Niko Jackson and Scott Guappone were united in marriage on July 19 at the Salem Little Quakers Hall. Mary Wright officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony at 5:30 p.m.
The bride is the daughter of Tammy Jackson and Jim Jackson, both of Lisbon.
The bridegroom's parents are Gary and Liz Guappone of Salem.
Escorted and given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a red satin ball gown highlighted with a sweetheart neckline with gold embroidery. The gown was enhanced with a three-foot train also embroidered in gold. She carried a bouquet of black roses and red tiger lilies.
Linsey Good of Lisbon was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Brooke Jackson of Wellsville and Cami Jackson of Lisbon, the bride's sisters; Billie Bussard of South Carolina and Tracy Reeder of Salem, the bride's cousins; and Jessica Arter of Columbiana.
Mackenzie McMillen of Lisbon, the bride's daughter, was the flower girl.
Jared Swift of Salem served as the best man. Ushers included Gary Guappone, the bridegroom's father; Erick Corfee of Kentucky; Travis Jackson and Josh Jackson, both of Lisbon, the bride's brothers.
Ring bearers were Xander Jackson of Lisbon, the bride's son; and Eli Guappone of Lisbon, the bridegroom's son.
The bride is a 2004 graduate of David Anderson Junior/Senior High School and the Columbiana County Career Center where she studied cosmetology. She is a hairstylist.
The bridegroom is a tattoo artist. He graduated in 2000 from Salem High School.
Approximately 200 guests attended the reception at the SLQ Hall. Following a honeymoon to Roanoke, W. Va., the couple resides in Lisbon.