The Locust Grove Baptist Church in Greenford was the site of the summer wedding of Connie L. Milhoan and Melvin L. Howard on July 18.
The bride is the daughter of William and Nancy Milhoan of 9453 South Range Road, Salem. The bridegroom's parents are the late Melvin and Ester Howard.
The ceremony was performed a double ring ceremony performed by Pastor Bob Noble at 12 p.m.
The bride chose a strapless ivory gown with Victorian purple trim and sequins. She was escorted down the isle and given in marriage by her father. She carried a bouquet of ivory, purple, and blue roses.
Elizabeth Curran, the bride's daughter, was the maid of honor. Jerika Milhoan, the bride's niece, was the flower girl.
Michael Howard, the bridegroom's son, served as the best man. Ushers included Joey Potts and Joshua Heacock of Salem.
Payton Goft of Salem, the bridegroom's nephew, was the ring bearer.
Approximately 100 guests attended the reception at Stoneridge Terrace in Salem.
The newlyweds honeymooned in a Breezewood Cabin in East Rochester.
The bride is currently attending school for STNA at Kent State University, Salem campus.
The bridegroom is a machinist at PTC Alliance in Beaver Falls, Pa. He graduated in 1975 from United High School and also is a 1985 Salem Trades graduate.