Mary Saba Arnold, of Knoxville, daughter of Carol Arnold, of Maryville, and the late Tim Arnold, was united in marriage with Matthew David Seaver, of Knoxville, son of Ann and Bob Seaver, of Gainesville, Va., March 30 at Maryville Church of Christ. Drew Salyer officiated.
Katie Salyer, of Gate City, Va., was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Emily Arnold, of Jacksonville, Fla., Amy Arnold, of Knoxville, Molly Arnold, of Chattanooga, Kim Hill, of Knoxville, Amanda Burns, of Maryville, and Sara Waid, of Maryville.
Macy Waid was flower girl. Claire Buchanan kept the bride’s book.
Anthony Heron, of Newport News, Va., was best man. Groomsmen were Burt Bigoney, of Seattle, Matthew Koch, of Chattanooga, John Wheeler, of West Palm Beach, Fla., Billy Miller, of Nashville, David Madison, of Virginia Beach, Va., and Walt Siedentopf, of Atlanta.
A reception was held at The Foundry.
The couple are living in Knoxville.
The bride received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from East Tennessee State University. She is employed as manager of quality assurance and regulatory affairs at Ebecline Analytical Corporation.
The bridegroom received a Bachelor of Science degree in physics and political science from the University of Tennessee. He is employed as information technology and instrument control engineer at Galbraith Laboratories.