COLUMBIANA - Chelsea Leigh Kapp became the bride of Gerard Lee Grimm on Sept. 17, at the St. James Meeting House in Boardman.
The bride is the daughter of Walton Kapp, Columbiana.
The groom is the son of Gary and Beverly Grimm, Columbiana.
Chelsea and Gerald Grimm
Pastor Ed Heppe officiated the 4 p.m. ceremony with featured prelude and wedding music by accompanist Robbie Casten.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her family, the bride wore a beaded ivory strapless gown with floral lace and sequined bodice. The skirt featured cascading organza ruffles. She carried a bouquet of ivory and coolwater roses with crystal accents.
Jennifer Corey, also stood for her sister. Liz Hutson, Columbus, served as maid of honor in a floor length gown of eggplant purple. In matching gowns were bridesmaids, Caitlin Kimble, Chelsie Giambrone, Megan Kapp, niece of bride; Jenna Richter and Jena Martin, friend of bride.
Stephen Grimm, Columbiana, brother of groom, performed the duties of the best man. Groomsmen were Andy Kimble, Josh Kistler, Sean Kapp, brother of the bride; Eric Ostrander and Grant Spaite.
A scripture reading was done by Herman Miller, friend groom.
Staci Solvesky and Jack and Mathew Corey, nephews of bride, handed out the programs and bubbles.
A reception, attended by approximately 200 guests, was held at The Georgetown in Boardman.
After a honeymoon trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica, the couple will reside in Columbiana.