Kristy Marie Wilson became the bride of Nicholas John Rothbrust on July 3 at the Saxon Club.
The bride is the daughter of Lynn and Brenda Schmidt and William and Diane Wilson, all of Salem.
The bridegroom's parents are Kevin and Melissa Corfee and John and Marie Rothbrust, all of Salem.
James McDermott of Marysville officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony at 4:30 p.m.
Nuptial music was provided by guitarist Scott Nimon of Westland, Mich., the bridegroom's cousin, playing the "Wedding March" as the bride was escorted down the aisle by her father, and given in marriage by her mother and father.
Her strapless matte white satin A-line gown with vertical pleating at the sweetheart bust featured a black satin pleated waistband with broach-like glimmer detail on the band. The gown was complemented with a one-tiered ribbon-edged shoulder-length veil. In memory of her late grandmother, Margaret Fluharty, the bride also wore her grandmother's silver ID bracelet.
She carried a bouquet of Caribbean blue silk daisies including small white silk flowers and white beads tied with black satin ribbon.
Kelly Semple of Warren was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Linda January of New York, N.Y., and Shannon Vahalik of Cuyahoga Falls. Attendants appeared in strapless black satin knee-length skirts with pleated bodices and carried bouquets of Caribbean blue silk daisies tied with black satin ribbon.
Flower girls were Sydney and Olivia Nimon of Westland, Mich., the bridegroom's cousins; and Emily and Kelly Humphreys of Salem, the bride's nieces. The flower girls wore matching dresses in white satin with a black satin band at the waist, designed and sewn by the bride's mother.
Paul Rothbrust of Salem, the bridegroom's uncle, was the best man.
The bridegroom's attendants were Mike Hughes of Salem, the bridegroom's brother; and Jay Lutz of Salem.
Approximately 180 guests attended the reception at the Saxon Club. Lisa Ayers of Columbus was the guest book attendant.
Following a honeymoon trip to Sturgis, S.D., the couple is residing in Marysville.
The bride is a graduate of United High School and received a bachelor's degree from Kent State University. She is pursuing a master's degree at Marygrove College and is employed as an elementary art teacher at Whitehall City Schools.
The bridegroom, a graduate of Salem High School, earned an associate's degree from Bradford School. He is pursuing a bachelor's degree at Columbus State and is employed as a district technical specialist with Oce North America.
The couple's special guests were Harold and Gail Diehl; Paul and Anneliese Rothbrust, the bridegroom's grandparents; and Dixie Wilson, the bride's grandmother.
The rehearsal dinner was held at the Saxon Club.