Aeren Michele Deeter exchanges vows with Boe William Endicott
Aeren Michele Deeter and Boe William Endicott were united in marriage on Sept. 24 at the Western Reserve United Methodist Church.
Pastor Russ Adams officiated at the couple’s double-ring ceremony at 3 p.m. Nuptial music was provided by Jennifer Mosher on the organ.
The bride is the daughter of Wayne and Denise Deeter of 2045 Thurber Lane, Youngstown.
The bridegroom’s parents are Boe and Tammy Endicott of 647 E. Pine Lake Road, Salem.
Carrying a cascading teardrop bouquet of stargazers with white, blue and purple orchids, the bride appeared in a Galina Signature strapless gown in organza. Her gown featured a sweetheart neckline, beaded waist band, chapel-length train and ruffles.
Brittney McBride of Salem was the matron of honor and Christina Vitullo was the maid of honor.
Bridesmaids included Chantelle Endicott, the bridegroom’s sister; Autumn Bell and Ashley Amrich.
Ella Ozenghar, the bridegroom’s cousin, was the flower girl.
Shane Endicott, the bridegroom’s brother, and Mason Schmidt served as best men.
Groomsmen included Ryan Holliday, Jon Poplo and David Deeter, the bride’s brother.
Approximately 200 guests attended the reception at Ciminero’s Banquet Centre in Niles.
Following a honeymoon to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple resides in Youngstown.
The bride is a licensed practical nurse at the VA Medical Center in Butler, Pa.
The bridegroom, a heavy equipment operator, is employed at Mortimer’s Excavating in Pulaski, Pa.