The Church of Our Savior in New York City set the scene for the marriage of Jennifer Anne Taylor and Stephen B. Ste. Marie on Saturday, September 10, with a reception following at the Pierre.

Entrusted to the bridegroom by her brother, Kenneth Taylor of Chicago, the bride was lovely in an ivory organza gown appliqued with Alencon lace and seed pearls. Her doubletiered organza veil was attached to a Juliet cap of matching lace and pearls. The aquamarine and pearl lavalier heir-loom that she wore and the, prayer brook she carried, on which lay a single red rose,belonged to her maternal grandmother.

TThe daughter of Mrs. William E. Taylor of Washington, D.C. and the late Mr. Taylor, has as attendants her three sisters: Lisa as maid of honor, Adrienne and Carol, as brides-maids along with Audrey Kutnick, Elaine Reap, and the bridegroom's sister, Christine Wehle, Mr. Ste. Marie, son of Mrs, Harold Wehle of Thornwood, N.Y. and Robert Ste. Marie of Yonkers, N.Y., was served by his father as best man assisted by Donald Waldy, Donald Fritts, George Jameson, and the bride's brothers, Christopher and Nicholas Taylor, as the ushers.

After a European honey-moon, the couple will live in New York City.