YOUNGSTOWN -Lindsay Pennell Mitchell became the bride of Edward Anthony Czopur on April 24 during a wedding ceremony at St. Columba Cathedral.
The bride is the daughter of Richard and Karen Mitchell, East Palestine.
The groom is the son of Edward and Linda Czopur, Canfield.
Lindsay and Edward Czopur
The Rev. Nicholas Shori officiated the 2 p.m. Mass ceremony.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a strapless ball gown dress of white taffeta. The dress featured an embellished beaded bodice, corset enclosure, and grand bustles draping throughout the full A-line skirt. She carried a bouquet of white lilies, pearl stephanotis, and Eskimo roses.
Johanna George served as honor attendant in a honeydew green, full-length gown.
In matching gowns were bridesmaids Melanie Gaffney, sister of the groom, Nicholette Ledford, Allison Short, Abigail Ward and Maggie Wengerd. Mia Gaffney, niece of the groom, served as flower girl.
Performing the duties of best man was Josh Wolk. Groomsmen were Bill Coates, Ryan Csepeggi, David Gaffney, brother-in-law of the groom, Jason Mitchell, brother of the bride, and Chris Patrone.
Ring bearer was Lucas Archibald, cousin of the bride.
A reception for approximately 400 guests followed at Mr. Anthony's, Boardman.
The bride graduated from Otterbein College, Columbus, with a bachelor's degree in public relations. She is a communications coordinator at Turning Technologies, Youngstown.
The groom earned his juris doctorate from The University of Akron School of Law. He is an associate attorney at DeGenova & Yarwood, Ltd., Youngstown.
Following a honeymoon to Punta Cana, the couple reside in Boardman.