SALEM - Kristy Marie Wilson became the bride of Nicholas John Rothbrust on July 3 at the Salem Saxon Club.
The bride is the daughter of Brenda and Lynn Schmidt, and William and Diana Wilson, all of Salem.
The groom is the son of Melissa and Kevin Corfee, and John and Marie Rothbrust, all of Salem.
Kristy and Nicholas Rothbrust
James McDermott, Marysville, performed the 4:30 p.m. double ring ceremony. Guitarist was Scott Nimon, cousin of the groom, Westland, Mich.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a strapless matte white satin A-line gown with vertical pleating at the sweetheart bust with a black satin pleated waist band with broach like glimmer detail. She wore a one tier ribbon edged shoulder length veil and carried a bouquet of Caribbean blue silk daisies with white silk flowers and white beads tied with a black satin ribbon. She also wore a silver id bracelet belonging to her late grandmother Margaret Fluharty.
Serving as maid of honor in a strapless black satin knee length gown was Kelly Semple, Warren. In matching gowns were Linda January, New York, N.Y.; and Shannon Vahalik, Cuyahoga Falls. Flower girls were Sydney and Olivia Nimon, cousins of the groom, Westland, Mich.; and Emily and Kelly Humphreys, nieces of the bride, Salem. The flower girls dresses were sewn and designed by the bride's mother.
Performing the duties of best man was Paul Rothbrust, uncle of the groom, Salem. Groomsmen were Mike Hughes, brother of the groom, and Jay Lutz, both of Salem.
A reception for 180 people followed at the Saxon Club. Lisa Ayers, Columbus, was the guest book attendant. Special guests were Harold and Gail Diehl, Paul and Anneliese Rothbrust, grandparents of the groom; and Dixie Wilson, grandmother of the bride.
Following a honeymoon to Sturgis, S.D., the couple reside in Marysville.
The bride is a graduate of United High School and earned a bachelor's degree from Kent State University. She is currently pursuing a master's degree at Marygrove College and is employed as an elementary art teacher at Whitehall City Schools.
The groom is a graduate of Salem High School and earned an associate's degree from Bradford School. He is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree from Columbus State and is employed as a district technical specialist with Oce North America.
The rehearsal dinner was held at the Saxon Club.