Rosemary Blackburn-Smith and Timothy Kellison were united in marriage on Dec. 13 at First Congregational Church in Columbus.
The bride is the daughter of Jefferson and Denise Blackburn-Smith of Columbus. The bridegroom's parents are Terry and Tonyea Kellison of Salem.
The Rev. Timothy Ahrens officiated at the ceremony. Organist Marti Rideout provided the music.
The bride chose a diamond white strapless taffeta gown which featured a ruched bodice with beaded lace accents, along with a cathedral veil. She carried a bouquet of red amaryllis, roses, and hypericum berries.
Erin Blackburn-Smith of Columbus, served her sister as maid of honor in a taupe gown. In matching gowns were bridesmaids Juliana Crist of Cleveland, Julie Kohus of Columbus and Rukku Singla of Ann Arbor, Mich.
Ryan Kellison of Salem, the bridegroom's brother, performed the duties of best man. Groomsmen were Galen Blackburn-Smith of Columbus, the bride's brother; Brian D'Amico of Cincinnati and David Rill, Columbus.
A reception for 100 guests was held at The Columbus Athenaeum. The rehearsal dinner was held at Spaghetti Warehouse.
After a honeymoon to the Big Island, Hawaii, the newlyweds reside in Tallahassee, Fla., where they are currently graduate students at Florida State University.