The bride is the daughter of Cindy and Gary Clark and David Stonemetz, all of East Palestine.
The groom is the son of Carlos Mora and Maria Adilia Jimenez, San Jose, Costa Rica.
The Arenal Volcano served as a backdrop for the ceremony performed in Spanish and English by Atty. Sandra Saborio in the gardens of the Arenal Kioro Resort and Spa. Nuptial music was provided by Willi Benavides. Elvie Rodriguez, sister-in-law of the groom, presented a special reading.
The bride wore an ivory strapless Jasmine gown with platinum embroidery, crystal beading and layers of netting at the hemline.
She carried a bouquet of tangerine and white roses.
Ashley Mackall, Charlottesville, Va., served as matron of honor for sister in a scarlet tea-length dress.
In matching dresses were bridesmaids, Kristy Hunston, New York, N.Y., Caroline Wilson, Hawaii, and Christy Ross, New Waterford.
Flower girl was Monica Mora, niece of the groom.
Luis and Roberto Mora, San Jose, performed the duties of best man for their brother.
Ring bearer was Jorge Mora, nephew of the groom.
A reception for 45 followed in the Kioro banquet room of the resort.
A dinner was held March 28 at the Paraiso Resort in La Fortuna. The parents of the bride will also host a reception for the couple May 3 at the East Palestine Country Club.
The bride is a 1995 graduate of East Palestine High School and a 1999 graduate of Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. She is the owner of The Photography Warehouse in Cleveland.
The groom graduated from the University of Costa Rica in 1993. He is employed as a computer consultant for Socius in Brecksville.
After a honeymoon trip on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica the couple reside in Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio Mora