Kelsey Christine Lyle exchanges vows with Terry Michael Canonge
Kelsey Christine Lyle became the bride of Terry Michael Canonge on Sept. 26 at Christian Assembly Church in Industry, Pa.
The bride is the daughter of Cindy and Joseph Lyle II of Wellsville.
The bridegroom is the son of Terry and Michelle Canonge of St. Petersburg, Fla., formerly of Hopewell, Pa.
Pastor Bill Anzevino officiated at the 4 p.m. double-ring ceremony.
The bride, escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, wore an ivory mermaid gown delicately embroidered featuring Alencon lace accented with sparkling silver and crystal Diamante beading. The gown featured a high illusion and scrolled lace neckline over a sweetheart bodice with a low sheer buttoned back. The full flowing skirt and cathedral train were beautifully edged with intricate lace detail. The single-layer fingertip length ivory veil was edged in a double row of rhinestones and crystals.
She carried a bouquet of black magic roses, red hydrangeas, eggplant miniature calla lilies, deep red alstroemerias, long leaf seeded eucalyptus, wine dahlias, red anemones, and deep red tulips with stems wrapped in an ivory satin ribbon accented by a crystal vintage brooch.
Aubrey “Rose” Carr, matron of honor and Marie Traina, maid of honor, both of Wellsville, wore matching black and ivory iridescent chiffon sweetheart shirred waist “fit and flare” gowns accented with side beading detail.
In matching gowns were bridesmaids, Shannon Davis, Wellsville of Justina Saling of Rochester Pa., and Kaitlyn (Lyle) Barcus of Wellsville, the bride’s cousin.
Flower girls were Alyssa Lane of Wellsville and Bella Armbruster of St. Petersburg, Fla., the bridegroom’s niece.
Steve Anskate of Washington Pa., performed the duties of the best man.
Groomsmen were Jason Catley of Center Township, Pa., Brandon Bernola of Imperial, Pa., Johnny Massoud of Columbus and Landon Lyle of Wellsville, the bride’s brother.
The ring bearer was Joey Lucas of Wellsville, a relative of the bride.
Rose Lopez of Boardman and Jill Fabry of Lowellville greeted guests and provided programs for the ceremony.
Approximately 275 guests attended the reception held at Antone’s Banquet Center in Boardman following the wedding.
The bride has a bachelor’s of science degree in nursing. She is a registered nurse at Akron Children’s Hospital.
The bridegroom is the transportation supervisor for McKesson Medical-Surgical Services in Leetsdale, Pa.
The couple resides in East Palestine.