YOUNGSTOWN -- The Sept. 8 wedding of Stephanie Lee Tablack, 60 Tavistock Drive, Little Egg Harbor, N.J., and Brian Adam Swanke, 3 Orlando Circle, Forked River, N.J., took place at 5 p.m. in Fellows Riverside Gardens at Mill Creek Park.
A reception was held afterward at Fonderlac Country Club in New Springfield to honor the daughter of George and Nancy Tablack, 17 Sandy Drive, New Middletown, and the son of Douglas and Marsha Swanke of the Forked River address.
The couple left on a wedding trip to the Cayman Islands. They live at the bride's address.
The bodice and hemline of the bride's pearl-colored duchess satin gown were embellished with beaded schiffli lace medallions. It was enhanced with a matching shawl.
Angela Caparso, the honor attendant, wore a periwinkle gown, as did the bridesmaids, Teri Timcisko and Meredith Brindle. Flower girl was the bride's cousin, Ally Deemer.
The duties of best man were performed by Scott Sorenson, and groomsmen were Mark Neill and the bride's brother, Michael Tablack.
The bride graduated from Stockton College in Pomona, N.J., with a bachelor's degree in marine biology. She is an environmental specialist with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection at Leeds Point, N.J.
The groom holds a bachelor's degree in biochemistry from Stockton College and is employed at CWR Electronics in Bayville, N.J.