MICHELLE BAGNULLRODNEY SMITH
BOARDMAN -- Western Reserve Baptist Church was the setting at 2 p.m. Dec. 15 for the wedding of Michelle Lea Bagnull and Rodney Scott Smith, both of 44 Halls Heights Ave., Youngstown.
The Rev. James Unger presided at the ceremony for the daughter of William and Patricia Bagnull, 4261 Selkirk Ave., and the son of Ms. Sue Webster, 504 Forest Hill Drive.
After accepting congratulations during a reception at Willow Creek in Girard, the couple left for a honeymoon in the Pocono Mountains.
They live at the Halls Heights address.
The bride wore a princess-style A-line gown designed with a scooped neckline, long sleeves and a cathedral train. The fitted bodice was embellished with beaded lace appliques.
Alternating burgundy and hunter green gowns were worn by the honor attendants, Kimberly Labedz, the bride's sister, and Toni Edwards, and the bridesmaids, Christine Adam, Doreen Arndt, Nicole Adam and Stephanie Buck. Flower girls were Krystle Arndt and the groom's niece, Kory Webster.
Serving as best man was the groom's brother, Phil Webster, and groomsmen were Tim Webster, also his brother; Jason Allen, his cousin; Christopher Labedz, the bride's brother-in-law; and Chris and John Corey, her cousins. Ring bearer was Eric Edwards.
The bride is a customer-service representative with National City Bank, Youngstown.
The groom is a salesman with Home Improvement in Youngstown.