Elizabeth Ann Cole and Nathan Paul Wirick exchanged wedding vows on Sept. 25 in the rose garden at the Mooreland Mansion in Kirtland.
The bride is the daughter of Robert and Lu Ann (Limestahl) Cole of Salem. The bridegroom's mother is Bonnie Wirick of Canton.
Dr. Nick Mager officiated the couple's double-ring ceremony. Music was provided by a brass quintet comprised of Andrew Schuller, Susan Sexton, Jennifer Howenstine Mollenkopf, Rebecca Howenstine Ciabitarri, and Willian Ciabitarri. Several of the musical selections were special arrangements prepared by the bride's father.
The bride was escorted and presented in marriage by her father. She appeared in a Maggie Sottero gown of Vienna cream taffeta with rushing and embellished beading. The back featured a full corset finished with a chapel train and she wore a beaded fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of hydrangeas, roses and calla lilies wrapped in satin ribbon and adorned with a broach belonging to her grandmother, Virginia Limestahl.
The bridal party consisted of Kelly Przygocki, maid of honor, and bridesmaids Jennifer Fawcett Geissler, Sheila Boyd and the couple's sister-in-law, Channa Wirick. They wore chocolate brown and black taffeta gowns with matching bolero jackets. Their bouquets were similar to the bride's.
Justin Wirick served as his brother's best man. Groomsmen included Kevin Kohman, Fred Saylor, Jeremy Flack and Nicholas Link.
The reception began with the cocktail hour during which music was provided by Gary and Cheryl Kekel. Out-of-state guests attending the wedding celebration came from Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.
The couple honeymooned on St. Thomas, Virgin Islands and reside in Richmond Heights where they are employed as a registered nurse and pharmacist by the Cleveland Clinic Health System.