Kari Spencer and Justin Dyke were married on June 6 in Caro, Mich. Many family members traveled from Missouri, Oklahoma and Ohio to attend.
Parents of the bride are Kenneth Spencer and Karen Spencer of Cass City, Mich. The bridegroom's parents are Clayton Lee Dyke and Katherine Dyke of East Palestine.
The bride's father performed the wedding ceremony at the Church of Christ. She was attired in a white A-line strapless gown by Alfred Angelo adorned with an elbow-length veil made by her aunts adorned with rhinestones and tiny sequins. Her bouquet featured red roses and greenery.
The matron of honor was Tiffany Ball of Cass City, Mich., the bride's sister.
Best man was R.J. Smith of East Palestine.
Bridesmaids were Terra Czekai, Beth Spencer, Amanda Williams; and Kate Dyke, the bridegroom's sister. They wore cherry red gowns of different styles and carried bouquets of lilies, roses and greenery.
Groomsmen were Tom Figley of East Palestine, Kenny Spencer and William Spencer, the bride's brothers, and Steven Ball, the bride's brother-in-law, all of Cass City, Mich.
Alena Riedel was the flower girl.
The ring bearer was Bryce Ball, the bride's nephew.
The bride is an honors graduate from Cass City High School, currently an A1C serving in the United States Air Force at Pope Air Force Base in Fayetteville, N.C.
The bridegroom graduated in 2003 from East Palestine High School. He is a senior airman at Pope Air Force Base.