Amanda Leigh Gittings of Poland and Andrew Corey Colegrove of Ironton, Ohio, exchanged wedding vows May 17 at St. Christine Church.
The Rev. Thomas Nau and the Rev. John Keehner officiated at the 5:30 p.m. ceremony.
A reception followed at the Embassy in Boardman.
The bride, whose parents are L. Alan and Janet Gittings of Poland, graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor’s degree in fashion merchandise. She is a homemaker.
Her groom, the son of James and Rhonda Colegrove of Ironton, also graduated from YSU, with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. He is an emergency room nurse at St. Mary Medical Center in Huntington, W.Va.
After a wedding trip to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the couple reside in Ironton.
The bride wore a white strapless gown with a ruched sweetheart bodice and dropped waistline with Chantilly lace appliques.
It was completed with an organza ruffled skirt and satin sash adorned with rhinestones.
She also wore a white satin crystal garland headband.
Julia Johnston was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Brittany Delahunty; Victoria Valentini; Katie Gentile; Adele Wright; Sarah Smith; Hannah Ferguson, the groom’s cousin; Alexis Bucci; and Jenna Susany.
The groom’s niece Haleigh Colegrove was the flower girl.
The attendants wore blossom pink gowns.
The brother of the groom Jay Colgrove was best man. Groomsmen were Adam Ferguson, the groom’s cousin; Michael Preston; Nick Waugh; Justin Gittings, the bride’s brother; Chad Carty; Ed Colgrove, the groom’s cousin; Kyle Brown; and John Paul Pemberton.
Paolo Papalia was the ring bearer.