Kimberly Nichole Stryffeler and Daniel Lee Freet Jr. were united in marriage on March 30 at the Tri-County Church of Christ in Beloit.
The bride is the daughter of Shane and Diana Earl of Salem and Jeffrey and Theresa Stryffeler of Missouri.
The bridegroom's parents are Dan and Linda Freet of Salem.
Pastor Terry Kirsch officiated at the couple's double-ring ceremony.
Escorted by her father and given in marriage by her family, the bride wore a white strapless satin pick-up ball gown accented with a purple rhinestone-beaded sash. Complimenting her gown and the theme of the wedding, the bride carried a bouquet of spring and Easter flowers. She also wore a rhinestone necklace and bracelet belonging to her grandmother.
Josh Kniseley of Salem, served as the man of honor.
Bridesmaids, wearing chiffon knee-length dresses in canary, coral and Malibu, respectively, were Julie Freet of Sebring, the bridegroom's sister-in law; Mel Kuntzman of Alliance; and Adrienne Barchus of Salem.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of roses matching their dresses.
The flower girl was the bridegroom's niece, Nikki Freet.
Sean Edie of Sebring served as best man.
Groomsmen were Nick Freet of Sebring and Scott Freet of Salem, the bridegroom's brothers; Andy Way of Salem, the bride's brother; and Jonah McIntosh of Salem.
The ring bearer was Wyatt Freet, the bridegroom's nephew.
Approximately 130 guests attended the reception held at A La Cart Catering in Canfield.
The bride and bridegroom are both graduates of West Branch High School. She is also a graduate from the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center and is employed at Salem Subway.
Mr. Freet is employed by AVI at the University of Mount Union.
The couple honeymooned in Florida and reside in Salem.