostoria, brother of the groom, and Icer Rose of Toledo, Cody Honse of Ontario and Marcos Lucero, friends of the groom.
Nancy is a 2004 graduate of Mohawk High School and a 2007 graduate of Baker College in Flint, Michigan. She is employed as a veterinary technician at Animal Hospital of Tiffin.
Doug is a 2004 graduate of Hopewell-Loudon High School and is employed as a line leader at Autoliv-Nissin, Findlay.
A rehersal dinner took place at Pioneer Mill Resturant, Tiffin. A Halloween-themed bridal shower was Aug. 20, 2016, hosted by the groom’s family.
Following a honeymoon trip to Hocking Hills, the newlyweds reside in Tiffin.