EAST LIVERPOOL - Jaclyn Ann Kelly became the bride of John Scott Russell on June 26 at Beaver Creek State Park.
The bride is the daughter of Dirk and Peggy Kelly, Lisbon.
The groom is the son of Marie and Tucker Russell, Irondale.
John and Jaclyn Russell
Pastor Derek Marotta performed the ceremony.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a long white lace dress handed down by her mother. The dress featured long lace sleeves, beads, sequins, and lavender sash. She also wore a silver broach owned by her great-grandmother Olive Cooks. Her lace veil was accented with sequins and beads. She carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas, white tulips, and lavender sprigs.
Serving as maid of honor in a short lavender gown with ivory sash was Kimberly Kelly, Lisbon. In matching gowns featuring charcoal sashes were bridesmaids Amanda Palmer and Adianna Coleman, both of Rogers. Flower girl was Hannah Kelly, Wellsville.
Performing the duties of best man was David Russell, Irondale. Groomsmen were Justin Kelly, Lisbon; and Tyler Kelly, Wellsville. Ring bearer was Nicholas Springer, Steubenville.
A reception for 60 people was held at Inverness Hall, Highlandtown.
The couple reside in Lisbon.
The bride is a graduate of Beaver Local High School and Columbiana County Career and Technical Center. She is employed as a dog groomer.
The groom is a graduate of Edison Local High School and Jefferson County Joint Vocational School. He is employed at Seafort Mineral, East Liverpool.