YOUNGSTOWN -- Amy Diane Allsopp and Anthony Richard Daprile, both of 510 Deer Run Drive, exchanged nuptial vows at 1 p.m. Oct. 20 at St. Brendan Church.
The marriage was solemnized by the Rev. James Daprile, and the couple accepted congratulations during a reception at Leo's Ristorant & eacute; in Howland before leaving for a honeymoon in Aruba.
The daughter of Thomas Jr. and Patricia Allsopp, 7279 North Lima Road, Poland, and the son of Terrence and Jacquelyn Daprile, 666 Oakridge Drive, live at the Deer Run Drive address.
Fashioned of matt & eacute; satin and overlaid with antique lace embellished with rum pink florets and pearls, the bride's A-line gown featured a tank-style bodice and sweep train.
Golden sage gowns were worn by Amy Gough, the honor attendant, and the bridesmaids, Stacy Allsopp, Suzanne Slifka, Natalie Daprile and Dana Heid. Flower girl was Emily Jones.
Serving as best man was Dominic Daprile, and groomsmen were John Allsopp, Chris Walsh, Gary Knittle and David Farragher. Ring bearer was Stephen Daprile, and ushers were Matthew Allsopp, Brian Allsopp and Chris Benton.
The bride is a teacher at Western Reserve High School in Berlin Center. She graduated from Youngstown State University with a degree in education.
The groom holds a bachelor's degree in business/finance from YSU and is in sales and service with Alltel Communications, Niles.

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