Amy Sprunger and Mark Ostarchvic were united in marriage at 1:30 p.m. Oct. 9, 2010, at St. Mary Catholic Church in Wooster. Father Jay Clarke and Pastor Darrell Ediger officiated. An evening reception was held at The Pines Golf Club.
Parents of the bride are Bob and Barb Sprunger of Dalton. Parents of the bridegroom are Bill and Cathy Ostarchvic of Salem.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory, strapless, A-line, sweetheart neckline gown embellished with crystals, beads and sequins. The skirt was detailed with the same embellishments. She also wore a fingertip-length veil with embellishments matching the gown. Her bouquet was comprised of roses and hyperion berries.
Wearing burnt orange, strapless, A-line gowns with ivory sashes were maid of honor, Paige Nofsinger, and bridesmaids, Denise Meliji, Andrea Weaver and Jennifer McGruder. They carried bouquets of roses and hyperion berries.
The flower girl, Marin Ostarchvic, wore a dress similar to the bride's and also carried a bouquet similar to the bride's.
Ringbearers were Brant and Cade Herman.
Serving as best men were Brian Ostarchvic and Jamie Ostarchvic.
Groomsmen Scott Sprunger and Josh Bouchard. Ushers were Brad Herman and Sam Bake.
Guest book attendants were Stacey Atherton and Stacey Johnson.
The bride received a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and is employed as a calf and heifer specialist with Town and Country Coop.
The bridegroom graduated from Salem High School and is employed by Raygor Farms.
Following a honeymoon to Hawaii the couple is residing in Kidron.