The First United Methodist Church was the site of the spring wedding of Michelle Crook and Tony Meyer. The Rev. Ken Kelley officiated during the couple's double-ring ceremony at 2:30 p.m.
The bride is the daughter of Joann Smith of Leetonia and David Crook of New Waterford. The bridegroom is the son of Ora Manley of Nashville, Tenn.
The bride was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents. She appeared in a white satin halter A-line gown with beaded lace applique and cut-out-lace hem, with a chapel train. She carried a cascading bouquet of white roses, white tiger lilies, blue delphiniums and ivy. She also carried a lace handkerchief that has been carried by brides in her maternal grandmother's family for over seven generations.
Ashley Kelm was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Heather Tollis of Parma Heights and Ashley DaLonzo of Erie, Pa., the bride's cousin. Katelyn Crowl of Columbiana, also her cousin, served as the bride's personal attendant.
Bridesmaids were attired in floor-length black dresses of different styles and carried similar bouquets of white roses, white tiger lilies, and blue delphiniums.
Martin Blaes Jr. of Murfreesboro, Tenn., served as the best man. Mike Crook of Columbiana, the bride's brother, served as groomsman.
Ushers included Alex Crowl of Solon, Brandon and Zachary DaLonzo of Cranberry Township, Pa., and Kenne Peterson of Canton, all cousins of the bride.
Greeters were Meagan, Sarah and Rachel Crowl of Solon. Amanda Crowl of Columbiana read I Corinthians 13 from the Bible. Brandon DaLonzo read a poem he wrote especially for the bride and bridegroom. They are all cousins of the bride.
Approximately 120 guests attended the reception at the Dutch Village Inn in Columbiana. Grandparents present were Ken and Suzanne Crowl of Columbiana, Robert and Kay Crook of New Waterford and Marcella Manley of Ashville, N.C.
The bride is a 2002 graduate of Columbiana High School and a 2006 graduate of Youngstown State University with a degree in electrical engineering. She is currently employed at ABB in Wickliffe as systems engineer II.
The bridegroom, a 2002 graduate of McGavock High School in Nashville, Tenn., is currently attending Lakeland Community College in Kirtland studying internet programming.
Following a honeymoon cruise in the Western Caribbean the couple resides in Willoughby.