Amanda Daliman and Neale Booth exchanged vows July 6 at St. Michael Church with the Rev. Terry Hazel officiating at the 2 p.m. ceremony. A reception followed at The Lake Club in Poland.
John and Jean Daliman of Canfield are the parents of the bride. The parents of the groom are Daniel and Carol Booth of Youngstown.
The bride wore a white strapless gown featuring a sweetheart neckline adorned with Swarovski crystal applique.
Sisters of the bride Amy and Lauren Daliman were her honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Brooke Carrabbia, cousin of the bride; Amanda Day; Sarah Clark; and Nora Trimboli. Isabella Trimboli was flower girl.
The attendants wore coral and blue gowns.
Daniel Martins and Rob Chiarello shared the duties of best man. Groomsmen were Perry Booth, the groom’s cousin; Anthony Maldonado; Michael Gallagher; and George Valingo. The bride’s godson Zion Day was ring bearer. Ushers were Spencer Booth and Kevin Papa, the groom’s cousins.
The bride is a graduate of Ohio State University, where she earned a degree in human ecology. She also earned a bachelor’s degree in integrated mathematics from Youngstown State University and is a math teacher at East Palestine High School.
Her husband earned a bachelor’s degree in music business from Full Sail University. He works as a sales representative for Winkle Electric in Youngstown.
After a wedding trip to St. Lucia in the Caribbean, the couple reside in Struthers.