Kathryn (Kassie) Snodgrass Dyke and Robert Rosse were married on Aug. 7 on the lawn of Betty and Bob Belding's home in Columbiana.
Truly a family affair with four generations in the wedding party, the bride's 94-year-old father, Frank Snodgrass, walked her through the arbor, while her son, Paul Dyke, performed the marriage ceremony.
Her grandson, Seth Dyke, carried the wedding rings. Standing up for the bride and bridegroom were the bride's sister, Donna, and her husband, Ted Rupert.
Brenda Luggie sang "At Last" before friends and family. All the wedding party's flowers, as well as the ferns for the arbor and the flower arrangements for the tables, were provided by her sister, Betty.
The bride is the daughter of the late Betty Snodgrass.
An evening of dinner and dancing followed on the patio for their 40 relatives in attendance.
Following their honeymoon to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, the couple will reside in Teeterville, Ontario, Canada.
The rehearsal dinner was held at the Columbiana American Legion.