Bailey Marie Thompson and Jeremy Ryan Somero of Beach Plum Road in Montauk were married on Sept. 14 at St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Church in that hamlet. The Rev. Mike Rieder officiated. A reception catered by the Harvest restaurant followed at Montauk County Park.
The bride, who will keep her name, is a daughter of Deborah Thompson of Montauk and the late Larry Thompson. A massage therapist at the Deborah Thompson Day Spa, she graduated from Colby Sawyer College in 2003 and from the Finger Lakes School of Massage in 2007.
Mr. Somero is the son of Deborah Somero of Coco Beach, Fla., and the late Peter Somero. He graduated from Seminole Community College in 1999 and is a service manager at Uihlein’s Marina in Montauk. The two were introduced by Marilyn Behan, who works with Mr. Somero.
The bride was attended by her mother and her sister, Brittany Thompson, also of Montauk, who was the maid of honor.
The bride’s mother wore a custom-made dress that she designed herself. The bride wore a dress by Allure Bridal and the bridesmaids wore dresses from Jordan’s Fashion.
Mr. Somero was attended by his mother. His sister, Jyll St. Cyr, was his best woman.
Music at the ceremony was performed by Jane Hastay on organ, with Ashley Reilly and Ms. Thompson’s uncle, David Schminke II, as vocalists.
The newlyweds have not yet taken a wedding trip, but have their sights set on Peru this winter.