OIL CITY, Pa. - Mandy Meredith Elick became the bride of Mark Andrew Riegler May 30 in a 4:30 p.m. double-ring ceremony officiated by Pastor Bruce Davis at Trinity United Methodist Church, Oil City, Pa.
The bride is the daughter of Mark and Candy Elick, East Palestine.
The groom is the son of Bruce and Sue Riegler, Medina.
Mandy and Mark Riegler
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a full-length strapless ivory gown with the neckline and waistline embellished with bugle beads, sequins and crystals. The same beading highlighted the bottom of the dress along with the cathedral length detachable train. She also wore a flower crystal headband with an attached veil trimmed in crystals. She carried a hand-held bouquet of lavender roses accented with ivory waxflower.
Nicole Elick, sister-in law of bride, served as matron of honor, in a floor-length strapless Victorian lilac gown. Flower girl was Sydney Bako, niece of the bride.
Matthew Riegler, brother of groom served as the best man. Tanner Elick, nephew of bride, served as junior groomsman. Zane Elick, nephew of the bride, served as ring bearer, and Mark Elick, brother of the bride, served as an usher.
Following the ceremony guests attended a reception at Cross Creek Resort, Titusville, Pa.
The couple honeymooned in Antigua, West Indies and currently reside in Medina.
The bride is employed by Medina City Schools as an interventions specialist at Heritage Elementary School.
The groom is a revenue management analyst for UPS, Cleveland.