Victoria L. Altomare exchanges vows with Joshua C. Foor
The Alliance Country Club in Alliance was the setting for the outdoor ceremony and reception on June 24 uniting the lives of Victoria L. Altomare and Joshua C. Foor. The couple recited their vows in a late morning, double-ring ceremony with the Rev. Bruce Rhodes Jr. officiating.
Nuptial music was provided by the Alliance String Quartet.
The bride is the daughter of Richard and Connie Altomare of Salem. Her husband is the son of Cheri Foor and Tab and Darla Shaffer, all of Salem.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride was attired in a strapless, slipper-length mermaid styled gown of white lace and jeweled appliques along the top of the bodice. She wore a cathedral-length train and carried a broche bouquet that she made.
Wearing slipper-length gowns of burgundy and carrying a Bacardi rose attached to a white feather were the bride’s attendants, Mindy Stalder of Salem as maid of honor; and bridesmaids, Samantha Geary of Salem, the bride’s cousin; and Caroline Kovac of Rochester, N.Y.
Kori Geary of East Liverpool, the bride’s cousin, was the program attendant.
Alan Shaffer, the bridegroom’s brother, served as best man.
Groomsmen were Nick Getsy of Boardman and Ethan Altomare of Salem, the bride’s brother.
A reception followed in the ballroom at the clubhouse.
The newlyweds received the congratulations of 120 guests.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Foor spent their honeymoon in Jamaica and are residing in San Antonio, Texas.