Megan Lynne Sponcil and Christopher William Kline were united in marriage on June 16 at East Fairfield United Methodist Church in New Waterford.
The bride is the daughter of Marge Sponcil of New Waterford and the late Gary Sponcil.
The bridegroom is the son of Carl and Pamela Kline of East Palestine.
Pastor Michael Namy officiated at the 3:30 p.m. ceremony.
Escorted by her mother, the bride wore an ivory strapless fitted drop waist ball gown with asymmetrical ruffles leading to a cathedral train. She wore a birdcage veil accented with an organza and crystal fascinator and carried a bouquet of pink peonies, white daises, and brooches given to the bride by her family and friends.
Amy Shaffer of Ashland, the bride's sister, served as matron of honor in a dark pink gown. Nadine Nash of Columbus served as maid of honor in a dark teal gown. In matching gowns were bridesmaids, Erin Lanney of Columbiana, Stacie Kissel of Pittsburgh, and Carly Kline of East Palestine and Jamie Hostetter of Columbiana, the bridegroom's sisters. The flower girl was Isabel Krieg, the bride's cousin.
Performing the duties of best man was Shawn McCauley of Salem. Groomsmen were Pat Figley, Travis Newman, Rick Arthur, Travis Foreman, all of East Palestine, and John Kline of East Palestine, the bridegroom's brother. The ringbearer was Liam McCauley.
A reception for approximately 250 guests followed at the Salem Golf Club.
The bride is a 2005 Crestview High School graduate, a 2007 graduate of Casal Aveda Institute, and a 2011 Youngstown State University graduate where she earned a degree in family studies. She is employed as a licensed aesthetician at Advanced Dermatology in Boardman.
The bridegroom graduated from East Palestine High School in 2005 and is currently employed at Tabor's Landscape and Garden Center in North Lima.
After a honeymoon trip to Las Vegas, the couple resides in Salem.