Margaret H. Berthold became the bride of David J. Fearn on July 5 during a ceremony at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul Catholic Church in Salem. Immediately following the ceremony, a champagne brunch was held at the Salem Golf Club, with the Youngstown String Quartet providing the music. Following a short honeymoon in Pennsylvania, the couple returned to their New Jersey residence.
The bride is the daughter of John and Jacqueline Berthold of Salem. She is a sales coordinator with Maidenform.
The bridegroom, son of Marc and C'cile Fearn of Ankara, Turkey, has worked in the European financial community, and has just received his U.S. working papers.
The bride's ivory satin A-line gown featured delicate beading that trimmed the neckline, halter collar, and wrapped around the back and down to the edge of the train. Her bouquet was a m'lange of roses in shades of pink.
Alicia Dumovic Hills of Maricopa, Ariz., was the maid of honor and attired in a knee-length pink silk dress. Emma Rose of Washington, D.C., the bride's cousin, was the junior bridesmaid who appeared in a knee-length ivory lace dress. Both carried bouquets of pink roses.
Costa Stefanidis of Brussels, Belgium, served as best man.
Groomsmen were Jonathan Fearn of Shanghai, China, and Axel Fearn, of Ankara, Turkey, both brothers of the bridegroom, and John Berthold of Salem, the bride's brother.
Family and friends from around the world were entertained for the weekend at the home of the bride.