Sarah Lynn Wallace and Samuel Nathan Jones exchanged wedding vows on Sept. 26 at East Goshen Friends Church in Beloit.
The bride is the daughter of Diana Wallace of Salem and the late Roger Wallace. The bridegroom's parents are Sam Jones of Mineral Ridge and Jeanne Jones of Salem.
The Rev. Joyce Reynolds officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Doug Falk, the bride's cousin.
Escorted by her grandfather, Orin Franks, and given in marriage by her mother and grandfather, the bride appeared in a pearl and chocolate satin sweetheart strapless bodice with a cinched midriff overlay. Embroidered medallions decorated the A-line gown with peaked bands detailing the chapel length train. Her veil and headpiece was made by a family friend, Darlene Snyder. She carried a bouquet of white tiger lilies and orange roses.
The matron of honor was Megan Wyatt, the bride's sister, who was attired in a strapless burnt orange long gown enhanced with a chocolate brown sash around the waist.
Attired in gowns identical to the matron of honor were bridesmaids, Sara Sidwell, Amanda Valentine, Amy Beth Edie and Arin Mihalko. Each attendant carried a bouquet of white and orange tiger lilies and orange roses.
Josh Jones, the bridegroom's brother, served as best man.
Groomsmen were Levi Stryffeler, Tyler McKeown, Andy Santee and Josh Davis. Aden Wyatt, the bride's nephew, was a junior groomsman, and Tom Hinton served as an usher.
Approximately 200 guests attended the reception at the Salem Little Quaker Hall. The newlyweds went to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., for their honeymoon. They currently reside in Salem.