First Unitarian Universalist Church provided the setting for the Oct. 20 wedding of Debra Ann Arbogast and Michael Allen Fette, both of Niles. The Rev. Dr. Mark Bernard officiated at the 11 a.m. ceremony.
A reception was held at The Victorian Ballroom in Niles.
The parents of the couple are Judith Lepke of Niles and Richard and Michaelena Fette of Brookfield. Father of the bride, Forrest Leight, is deceased.
After a wedding trip to Pocono Mountain Resorts, the couple reside in Niles.
The bride wore a custom handmade ivory satin ballgown with a sweetheart neckline embellished with embroidery, sequins and crystals.
Cathy Rogers was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Danielle Lake, and Kristy and Miranda Globe. Calie Ronci and Autumn Vanek were flower girls. The attendants wore royal purple gowns with silver accents.
The groom’s son, Jason Fette, performed the duties of best man. Groomsmen were John Wells, the bride’s son; Brian Fette, the groom’s son; and David Globe. Twin sons of the bride, Dane and Wade Arbogast, were the ring bearers.
Ushers were Brandon Cox, the bride’s nephew, and Matthew Wells, the bride’s son.
The bride graduated from Sullivan County Board of Cooperative Education Services, where she studied nursing.
The groom received training in phlebotomy from Trumbull County Career and Technical Center. He is a phlebotomist and lab technician for St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown.